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Centenary Hall - Goolwa, SA Tix

Coal Miners Daughter

Venue: Centenary Hall, Goolwa Multi-awarded, look-alike songstress, Amber Joy Poulton, brings Coal Miner's Daughter - the mega-hits & stories of inspirational pioneer & superstar LORETTA LYNN, to Australia following a sold-out national tour run in 2017, 2022, 2023 & now it returns once again in 2024 to big towns & small. Coal Miner's Daughter includes 'friends' Lizzie Moore as Patsy Cline & Denis Surmon as Conway Twitty accompanied by The Holy Men, in this sensational musical tribute to three legends in country music. Weaving anecdotes & comedy through a traditional & contemporary catalogue of hits, including 'Coal Miner's Daughter', 'Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' With Lovin' On Your Mind', 'I Fall To Pieces', 'You Ain't Woman Enough To Take My Man', 'Crazy', 'Silver Threads & Golden Needles', 'Walkin' After Midnight', 'You're Lookin' At Country', 'One's On The Way', 'Stand By Your Man', 'After The Fire Is Gone' & more, this is a show not to be missed & with the recent passing of the great Loretta Lynn, there is no better time to celebrate her music. Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Centenary Hall

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Grug

Venue: Murray Bridge Town Hall From the top of a Burrawang tree to a stage near you. Once the top of a Burrawang tree fell to the ground. Then the grassy top began to change. It became Grug! Stunning design and beautiful live puppetry combine to bring Ted Prior’s iconic picture book character to the stage in a smash-hit production that sees audience join Grug on some of his most exciting adventures. Loved by children the world over, Windmill’s award-winning production returns to regional South Australia ready to make a whole new generation fall in love with Grug. A Windmill Theatre Company and Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s Out of the Box Festival Co-production presented in association with Country Arts SA. Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Murray Bridge Town Hall

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Grug

Venue: Centenary Hall Goolwa From the top of a Burrawang tree to a stage near you. Once the top of a Burrawang tree fell to the ground. Then the grassy top began to change. It became Grug! Stunning design and beautiful live puppetry combine to bring Ted Prior’s iconic picture book character to the stage in a smash-hit production that sees audience join Grug on some of his most exciting adventures. Loved by children the world over, Windmill’s award-winning production returns to regional South Australia ready to make a whole new generation fall in love with Grug A Windmill Theatre Company and Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s Out of the Box Festival Co-production presented in association with Country Arts SA. Transaction fees apply:Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Centenary Hall

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SA Tix, Lea Memorial Theatre

Grug

Venue: Lea Memorial Theatre From the top of a Burrawang tree to a stage near you. Once the top of a Burrawang tree fell to the ground. Then the grassy top began to change. It became Grug! Stunning design and beautiful live puppetry combine to bring Ted Prior’s iconic picture book character to the stage in a smash-hit production that sees audience join Grug on some of his most exciting adventures. Loved by children the world over, Windmill’s award-winning production returns to regional South Australia ready to make a whole new generation fall in love with Grug. A Windmill Theatre Company and Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s Out of the Box Festival Co-production presented in association with Country Arts SA. Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Lea Memorial Theatre

subvenue Lea Memorial Theatre

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Grug

Venue: Millicent Civic and Arts Centre From the top of a Burrawang tree to a stage near you. Once the top of a Burrawang tree fell to the ground. Then the grassy top began to change. It became Grug! Stunning design and beautiful live puppetry combine to bring Ted Prior’s iconic picture book character to the stage in a smash-hit production that sees audience join Grug on some of his most exciting adventures. Loved by children the world over, Windmill’s award-winning production returns to regional South Australia ready to make a whole new generation fall in love with Grug. A Windmill Theatre Company and Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s Out of the Box Festival Co-production presented in association with Country Arts SA. Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Millicent Civic and Arts Centre

subvenue Auditorium

Community Schools Show

M.A.D Night 2024

Cardijn College presents it's biennial M.A.D night - a celebration of Music, Art and Drama. This year, we celebrate 40 years of Cardijn College and the Arts at Cardijn through celebration of the achievements of students in the Arts. Prices: Adult: $10.00 Child U12: Free (please book free ticket for capcity purposes)

Location Hopgood Theatre.

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SA Tix, Lea Memorial Theatre

Marcia Hines Still Shining:

Australia’s beloved musical treasure, with a career spanning five amazing decades, will be returning to the Regional Australia in 2024! Accompanied by her musicians and production crew, each performance will be a celebration of the extraordinary output of this legendary Australian. From the early days of ‘Fire and Rain’ to the Discotheque album and all the way through to the 2022 release of ‘The Gospel According to Marcia’, each performance will encapsulate Marcia’s extraordinary vocal range and recording career. Since moving to Australia from Boston at just 16 to star in the production of Hair, Marcia has become an integral part of the Australian music and entertainment industry. 22 albums, 2.6 million sales, countless chart topping singles and multi-platinum albums. She continues to reinvent herself and in doing so sets new industry benchmarks. From Jesus Christ Superstar to ‘Queen of Pop’ to ‘Australian Idol’, induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2007 and an Order of Australia in 2009, this extraordinary woman has been an inspiration to women and Australians everywhere. Her return to regional centres across Australia is an acknowledgement of the importance of these cities and towns to her journey. These years of touring were so significant in the establishment of her career and her relationship with Australian audiences. Expect two hours plus of memories, musicality and a little madness. The amazing Miss Hines and her touring family are a wonder to behold! Support Act: Suit & Tie Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Lea Memorial Theatre

subvenue Lea Memorial Theatre

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Mark Vincent - The Best So Far

Immerse yourself in an evening of musical splendor with Mark Vincent, Australia’s classical crossover tenor. Since winning Australia's Got Talent at the age of 15 , Mark's soulful voice has captivated audiences worldwide. Join us for an unforgettable night featuring his renditions of beloved classics like 'Hallelujah,' 'Nessun Dorma,' 'My Way,' 'Time to Say Goodbye,' 'You Raise Me Up,' and more. Mark's remarkable talent and magnetic stage presence promise a truly enchanting performance. Secure your tickets now for an evening filled with soul-stirring melodies and vocal mastery!

Location Hopgood Theatre.

subvenue Auditorium

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Arts On Screen, Film

Nunga Screen 2024

Nunga Screen shares and celebrates First Nations culture, stories and language through film. A FREE annual event that spans National Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week, and which tours across regional SA from big screen cinemas to remote communities, Nunga Screen presents a diverse film program for cinema-goers of all ages. For more than 10 years, Nunga Screen has provided the opportunity for emerging and established First Nations film makers to showcase their films across South Australia. In 2024, the program will feature the premiere short documentary from an emerging First Nations filmmaker commissioned by Country Arts SA. Nunga Screen is an amazing opportunity to get together, connect and learn. Bookings Essential!

Location Hopgood Theatre.

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Commercial

One Night In Memphis - Presley, Orbison & Cash

“One Night in Memphis” is the show that finally brings together 3 of the world’s greatest and most popular performers Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash showcasing the greatest Rock n Roll songs of the early years of the 1950s & 1960s. It features 3 of Australia’s and Internationally renowned tribute artists together with a full 7 piece live band bringing to you over 2 hours of hit after hit from the early Memphis and Sun Records years through to some of their personal biggest songs. Roy Orbison - Aaron W Mansfield “Close your eyes and you’re listening to Roy Orbison, open your eyes and you’re looking at Roy Orbison”. Internationally acclaimed as one of the best vocal replicas to Roy Orbison, Aaron has enjoyed many standing ovations from sell-out crowds both nationally and internationally. Successfully touring Australia twice, Aaron has also been a featured artist at The Parkes Elvis Festival for many years, made an appearance on Studio 10, and has been a featured artist on several Royal Caribbean cruises . “The Closest Tribute To The Big ‘O’, Anywhere On The Planet” Elvis Presley - Anthony Fenech Anthony is originally from Sydney NSW and pays an exciting tribute to Elvis Presley that captures the essence of the early Sun & Memphis era.. Considered to be one of the Top 50’s era Elvis Tribute acts in the country, Anthony has earnt himself multiple accolades and awards recently and is a much sought after act to appear on various cruise ships and theatre stages. Anthony’s latest achievements have seen him billed as a headline act at festivals throughout Australia and New Zealand. Anthony;s tribute to the King is packed with youthful raw energy and charisma. His dynamic show will take you back to an era of the 1950’s when Elvis first exploded on the scene and changed the face of popular music forever. Johnny Cash - Mark Vassallo Mark has been performing as Johnny Cash with his band Cash Only for 15 years. Over this time Mark and the Cash Only band have been one of the most popular shows at the Tamworth Country Festival playing to sell out crowds in Tamworth's leading venues for 12 consecutive years. Cash Only has also performed at many venues in Sydney and Regional NSW. Mark has also appeared in The Four Highwaymen line up at the Gympie Muster and has performed in Charity gigs for Father Chris Riley, Wesley mission and the Gut Foundation. Mark performs the full range of Cash's career from the early Sun records hits to the American Recordings and is regarded as one of Australia's leading Cash tribute artists. This Show is a must on your Entertainment calendar and one not to be missed!

Location Hopgood Theatre.

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Proms in the South 2024

The OCCB is back by popular demand, bringing you a taste of the Proms. Join us for Proms in the South 2024. Bigger and better than ever. With the help of the Southern Singers we will be bringing you the Proms classics, along with some British favourites, plus a solo by the Mayor of OCC. Earlybird ticket prices (until 31/05/24): Adult - $25.00 Concession - $20.00 Ticket prices after 31/05/24: All tickets - $30.00

Location Hopgood Theatre.

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Centenary Hall - Goolwa, SA Tix

Coal Miners Daughter

Venue: Centenary Hall, Goolwa Multi-awarded, look-alike songstress, Amber Joy Poulton, brings Coal Miner's Daughter - the mega-hits & stories of inspirational pioneer & superstar LORETTA LYNN, to Australia following a sold-out national tour run in 2017, 2022, 2023 & now it returns once again in 2024 to big towns & small. Coal Miner's Daughter includes 'friends' Lizzie Moore as Patsy Cline & Denis Surmon as Conway Twitty accompanied by The Holy Men, in this sensational musical tribute to three legends in country music. Weaving anecdotes & comedy through a traditional & contemporary catalogue of hits, including 'Coal Miner's Daughter', 'Don't Come Home A-Drinkin' With Lovin' On Your Mind', 'I Fall To Pieces', 'You Ain't Woman Enough To Take My Man', 'Crazy', 'Silver Threads & Golden Needles', 'Walkin' After Midnight', 'You're Lookin' At Country', 'One's On The Way', 'Stand By Your Man', 'After The Fire Is Gone' & more, this is a show not to be missed & with the recent passing of the great Loretta Lynn, there is no better time to celebrate her music. Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Centenary Hall

subvenue Auditorium

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Grug

Venue: Murray Bridge Town Hall From the top of a Burrawang tree to a stage near you. Once the top of a Burrawang tree fell to the ground. Then the grassy top began to change. It became Grug! Stunning design and beautiful live puppetry combine to bring Ted Prior’s iconic picture book character to the stage in a smash-hit production that sees audience join Grug on some of his most exciting adventures. Loved by children the world over, Windmill’s award-winning production returns to regional South Australia ready to make a whole new generation fall in love with Grug. A Windmill Theatre Company and Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s Out of the Box Festival Co-production presented in association with Country Arts SA. Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Murray Bridge Town Hall

subvenue Auditorium

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Grug

Venue: Centenary Hall Goolwa From the top of a Burrawang tree to a stage near you. Once the top of a Burrawang tree fell to the ground. Then the grassy top began to change. It became Grug! Stunning design and beautiful live puppetry combine to bring Ted Prior’s iconic picture book character to the stage in a smash-hit production that sees audience join Grug on some of his most exciting adventures. Loved by children the world over, Windmill’s award-winning production returns to regional South Australia ready to make a whole new generation fall in love with Grug A Windmill Theatre Company and Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s Out of the Box Festival Co-production presented in association with Country Arts SA. Transaction fees apply:Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Centenary Hall

subvenue Auditorium

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SA Tix, Lea Memorial Theatre

Grug

Venue: Lea Memorial Theatre From the top of a Burrawang tree to a stage near you. Once the top of a Burrawang tree fell to the ground. Then the grassy top began to change. It became Grug! Stunning design and beautiful live puppetry combine to bring Ted Prior’s iconic picture book character to the stage in a smash-hit production that sees audience join Grug on some of his most exciting adventures. Loved by children the world over, Windmill’s award-winning production returns to regional South Australia ready to make a whole new generation fall in love with Grug. A Windmill Theatre Company and Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s Out of the Box Festival Co-production presented in association with Country Arts SA. Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Lea Memorial Theatre

subvenue Lea Memorial Theatre

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Grug

Venue: Millicent Civic and Arts Centre From the top of a Burrawang tree to a stage near you. Once the top of a Burrawang tree fell to the ground. Then the grassy top began to change. It became Grug! Stunning design and beautiful live puppetry combine to bring Ted Prior’s iconic picture book character to the stage in a smash-hit production that sees audience join Grug on some of his most exciting adventures. Loved by children the world over, Windmill’s award-winning production returns to regional South Australia ready to make a whole new generation fall in love with Grug. A Windmill Theatre Company and Queensland Performing Arts Centre’s Out of the Box Festival Co-production presented in association with Country Arts SA. Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Millicent Civic and Arts Centre

subvenue Auditorium

Community Schools Show

M.A.D Night 2024

Cardijn College presents it's biennial M.A.D night - a celebration of Music, Art and Drama. This year, we celebrate 40 years of Cardijn College and the Arts at Cardijn through celebration of the achievements of students in the Arts. Prices: Adult: $10.00 Child U12: Free (please book free ticket for capcity purposes)

Location Hopgood Theatre.

subvenue Auditorium

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SA Tix, Lea Memorial Theatre

Marcia Hines Still Shining:

Australia’s beloved musical treasure, with a career spanning five amazing decades, will be returning to the Regional Australia in 2024! Accompanied by her musicians and production crew, each performance will be a celebration of the extraordinary output of this legendary Australian. From the early days of ‘Fire and Rain’ to the Discotheque album and all the way through to the 2022 release of ‘The Gospel According to Marcia’, each performance will encapsulate Marcia’s extraordinary vocal range and recording career. Since moving to Australia from Boston at just 16 to star in the production of Hair, Marcia has become an integral part of the Australian music and entertainment industry. 22 albums, 2.6 million sales, countless chart topping singles and multi-platinum albums. She continues to reinvent herself and in doing so sets new industry benchmarks. From Jesus Christ Superstar to ‘Queen of Pop’ to ‘Australian Idol’, induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2007 and an Order of Australia in 2009, this extraordinary woman has been an inspiration to women and Australians everywhere. Her return to regional centres across Australia is an acknowledgement of the importance of these cities and towns to her journey. These years of touring were so significant in the establishment of her career and her relationship with Australian audiences. Expect two hours plus of memories, musicality and a little madness. The amazing Miss Hines and her touring family are a wonder to behold! Support Act: Suit & Tie Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Lea Memorial Theatre

subvenue Lea Memorial Theatre

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Mark Vincent - The Best So Far

Immerse yourself in an evening of musical splendor with Mark Vincent, Australia’s classical crossover tenor. Since winning Australia's Got Talent at the age of 15 , Mark's soulful voice has captivated audiences worldwide. Join us for an unforgettable night featuring his renditions of beloved classics like 'Hallelujah,' 'Nessun Dorma,' 'My Way,' 'Time to Say Goodbye,' 'You Raise Me Up,' and more. Mark's remarkable talent and magnetic stage presence promise a truly enchanting performance. Secure your tickets now for an evening filled with soul-stirring melodies and vocal mastery!

Location Hopgood Theatre.

subvenue Auditorium

Event Image
Arts On Screen, Film

Nunga Screen 2024

Nunga Screen shares and celebrates First Nations culture, stories and language through film. A FREE annual event that spans National Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week, and which tours across regional SA from big screen cinemas to remote communities, Nunga Screen presents a diverse film program for cinema-goers of all ages. For more than 10 years, Nunga Screen has provided the opportunity for emerging and established First Nations film makers to showcase their films across South Australia. In 2024, the program will feature the premiere short documentary from an emerging First Nations filmmaker commissioned by Country Arts SA. Nunga Screen is an amazing opportunity to get together, connect and learn. Bookings Essential!

Location Hopgood Theatre.

subvenue Auditorium

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Commercial

One Night In Memphis - Presley, Orbison & Cash

“One Night in Memphis” is the show that finally brings together 3 of the world’s greatest and most popular performers Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash showcasing the greatest Rock n Roll songs of the early years of the 1950s & 1960s. It features 3 of Australia’s and Internationally renowned tribute artists together with a full 7 piece live band bringing to you over 2 hours of hit after hit from the early Memphis and Sun Records years through to some of their personal biggest songs. Roy Orbison - Aaron W Mansfield “Close your eyes and you’re listening to Roy Orbison, open your eyes and you’re looking at Roy Orbison”. Internationally acclaimed as one of the best vocal replicas to Roy Orbison, Aaron has enjoyed many standing ovations from sell-out crowds both nationally and internationally. Successfully touring Australia twice, Aaron has also been a featured artist at The Parkes Elvis Festival for many years, made an appearance on Studio 10, and has been a featured artist on several Royal Caribbean cruises . “The Closest Tribute To The Big ‘O’, Anywhere On The Planet” Elvis Presley - Anthony Fenech Anthony is originally from Sydney NSW and pays an exciting tribute to Elvis Presley that captures the essence of the early Sun & Memphis era.. Considered to be one of the Top 50’s era Elvis Tribute acts in the country, Anthony has earnt himself multiple accolades and awards recently and is a much sought after act to appear on various cruise ships and theatre stages. Anthony’s latest achievements have seen him billed as a headline act at festivals throughout Australia and New Zealand. Anthony;s tribute to the King is packed with youthful raw energy and charisma. His dynamic show will take you back to an era of the 1950’s when Elvis first exploded on the scene and changed the face of popular music forever. Johnny Cash - Mark Vassallo Mark has been performing as Johnny Cash with his band Cash Only for 15 years. Over this time Mark and the Cash Only band have been one of the most popular shows at the Tamworth Country Festival playing to sell out crowds in Tamworth's leading venues for 12 consecutive years. Cash Only has also performed at many venues in Sydney and Regional NSW. Mark has also appeared in The Four Highwaymen line up at the Gympie Muster and has performed in Charity gigs for Father Chris Riley, Wesley mission and the Gut Foundation. Mark performs the full range of Cash's career from the early Sun records hits to the American Recordings and is regarded as one of Australia's leading Cash tribute artists. This Show is a must on your Entertainment calendar and one not to be missed!

Location Hopgood Theatre.

subvenue Auditorium

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Community

Proms in the South 2024

The OCCB is back by popular demand, bringing you a taste of the Proms. Join us for Proms in the South 2024. Bigger and better than ever. With the help of the Southern Singers we will be bringing you the Proms classics, along with some British favourites, plus a solo by the Mayor of OCC. Earlybird ticket prices (until 31/05/24): Adult - $25.00 Concession - $20.00 Ticket prices after 31/05/24: All tickets - $30.00

Location Hopgood Theatre.

subvenue Auditorium