If you missed my spot on Meredith Gilmore’s Coast Arts radio show this month, you can listen online now at

As broadcast on Coast Arts radio program Sunday April 16  COAST FM 963 Gosford, Central Coast Community Radio.


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New exhibition at Hardy’s Bay Art Space


Art, Sculpture, Photography, its all on display at the Hardy’s Bay Club. We are proud to introduce a new range of art from the very popular local artist Karen McPhee. Her art joins that of the always innovative Meg Lewer, and the awesome timber sculptures of Colin Tapping.

There is also a comprehensive selection of photography from locals Dale Montgomery and Brendon and Jude Weston making over 100 artworks in all for your enjoy.

Hardy’s Bay Art Space at the Hardy’s Bay Club 14 Heath Rd. Hardy’s Bay. Contact Brendon Weston 0427499861. Open 12-6 Saturday and Sunday

Information and image courtesy of Brendon Weston

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Children’s Medical Research Institute fundraisers

  • Book Stall to be held at William Plaza Gosford on Thursday April 27 – 9am-2pm.   All proceeds  to go to Children’s Medical Research Institute
  • Community stalls to be held at William Plaza Gosford on Thursday May 4 from 9am-2pm.   Selling craft, baby wear, bric a brac, jewelery, toys, giftware, homewares etc   All proceeds to go to Children’s Medical Research Institute
Information courtesy of
Sue Chidgey
Children’s Medical Research Institute
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What’s on at The Art House 2017

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What’s on at The Art House


The Glitta Supernova Experience presents


Saturday 22 April 8pm

Tickets: $33- $37

2017 Dunedin Fringe Festival Winner of “Best in Fringe” “Best Cabaret” & “Most Outstanding Performer”. BODYMAP is the latest work from Australia’s most celebrated alternative performance artist Glitta Supernova.Psychedelic, Satirical, Personal & Political storytelling that’s packed to the rafter’s with puns, punches, pussy & possibilities. A biographic warts & all journey.

“Body Map is a wild, in-yer-face, uninhibited, funny and subversive journey through the female body in all its physical and cultural manifestations “Theatreview

More anarchy, bingles and chaos than you can poke a selfie stick at.

WARNING: This show contains Adult themes & full frontal nudity



WCOPA Stars of the Future Presents


Friday 28 April

Tickets: $33.50

A selection of some of the Central Coast’s best singers, dancers and performers are coming to The Art House to showcase their talents in an unmissable evening of performances.



The Chinese Australian Friendship Association presents


Saturday 29 April

Tickets: $5-10

Be enthralled by the Thai golden hands dance. Sway to the Hula girls.

Marvel at the mystery of the Sichuan face changer. Wonder at the beautiful ethnic costumes , instruments and cultures.

A performance that highlights and showcases the cultural diversity of the Central Coast.

Professional artists representing diverse cultures including Indigenous Australia, India, Egypt ,

China, Phillipines, South America, Africa, Thailand and Polynesia.


Wyong Musical Theatre Company presents


Friday 5 May 7.30pm

Saturday 6 May 1pm

Saturday 6 May 7.30pm

Sunday 7 May 1pm

Wednesday 10 May 7.30pm

Friday 12 May 7.30pm

Saturday 13 May 1pm

Saturday 13 May 7.30pm

Tickets: $30-$38

Charity Hope Valentine works at a seedy Times Square dime-a-dance joint. Charity is an incurable optimist with a golden heart who longs for love but never seems to look for it in the right places, until one day the fickle finger of fate intervenes and she falls in love with Oscar, from whom she must hide her chequered past and sordid dance hall job.
With hits including ‘Big Spender’, ‘Rhythm of Life’ and ‘If My Friends Could See Me Now’, join WMTC for Bob Fosse’s iconic Sweet Charity to see if our heroine can live ‘Hopefully Ever After”…


Options Theatre Company presents


Friday 26 May 7.30pm

Saturday 27 May 7.30pm

Tickets: $40

Options Theatre Company is one of Australia’s leading theatrical companies for people with disabilities. This year OTC takes to the stage with a unique adaptation of the classic rock and roll musical Grease. Over 60 performers with disabilities go back to Rydell High with their own interpretation and performance style. Each year audiences are astounded with the level of professionalism, skill and passion that is presented on the stage.

An Options Theatre Company show is a heartwarming, innovative, and impressive theatrical experience. One not too miss.






Studio Sessions

Saturday 27 May

Tickets: $60-$99

Khan was born in a village in Pakistan but that did not stop him from pursuing his dream of a career in the recording industry. Luck came knocking when his application for a U.S. Visa was accepted, and he came to America. Soon he found work as a second engineer for Jam Power, a black music production company located in Los Angeles. Within a few years, Khan was soon writing, producing, recording and mixing with some of the biggest names in the music industry. His experience at Jam Power let him acquire a wealth of knowledge for a range of music genres, including Funk, Hip Hop, folk, Qawwali, Country, Bluegrass, Gypsy and Mariachi.

Khan’s next big break came when he worked with Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan for his first solo album Only One, which sold 6 million units worldwide. Only One helped launch his career across the soundwaves of World music stations across America. He then spent several years in Pakistan developing his craft, and working in India. His efforts in India led to a critically-acclaimed album, Panah, recently re-released by Sony Music.

In 2007, he enrolled at Sydney Film School for a film degree and seized the opportunity to record a live album at the concert hall at Sydney Opera House. The single “Like the River” came from the live recording, and went on to become a number-one ARIA pop hit in October 2009. Khan’s musical efforts and gifts were recognized by the Australian government awarding him Australian citizenship.

“It is with deep gratitude as an Australian world music artist that I announce my Oz tour. I can’t wait to share stories of my adventures in the music industry, as well how I managed to beat the odds, my life’s greatest find, ‘Australia’, spirituality and timelessness. I want to intimately connect with my Australian audience to celebrate the richness, diversity and wealth of inspiration that lives on this land,” Khan said.



The Art House presents

THE WITCHES – by Roald Dahl

A Griffin Theatre Company production

Thursday 8 June: 7pm

Friday 9 June: 11am

Tickets: $18.75-$25

Think you can outwit a witch and outrun a mouse?

When one little boy unwittingly stumbles into the annual meeting of witches, he hears their nasty plan to get rid of all the children in the world – by turning them into mice! It’s going to take smarts and sneakiness to stop them and not get squished in the process.

Think you can outwit a witch and outrun a mouse? Then grab a seat in the front row for The Witches, bursting onto the stage as a mind-boggling and madcap one-man show.

Brave boys and girls, rat-racers and retirees are in for a wicked and wonderful time. Lucas Jervies directs this bubbling concoction, based on David Wood’s adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic, with one actor running amok in a virtuoso physical performance.

Recommended for ages 6 and over

Visit the Official Roald Dahl Website, which is packed with information and up to date news from the World of Roald Dahl, by clicking through to


The Art House presents


A Queensland Theatre and Grin & Tonic Theatre Troupe Production

Tuesday 13 June 8pm

Wednesday 14 June 10am

Tickets: $25-$49

Written 20 years ago by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman, The 7 Stages of Grieving has become a vital piece in the Australian theatrical cannon. Studied by thousands of students and hailed as a contemporary classic, the play explores the grief of Aboriginal people and their hopes for reconciliation.

Chenoa Deemal stars in this one-everywoman show, sharing poignant stories from across the phases of Aboriginal history and across its many mobs. Some are tales of devastation, others joyous testimonials of survival and triumph. What binds them is their purity of purpose – to invite people, Aboriginal or otherwise, to join in a journey of discovery and healing.



Salt House Theatre Company presents


Friday 16 June 8pm

Saturday 17 June 8pm

Tickets: $33-$33.50

Set in 1916, ¡Three Amigos! is the tale of three excellently named silent-movie stars – Lucky Day (Ethan Dale), Dusty Bottoms (Jayden Gobbe) and Nerrida ‘Ned’ Nederlander (Emily Mann) – who have their contract terminated and head to Mexico to put on a show for a village. Problem is, the confused stars have actually been hired to rid Santo Poco of a deadly bandit named El Guapo (Ryan Bates). ¡Three Amigos! is whip-smart, containing inspiring slapstick and wordplay, it’s also spectacularly silly, taking in such surreal delights as a singing bush, a plethora of piñatas and a villain whose henchmen gift him a woolly sweater.


¡Three Amigos! has a warmth that’s nothing to do with the blazing desert sun. Even the bad guys are lovable, while the lead trio have the kind of easy chemistry which can’t be faked.



The Art House presents


An Ilbijerri Theatre Company and Belvoir Co-production

Saturday 24 June 8pm

Tickets: $25-$49

CORANDERRK is about what might have been.

At a Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry in 1881, the men and women of the Coranderrk Aboriginal Reserve went head-to-head with the Aboriginal Protection Board. Their goal was both simple and revolutionary: to be allowed to continue the brilliant experiment in self-determination they had pioneered for themselves on the scrap of country left to them.

CORANDERRK recreates the Inquiry. This is both great theatre and great history. It revives the voices of all those, black and white, who fought for a better pact between the country’s oldest and newest inhabitants.

This special production pays tribute to the resilience and adaptability of a people who rose to the challenge despite the odds, appropriating the power of the written word to make their own voices ring loud and clear.

CORANDERRK a collaboration between leading Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists, researchers, education experts and community members. The production aims to encourage a shared understanding of the past between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.

Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander audiences are warned that this production contains images of deceased persons


The Art House Presents


Wednesday 5 July 7.30pm

Tickets: $25-$52

Two unique choreographic visions to sweep you off your feet

This is a wildly powerful double bill featuring the smash hit Wildebeest by Australia’s Gabrielle Nankivell and the multi award-winning Frame of Mind from Rafael Bonachela. Frame of Mind features a dramatic contemporary-classical soundtrack by Bryce Dessner (from America band The National), recorded by San Francisco’s virtuosic Kronos Quartet.


Winner of all four categories for the 2015 Helpmann Awards’ for its critically acclaimed premiere season. Having premiered as part of Sydney DanceCompany’s inaugural New Breed season, choreographic prodigy Gabrielle Nankivell’s eloquent Wildebeest showcases the power ofdancers as individuals and strength en masse. Moody and animalistic, it’s backed by a stormy and industrial score by Luke Smiles.

Don’t miss this gripping evening of dance in its limited Australian season.



Wyong Drama Group presents


Friday 21 July 7.30pm

Saturday 22 July 2pm

Saturday 22 July 7.30pm

Sunday 23 July 2pm

Thursday 27 July 7.30pm

Friday 28 July 7.30pm

Saturday 29 July 7.30pm

Tickets: $27-$30

In this chilling stage adaptation of Agatha Christie’s most popular novel, ten strangers are invited to an island by a mysterious host. One by one they are murdered. Could one of them be the killer?

This psychological thriller, directed by the multi-talented Pollyanna Forshaw, will have you on the edge of your seat, as each guest, unable to escape, meets their fate … but who is responsible ? … and why?


Dance Editorial Presents


Friday 11th August 7pm

Tickets: $35-$65

Family. Love. Betrayal. Lies.

Love Is Love is about family, and what binds us; Is it love or is it lies?

Love Is Love explores the expectations we put on ourselves to be the perfect mother, father, daughter and son, and what happens when we are not perfect in the eyes of those that are suppose to love us the most.

Is blood really thicker than water?

Join us as we take a closer look into family…. ours… yours… and what it means to be family …in all it’s glory and it’s despair.

Love Is Love… but it’s never that simple.

Love Is Love will be choreographed by an all-male cast and produced and directed by Shannon Hsu. Each choreographer will tell the individual story of a family member and the type of love they are experiencing and explore the relationship and connection of each character, in their own dance style’ Contemporary, Hip Hop, Dance Hall or fusion.

It will star an adult cast as the lead characters as ‘The Family’, plus a protege will be chosen from our Dance Editorial PPDC course from each city, to star in each piece and be mentored by one of the choreographers.

We are also thrilled to announce that we will be choosing our ensemble cast from our protégés from our 2016 Production, 7 Vices!

We are so excited to be teaming up with amazing Australian Hip Hop and Contemporary choreographers to bring you an amazing DANCE show, inspired by the great Shakespearean stories of trials, tribulations and tales of family and love…with a modern twist!

“Doubt that the stars are fire, Doubt that the sun doth move his aides, Doubt truth to be a liar, But never doubt I love.” – Hamlet (Act 2. 2)



The Art House Presents


A CDP Kids Production

Thursday 17 August 6.30pm

Friday 18 August 10am

Tickets: $18.75-$25

Look out! Here comes Horrible Harriet. She’s wicked, wild and wonderful!

Horrible Harriet lives in the roof of her school and keeps teachers chained in the cellar to do her homework. Harriet and the other children don’t see eye to eye – but all Harriet really wants is a friend.


When Athol Egghead lands in his hot air balloon, Harriet finally meets someone who understands her. Then Mr Chicken arrives to disrupt the whole show! Fortunately Horrible Harriet knows how to handle him… or does she?

The team behind the hit stage productions The 13, 26 and 52-Storey Treehouses, The Gruffalo, and Mr Stink, bring the works of Australian Children’s Laureate, Leigh Hobbs, to life on stage.

Join Harriet’s search for identity and friendship, with songs, laughs, mischievous fun – and not least Mr Chicken himself!


The 2017 Sydney Comedy Festival Presents


Thursday 24 August 7.30pm

Tickets: $32-$35

The Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase will be tearing up the freeways of Australia for the fifth year in a row to bring the crème de la crème of the 2017 Festival right to your doorstep and we’re very excited to announce we’re coming to The Art House for the first time ever!

Expertly curated and lovingly presented the Showcase will feature some of the Festival’s hottest acts live on stage for an incredible two hours of hard hitting laughter. Boasting a line-up of the best local and international comics alongside some of the freshest emerging talents in the comedy scene, this jam packed night of pure entertainment will leave you sore from belly laughs.

So get ready Australia… The Showcase Tour is back on the road! Call your pals and grab your tickets to the funniest night of entertainment you will see all year!

“the comedians in the showcase all knew what they had to do to get a laugh, and had the crowd in constant stitches…” – AU Review


May contain strong coarse language and adult themes. Recommended for mature audiences 15 years & over.




Friday 25 August 8pm

Tickets: $33-$54

He is firmly cemented in the nation’s musical culture, his impressive career spans more than forty years. He has survived and soared in the often cut-throat entertainment industry. His unofficial anthems, tributes to legends and unsung heroes and tender ballads have captured the spirit of the nation in song unlike any other. His honest and passionate songs are synonymous with the country that inspires him and connect him with his countrymen regardless of age, sex or creed.

Add to this his ability to deliver unforgettable live concert experiences that combine the perfect blend of humour, romance and campfire stories woven together by his music. You can understand why he is one of the most in-demand live performers in Australia.

There is no question that JOHN WILLIAMSON is the real deal, stands by what he represents and is unashamedly proud of the country he loves. For this artist, whilst the awards are a nice recognition, there is no doubt it is the reaction from his audience that is the most important.

It all started when he penned that classic OLD MAN EMU back in 1970. From this ‘silly’ song (as he often refers to it) that went to #1 for five weeks, he has continued to create hits including TRUE BLUE, COOTAMUNDRA WATTLE, RIP RIP WOODCHIP, RAINING ON THE ROCK, THE BIG RED, WINTER GREEN, SALISBURY STREET, GALLERIES OF PINK GALAHS and HAWKESBURY RIVER LOVIN’ to name but a few of the 400+ songs written by the multi-award winning songwriter.

Inducted into the prestigious ARIA HALL OF FAME in 2010 along his journey he has also secured three ARIA Awards, 25 Golden Guitars, MO Awards, APRA Awards, Platinum and Gold albums and over 4 million album sales to name just some of the recognition he has earnt.

Accolades and awards though have never been a huge deal to John Williamson; it has always been about the fans to the ever humble ex-farmer. Even after what he has achieved, or what he has been invited to be a part of, he remains nonchalant about it all.

You can call him what you want, Mallee Boy, True Blue or just plain Fair Dinkum; but there is no denying that after more than forty years in the music industry, John Williamson is truly an Australian icon.

Whilst he is ingrained in Australia’s history, he continues to prove he is also ingrained in its future. At the age of 71, John continues to write music and tour the country. In August 2016, John released his new album ‘HIS FAVOURITE COLLECTION’, a special 4 CD set containing John’s favoured songs that he has written.



The Art House presents


Wednesday 30 August 7.30pm

Tickets: $25-$52

Australian Dance Theatre has thrilled sellout audiences around the world with performances of cutting edge dance. Now the internationally acclaimed company brings Be Your Self Redux to The Art House.

In Garry Stewarts Be Your Self Redux, audiences are engaged in a complex dialogue in which they are compelled to explore what makes you you. The athletic dancers of ADT are transformed into erupting, powerful, and emotional entities, projecting startling physical images.

Arising from conversations with a Buddhist monk, neurologist, physiologist and literary academic, Stewart situates the body at the centre of his inquiry and reveals that despite our civilising cultural influences, the body is still a force to be reckoned with. A distilled version of the original Be Your Self, Be Your Self Redux fuses Stewarts audacious choreography with spoken word to create an exciting dance work that leaves audiences questioning the underpinnings of who they are.



Big Guns Entertainment Presents

Glen Campbell, Linda Ronstadt, John Denver

Saturday 9 September 8pm

Tickets: $53-$59

Father and daughter, Graham and Ashleigh Toole join together to relive the magic and great hits of country superstars Glen Campbell, Linda Ronstadt and John Denver. In a truly unique show, Graham and Ashleigh pay tribute to three music legends who dominated the charts in the 60’s 70’s & 80’s.

During his 50 years in show business Glen Campbell has released more than 70 albums and sold 45 million records and accumulated 12 RIAA Gold albums, 4 Platinum albums and 1 Double-Platinum album. And made history by winning 4 Grammy Awards in both country & pop categories in 1967.

Selling over 49 million records, legend Miss Linda Ronstadt became one of the most influential figures in the history of popular music. Her fans will be transported back in time celebrating her magical hits such as – Desperado, Blue Bayou, It’s so easy, That’ll Be The Day, Love is a Rose, Crazy & When Will I be Loved.

John Denver fans will be transported to a time when his magical hits such as Take Me Home Country Roads, Rocky Mountain High, Annie’s Song, Thank God I’m A Country Boy, Sunshine On My Shoulders, Leaving On A Jet Plane and the many hits inspiring a generation of music lovers the world over. His hits earned him 12 Gold and 4 Platinum Albums, with over 20 million record sales worldwide, with sold out concerts around the world.



A-List Entertainment presents


Saturday 16 September 8pm

Tickets: $46.90-$49.90

Arj Barker is arguably Australia’s favourite American comedian. In recent years, he has spent more time in our country than his own and has come to understand our culture perhaps better than we understand it ourselves. His stand-up is both insightful and pointed, like a mind-reading thumb tack, if there was one of those.

‘Arj has a way with words that leaves no word wasted, taking an approach that works well on paper, yet is taken to another level when performed by Arj in his trademark style.’ Scenestr

‘A must see for anyone who loves a laugh…****’ Adelaide now

‘A true alchemist who takes observations and transmutes them into comedy gold…’ Independent on Sunday, London

‘Slick, talented and completely in control’ Scotland Times







The Art House presents


CDP with Tall Stories Production

Monday 23 October 11.30am & 6.30pm

Adapted from the award winning picture book by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler, published by Macmillan Children’s books.

How the cat purred and how the witch grinned, As they sat on their broomstick and flew through the wind…

The witch and her cat are flying happily on their broomstick – until a stormy wind blows away the witch’s hat, bow and wand. A helpful dog, bird and frog find the witch’s lost things, and they all hop on the broom for a ride. But this broomstick’s not meant for five and – CRACK – the broom snaps in two! When a hungry dragon appears, who will save the poor witch? And will there ever be room on the broom for everyone?

Room on the Broom promises songs, laughs and scary fun for children aged 3 and up – and their grown-ups…



The Art House presents

Thursday 26 October 7.30pm

Tickets: $25-$49

Award-winning bass baritone singer Teddy Tahu Rhodes and internationally acclaimed flautist Jane Rutter are both bona fide rock stars of the Classical Music world. In this sublime concert they combined their musical gifts, pulling at your heartstrings with some of the world’s greatest love songs.

From the passion of operatic Italy to the classical perfection of Handel, Mozart (The Magic Flute), Donizetti and Schubert. From the yearning songs of the Celtic Canon to the wit and charm of Cole Porter, Tosti, and Rogers and Hammerstein, this stellar duo will artfully romance you in a stunning program.


Be swept away on a seductive musical journey by two of Australia’s finest performers… Book early!


Wyong Drama Group Presents


Friday 17 November 7.30pm

Saturday 18 November 2pm

Saturday 18 November 7.30pm

Sunday 19 November 2pm

Thursday 23 November 7.30pm

Friday 24 November 7.30pm

Saturday 25 November 2pm

Saturday 25 November 7.30pm

“I will say zis only oance … “

Café owner René juggles a menagerie including irrepressible, tone-deaf chanteuse wife Edith, waitresses Yvette Carte-Blanche and Mimi Labonq, smitten German Officer Grüber, Herr Flick of the Gestapo, “It is I…Leclerc”, Police Officer Crabtree (“good moaning!”) and many more.

Co-directed by Howard Oxley and Duncan Mitchell, with none other than Howard Oxley as René Artois, along with a stellar cast of all your favourite actors, this will be top class entertainment.



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Emily Carryer / Marketing/Box Office Manager


The Art House

+61 2 4335 1485
+61 409 415 192

19 Margaret Street, Wyong NSW 2259

P.O. Box 376, Wyong NSW 2259

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OKA at The Rhythm Hut, supported by Brandon Duff

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Embracing the future without losing sight of the past, OKA draws upon their indigenous connection to place and country to create their signature feel good Australian earth sound, an irresistible blend of influences spanning house, big beat, reggae-dub, Roots, Jazz and world music. A mashup of dance & downtempo electro beats marinated in the mystical spirit of the Dreamtime.

“Try to imagine Bob Marley meets Stevie Wonder via the chemical brothers, on acid, playing in a steaming rainforest with a didgeridoo and you are getting close”

After their involvement in the 2000 Sydney Olympics together, the OKA journey began the following year and they continue to bring the joy, fluidity and simplicity of their positive music to a global audience, now independently selling over 170,000 albums.
OKA have shared the the bill with the likes of Kiss, Santana, Sting, Burning Spear, Yothu Yindi, Beats Antiques, Fat Freddys Drop, Damian Marley and The Wailers and have thrived at festivals throughout Australia, Asia & Nth America

At the creative heart of the music is Stu Boga Fergie (aka DidgeriSTU) who connects you to earth with the deep subsonic pulse and resonance of his Yidaki (didgeridoo).

The OKA Collective includes captivating melody on guitar, sax, flute & woodwinds woven through organic juju beats of deep tribal fire. A sound & force that touches the heart & connects the soul.

“ Ear to the ground, listen to our sound… a positive soul vibration” – DidgeriSTU

Support artist on the night is Brandon Duff. Brandon’s career started as a child performing in stage productions. Receiving his first guitar at the age of 14, he began to follow his acoustic vision. After his first sell out show at Lizottes, he continued to climb his way up the musical ladder that the Central Coast has been renowned for.

Over the years, Brandon has played countless venues up and down the Australian coast, bringing his unique sound and personality to the masses. His show is a mixed bag of everything from 70‘s classics to top 40 hits. Bringing together the sounds of acoustic soul to intertwine with popular music, he is an artist on the rise.



All ages, family friendly event! Dinner bar and desserts available for purchase. Under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. 


WHAT: OKA ft. Brandon Duff
WHEN: Thursday 27th April, 7pm
WHERE: The Rhythm Hut, 135 Faunce St, Gosford
COST: Presale $20  or $28 Door

Information and images courtesy of The Rhythm Hut publicity.

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4 Villages Walk Kincumber 6th May 2017

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For more information go to  and our facebook page  for The Rotary Club of Kincumber


Information courtesy of Pam Brown, for The Rotary Club of Kincumber

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Jopuka Productions Presents 13 THE MUSICAL

School Holidays
Saturday 15 – Friday 21 April
Tickets: $25.50 – $33.50
Jopuka Productions proudly presents the groundbreaking all youth musical, 13! Featuring 39 of the Central Coast’s most talented young actors and musicians this is sure to be smash hit school holiday production for the whole family!

Following a move from New York City to small-town Indiana, young Evan Goldman grapples with his parents’ divorce, preparing for his impending Bar Mitzvah, and navigating the complicated social circles of a new school. With universal themes of growing up, acceptance and true friendship this show is sure to relatable to young and old!

Premiering on Broadway in 2008 it was the first musical ever on Broadway to have an entirely youth cast and orchestra. With music from Tony Award winning composer Jason Robert Brown, and script by Robert Horn who has written hit teen films such as Disney’s Teen Beach Movie! The original stage production launched the careers of stars such as Graham Phillips, Elizabeth Gillies, and Ariana Grande!

Information courtesy of The Art House and Jopuka publicity
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