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What to see on the G.C. 20.09.23

Discover the Latest in the Creative Arts Scene of the Gold Coast and Northern NSW through “What to See on the GC” – a podcast that provides informative insights on the newest events and productions within the Gold Coast Theatre Alliance membership.

Please note that our website is currently undergoing some changes, but we’re aiming to have it fully completed by November.

Looking for an unforgettable family outing? Then don't miss Javeenbah Theatre's latest production of Sherwood: The Legend of Robin Hood, opening this week in the Hinterland Region of the Gold Coast. This reimagined classic tale of Robin Hood will have you on the edge of your seats with daring heists and a dash of romance. Visit

to purchase your tickets and keep an eye out on their Facebook for updates.

Meanwhile, Javeenbah's November production of Falsettos will take an abstract and Brechtian approach, with a simple lighting design that is perfect for anyone wanting to learn the basics of stage lighting or an experienced technician looking for an easy gig. If you're interested, contact Javeenbah at

And if you're in the mood for some thought-provoking theatre, Tamborine Mountain Little Theatre presents God of Carnage at the Zamia Theatre. Book your tickets now through TryBooking or simply scan the QR code on their Facebook post. This production explores what happens when two sets of parents meet to discuss their sons' altercation at a public park. Will they be able to keep their discussion civilized? Don't miss out!

Gold Coast Little Theatre's pub rock show, STILL STANDING, is wowing audiences so don’t miss you chance to see the show with a soundtrack of ‘80s Australian rock from INXS, Cold Chisel, The Pretenders, Hunters and Collectors, John Farnham and more. The show is entering its third week so quickly grab your tickets from before they sell out fast!

Across the border in Northern NSW, Tweed Theatre Company’s family fun musical, Hansel &Gretel, enters its final week of shows at the Tweed Civic Centre. Will Oscar the Owl and some friendly elves help Hansel and Gretel escape from the clutches of the Wicked Witch Narda and also help them find their way home again? Find out this Saturday and Sunday from 2 pm and purchase tickets at and keep an eye out on their Facebook page

Looking for some end-of-year entertainment? Spotlight Theatre is currently rehearsing for Xanadu, a musical packed with classic hits from Electric Light Orchestra and plenty of sparkling sequins and mirror balls! Keep and eye on their Facebook page for updates and book your tickets from 12 pm today at for its limited season.

Meanwhile, Tugun Theatre is presenting Spooky Dog and the Teen-age Gang Mysteries, an adult parody of Saturday morning cartoon chase scenes. Catch a glimpse of the cast in a shared Facebook post and book your tickets from October 9th at

And congratulations to Vocalescence who competed in Pan Pac 2023 in Auckland, New Zealand. With a small group of 17 ladies they received 2nd place BHA women's, 8th place BHA overall and 17th place Pan Pacific with the highest score of 70.5%. To find out more about these ladies adventure check out their Facebook page and if you want to join this exciting chorus the keep an eye out for an update on Wednesday 27th!

That’s all we have for you today. Thank you for tuning in to today’s broadcast. The Gold Coast Theatre Alliance (GCTAI) supports the performing arts community in the Gold Coast and Northern NSW, Australia. Check out the GCTAI Facebook page for the weekly theatre schedule or visit to learn more about anything you heard.

If you want to volunteer for any of our members, you can check out the volunteer and audition page. Just a reminder that our website is still being refurbished right now, so we are sorry for any inconveniences.

GCTAI members can contact to find out how to have items included in the next episode / blog.

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