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What to see on the G.C. 05/3 - 12/03

Explore the Most Current Happenings in the Creative Arts Scene on the Gold Coast and in Northern NSW here on "What to See on the GC blog" – the perfect companion to the podcast – to stay informed about the latest events and productions within the Gold Coast Theatre Alliance membership. Get the inside scoop on what's happening in the world of creative arts.

Hinterland & Scenic Rim

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Get inspired by the captivating images from Buttery Smooth Images and consider booking tickets for Javeenbah Theatres' rehearsed play reading of "Constellations" by Nick Payne on Friday, March 8th, and Saturday, March 9th.

Embark on a journey to Nerang and witness two talented actors explore the unique connection between beekeeper Roland and physicist Marianne. Experience the various possibilities of their love story through the manipulation of time and space. Reserve your spot now by clicking here.

Additionally, remember that auditions for "Picnic at Hanging Rock" on Saturday, March 9th at 10 am.

This intriguing play, inspired by Joan Lindsay's bestselling novel, delves into a mysterious disappearance that impacts a serene Australian countryside community.

To sign up, click here.


This weekend at Tamborine Mountain Little Theatre, catch the performances of Talking Heads - Nights in the Gardens of Spain & The Hand of God, both written by Alan Bennett and directed by Lesley Sawyer.

  • "Nights in the Gardens of Spain" delves into themes of domestic violence, offering a poignant story about Rosemary Horrocks and her transformative friendship with a neighbour escaping an abusive marriage, portrayed by Cath Buckley.

  • In "The Hand of God," Lawrence, an antique dealer, finds his schemes unravelling as he tries to befriend an elderly neighbour to acquire their antiques, with Brendan Payne in a captivating role.

Shows kick off at 7:30pm on Friday and Saturday nights. If you prefer a daytime experience, catch the Sunday show at 2:30pm in Tamborine. Secure your tickets online here.

Additionally, auditions for the play "Family Values" will be held on March 12th at 7.30pm at Zamia. The production is seeking 5 females aged 20 to 70 and 1 male around 40. For more information on the play and audition excerpts, click here.


Gold Coast Philharmonic Orchestra are excited to announce their collaboration with CSi Club Southport. Symphony in the Sky is an elegant fundraising event combining a sophisticated dinner with a captivating live orchestral performance by the Gold Coast Philharmonic Orchestra. Set on the rooftop and against the stunning backdrop of the Gold Coast skyline, this black-tie affair aims to raise awareness and support for The Gold Coast Centre Against Sexual Violence, while offering attendees an exquisite three-course meal, drinks package*, and a mesmerizing musical experience.

So come and enjoy a brilliant mix of repertoire from Bond, Beatles, Beethoven and more. For tickets click here.

Check out this video from the Gold Coast City Choir rehearsing Amazing Grace, there's more than one arrangement. If you want to know more about joining them visit the link here

Watch this video of the Gold Coast City Choir rehearsing different arrangements of Amazing Grace. If you're interested in joining them, find more information by visiting here.

Gold Coast Little Theatre recently hosted their annual Dolphins Awards at the theatre last Saturday.

The event highlighted the accomplishments of the past year and the sense of belonging within the GCLT family.

Congratulations to all the award recipients and check out their Facebook page to see more!



Step into a magical world with "12 Dancing Princesses" this weekend, Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th, at Tweed Theatre Company. Enjoy this locally created Children's Pantomime that promises to enchant audiences of all ages. Bring your family and loved ones along for a delightful outing filled with laughter, wonder, and the joy of live theatre. For tickets click here.


Murwillumbah Theatre Company is hosting auditions on Tuesday, March 19th at 7 pm for their second play of the year, "Cosi" by Louis Nowra, at Murwillumbah Civic Centre Auditorium.

They are seeking 7 male and 4 female actors ranging from late teens to 70s. Except for Lewis, the Director, and Justin, the social worker, all characters are patients in a mental institution. Additionally, backstage crew, sound and light technicians, as well as volunteers for set and costume design, may be needed. Rehearsals will be held two evenings a week and some weekends leading up to the opening.

The show will run three times a week from May 31 to June 16. For more details, please contact the Director, Bryanne Jardine, at 0402 052 160.

Also don't miss the sci-fi production of "The Man from Earth" this Friday, March 8th at 7:30pm. Enjoy cabaret-style seating (choose your table when booking) and the option to bring your own food and drinks, including alcohol. Snacks, tea, and coffee will be available at the canteen. The season continues until Sunday, March 24th at 2 pm.

Book your tickets online at the Box Office or through the booking link, and also at the venue's entrance. If you encounter any issues booking online, assistance is just a phone call away at 0498 831 575.


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