22 April - 22 April
David Walliams’ award-winning book comes to life on stage for children 6-12… and their adults!
It’s hard to believe that it has been 40 years since The Bee Gees redefined pop music and culture forever with the phenomenal success of The Saturday Night Fever album, the most successful soundtrack of all time. The Australian Bee Gees Show are digging out their flares and dusting off their platform shoes in preparation for the Australian leg of their 2017 world tour so let the party begin! The Saturday Night Fever 40th Anniversary tour is a fitting tribute and a celebration of the wonderful music of the Brothers Gibb.
International Jazz Day occurs every year on April 30; and was created by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) to highlight Jazz and it diplomatic role in uniting people around the globe.
Lee Kernaghan is one of the undisputable all-time greats of Australian country. 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the launch of Lee’s amazing career and the release of his first chart-busting hit, Boys From The Bush.
13 May - 13 May
CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS AND THEIR FAMILIES
Join Crab and Turtle for this fun-filled immersive journey into an undersea world, designed especially for children with special needs.
Set in a beautiful ocean installation, there’s plenty for your child to see, hear, smell, touch and taste as the story unfolds around them.
Livestreamed from the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv, Ukraine, the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 will be the 62nd edition, with 43 countries taking part, including Australia.
Following a sold out, one night only performance at the iconic Sydney Opera House in 2016, Daniel Thompson and Stuie French’s Johnny Cash: The Concert goes national once more in 2017 celebrating the Johnny Cash biopic “Walk The Line”.
Award winning comedian Josh Earl is back in his home town with a whole new hour of comedy.
17 June - 17 June
The RocKwiz Gang are hitting the road in 2017 for our next national tour. Free from the constraints of the small screen and revelling in the freedom and joy of performing live with a cast of legends and up and coming young stars…. Join Julia, Brian, Dugald and the RocKwiz OrKestra as they light up theatres all over Australia with RocKwiz Live! TWENTYSEVENTEEN.
13 July - 13 July
The Umbilical Brothers Speedmouse
It's legendary and it's live.
2 August - 3 August
What does a Plesiosaurs skin feel like? How big are Kronosaurus teeth? And do Kimberella
even wear shoes?
Having released his third studio album on Friday November 4 (2016), Harrison Craig is set to embark on an extensive national tour of Australia in 2017 singing the Kings Of Vegas.
Akmal returns with his funniest show ever in the history of comedy. Paramedics will be on call to transport audience members to hospital as their sides split from laughter.
All that glisters is not gold;
Often have you heard that told.
Act 2 Scene 7
25 August - 26 August
With over 60 Revues under their collective belts, Graeme Paine, John X and Andrew Colrain have teamed together, popped a comedy Viagra and will present a collection of the very best ‘oldies but goodies’, minus the politics!
31 August - 31 August
Grug began his life as the grassy top of a Burrawang tree. Fascinated by the world around him and never short of an adventure, now he’s back by popular demand.
Established in 1992, by the late Stephen Martin, Virtuosi Tasmania intended to gather the casual chamber music activity of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra into regular concert series.
20 October - 4 November
9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL, with music and lyrics by Dolly Parton and book by Patricia Resnick, is based on the 1980 hit movie Nine to Five.
8 November - 8 November
Col Elliott is trying to retire. He's been pushing our belly laugh buttons for around 45 years.
Melbourne City Ballet's exciting new ballet "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" will arrive at the Burnie Arts & Function Centre in November 2017.