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National Theatre Live presents PETER PAN Tuesday 6 February, 7pm - Wednesday 7 February, 1pm More details Buy tickets now
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A Midsummer Night's Dream - The Australian Shakespeare Company Saturday 10 March, 2018 at 8pm More details  
PUPPETRY OF THE PENIS - Direct from Las Vegas Wednesday 21 March, 2018 at 8pm More details Buy tickets now
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THE PIANO MAN - A Tribute to Billy Joel Friday 6 April, 2018 More details Buy tickets now
The Umbilical Brothers - SPEEDMOUSE Thursday 12 April, 8pm More details Buy tickets now
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Daniel Thompson and Stuie French with Happy Days Records, Presents - Johnny Cash The Concert - Saturday 28 July, 2018 - 8pm More details Buy tickets now
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National Theatre Live presents PETER PAN

PETER PAN

★★★★★
‘Spellbindingly imaginative. A dazzling production.’ Radio Times

All children, except one, grow up…

When Peter Pan, leader of the Lost Boys, loses his shadow, headstrong Wendy helps him to reattach it. In return, she is invited to Neverland, where Tinker Bell the fairy, Tiger Lily and the vengeful Captain Hook await. A riot of magic, music and make-believe ensues.

A delight for children and adults alike, Sally Cookson (NT Live: Jane Eyre) directs this wondrously inventive production, a co-production with Bristol Old Vic theatre.

A brilliant, acclaimed show for a family audience - captivating and funny, with elements to delight and entertain both kids and parents.

Some surprise twists make it a refreshing, new take. (Captain Hook is played by a woman!)

Inventive staging – including plenty of flying

Captured live at the National Theatre, a recorded performance of JM Barrie’s much-loved tale screens in cinemas.

Tickets: Adult $25 / Concession $23 / Groups 10+ $20 / special school group prices available
Tickets MUST be purchased online or via Hamilton PAC box office.

Tuesday 6 February, 7pm
Wednesday 7 February, 1pm


A Midsummer Night's Dream - The Australian Shakespeare Company

Glenn Elston & Hamilton Performing Arts Centre proudly present:

The Australian Shakespeare Company

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM

Soon to be one of the most beloved events on the Summer social calendar, The Australian Shakespeare Company proudly brings Hamilton and region audiences a new take of the timeless classic, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Cherished by young and old alike, this new imagining by Artistic Director Glenn Elston once again marries performance with nature, all in the stunning surroundings of the Hamilton Botanic Gardens.
 
This jewel in the Shakespeare comedy crown is set to take you on a riotous ride through the interwoven world of Lovers, Fairies and Fools. A Midsummer Night’s Dream has now delighted tens of thousands of people, and is widely acknowledged as one of the most unique events of the season. Watching as the Sun goes down and the Stars come out, it will have you reeling with laughter as you witness the comedy that is, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. Twilight Theatre at it’s best.


10 March, 2018 at 8.00pm - Hamilton Botanic Gardens

TICKETS ON SALE JANUARY 29 - More information available in January

Adult $50, Concession $45, Student / U 16 $25

Saturday 10 March, 2018 at 8pm



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PUPPETRY OF THE PENIS - Direct from Las Vegas

DIRECT FROM LAS VEGAS, the Masters of Penis Origami return to shock and awe audiences by folding, twisting, bulging and scooping their junk into creations such as: "The Pelican," "The Windsurfer," "The Eiffel Tower," "The Loch Ness Monster" and their signature creation, "The Hamburger." - all projected onto a huge screen for your close-up enjoyment!

A worldwide phenomenon, this one-of-a-kind show has played to most of the Western World including all around Europe, the US and South America.

To get to the nuts and bolts of it, be ready to see some Willies, Johnsons, Peter Peckers, if you will... aka: these guys will be performing in nothing but tennis shoes... and above all it's really damn funny!

“Comedic Brilliance” Time Out New York
“shocking, ridiculous, hilarious” The Age

ADULTS ONLY - 18+
Tickets: Adult $49.90, Concession / *Groups 6+ $44.90
*Only available from the Box Office - 5573 0429

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Wednesday 21 March, 2018 at 8pm




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THE PIANO MAN - A Tribute to Billy Joel

Celebrating 45 Years
PIANO MAN
BILLY JOEL TRIBUTE CONCERT
Starring: Anthony Mara

It’s been 45 Years since the release of Billy Joel’s signature song, and in 2018 Anthony Mara returns to centre stage with his world class band to pay tribute to the PIANO MAN.

Following a sell-out Australian Theatre Tour in 2017, PIANO MAN Billy Joel Tribute Concert will rise to another level in 2018 taking the show back to major Capital Cities as well as Regional towns right across Australia.

And with an extra special touch, Anthony is also raising funds and awareness for the debilitating disease Multiple Sclerosis with part proceeds of ticket sales to be donated to MS Australia. Anthony was diagnosed with MS in 2016, however his passion for music and performing helps fight his battle and is looking to support the many other sufferers throughout Australia.

The full live band consists of the finest musicians around, plus state of the art sound and lighting, in a powerful tribute show that will mesmerise audiences with all the Billy Joel hits such as “Piano Man”, “New York State Of Mind”, “Honesty”, “It’s Still Rock’n’roll To Me”, “Uptown Girl”, “We Didn’t Start The Fire”, “River Of Dreams” plus many more.

Allow us to take you right into the world of Billy Joel in a 2 hour concert event not to be missed!

EARLYBIRD TICKETS - $54 available 4 December to 10 December, 2017
Adult $59 / Concession / 56 / Groups 8+ $54 / U16 $54

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Friday 6 April, 2018



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The Umbilical Brothers - SPEEDMOUSE

It's legendary and it's live. After smashing countless countries and slaying endless audiences, the Umbies' most beloved show is back. The Sydney Morning Herald described it as "Marcel Marceau on really good drugs". 'Nuff said.

The Umbilical Brothers are an international comedy phenomenon who have so far won a couple of BAFTAs, an Emmy, the Critics' Choice at Edinburgh Fringe and the Helpmann Award for Best Comedy Performers, They have performed in 37 countries with five different shows. Now they are returning home with one of their most beloved ones, Speedmouse.

Full of the stuff you love best, Speedmouse is a live action, fast paced, rewind, slow motion, frame-by-frame adventure where two men create the impossible out of a microphone and a unique physical ability that has no equal. Speedmouse has earned a bevy of five star reviews and numerous awards including best stage production and best international show, along with a multi-platinum DVD that is sold in every corner of the world.

Join them in celebrating the 15 year anniversary of Speedmouse with a limited live theatrical run. If you haven't seen this show live, you should. Really.

"You're left only to shake your head and mavel" – NY Times

Tickets: Adult $49.90 Concession / *Groups 10+ $44.90
*Group price only available at the Box Office - 5573 0429

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Thursday 12 April, 8pm




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Daniel Thompson and Stuie French with Happy Days Records, Presents
Johnny Cash The Concert

Award winning and highly acclaimed Australian country singer Daniel Thompson and Golden Guitar winning, Telecaster picking, Australian country music legend Stuie French, along with their powerhouse backing band, The Tennessee Express are excited to bring you Johnny Cash The Concert - Revisits Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison.

In 1968, Johnny Cash walked on to stage at Folsom State Prison, California and for the first time ever uttered his immortal words “Hello, I’m Johnny Cash”.

Already a worldwide superstar, that iconic phrase and the 45 minute live album that followed, cemented Cash as a legend of popular culture began his rise to the heights of fame over the next three years that has rarely been equalled.

Selling over 3 million copies in the US alone “At Folsom Prison” is widely regarded and one of the greatest live albums ever recorded and amongst many other accolades was named at number 88 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time.

After years of personal turmoil and several years of limited commercial success, Cash convinced a reluctant Columbia records to record and release “At Folsom Prison”. Essentially risking his entire career on this live album, Cash’s gamble paid off and began his rise to legendary status in popular culture where he firmly and rightfully remains to this day.

Australia’s premier tribute to the Man In Black, Johnny Cash The Concert, hits the road once more in 2018 bringing you this iconic album in it’s entirety. Since 2009, more than 50 thousand ecstatic Johnny Cash fans Australia wide have witnessed the magic of Johnny Cash and his music through Daniel Thompson and Stuie French’s authentic tribute to this iconic and beloved superstar.

In 2018, Johnny Cash The Concert gives Australian Cash fans the opportunity to relive the magic of the legendary “Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison” album. The show will not only feature the Folsom Prison album in it’s entirety from cover to cover, it will also feature a set of The Man in Black’s greatest hits from throughout his entire career.

Coming to Hamilton in 2018, Johnny Cash The Concert Revisits Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison is one of the most anticipated shows of the year. Don’t miss this opportunity to relive one of The Man In Black’s greatest ever albums performed by Australia’s own Johnny Cash The Concert.

Tickets: Adult $65, Concession / Groups 8+ $60

Saturday 28 July, 2018 - 8pm


 

 

 

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