Event Image

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

Event Image
Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Maitland Town Hall , Shows On The Road

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Maitland Town Hall Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Maitland Town Hall

Event Image
The Arts Centre Port Noarlunga, Schools Show , SA Tix

Grug

Venue: The Arts Centre Port Noarlunga 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 The Arts Centre Port Noarlunga

subvenue Main Auditorium

Event Image
Lea Memorial Theatre , Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Lea Memorial Theatre Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Lea Memorial Theatre

Event Image

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

Event Image
Streaky Bay Institute Hall, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Streaky Bay Institute Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Streaky Bay Institute

Event Image
Nautilus Art Centre, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Nautilus Arts Centre Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Nautilus Art Centre

subvenue Nautilus Art Centre

Event Image
Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road, Burra Town Hall

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Burra Town Hall Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Burra Town Hall

Event Image
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

Event Image

Grug

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 Nautilus Art Centre

subvenue Nautilus Art Centre

Event Image
Tatiara Civic Centre, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Tatiara Civic Centre Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Tatiara Civic Centre

Event Image

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

Event Image
Eleanor Downs – Shearing Shed , Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

The Stringybark Quartet

Venue: Eleanor Downs Shearing Shed With thanks to the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Ronin Sanderson for loan to the Mary Pascoe Violin played by Emma Perkins” From Mozart to Katy Perry, Icelandic Hymns to Australian rock classics, it’s a string quartet like you’ve never heard before. In this intimate show, The Stringybark Quartet, known for their diverse repertoire, will take you on a musical adventure spanning classical, folk, pop and new music genres. Violinist, performer, and composer Belinda Gehlert will be joined on stage by violinist Emma Perkins, violist Linda Garret and cellist Gemma Phillips, who together will weave an evening of rich harmonies and soulful melodies, transporting audiences to another place and time. The Stringybark quartet will play a dynamic bespoke program in every town, chosen especially for you by your local community presenter group. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Eleanor Downs Shearing Shed

Event Image
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

Event Image
Robe Institute, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

The Stringybark Quartet

Venue: Robe Institute “With thanks to the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Ronin Sanderson for loan to the Mary Pascoe Violin played by Emma Perkins” From Mozart to Katy Perry, Icelandic Hymns to Australian rock classics, it’s a string quartet like you’ve never heard before. In this intimate show, The Stringybark Quartet, known for their diverse repertoire, will take you on a musical adventure spanning classical, folk, pop and new music genres. Violinist, performer, and composer Belinda Gehlert will be joined on stage by violinist Emma Perkins, violist Linda Garret and cellist Gemma Phillips, who together will weave an evening of rich harmonies and soulful melodies, transporting audiences to another place and time. The Stringybark quartet will play a dynamic bespoke program in every town, chosen especially for you by your local community presenter group. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Robe Institute

Event Image
SA Tix, Regal Theatre

Coal Miners Daughter

Venue: Regal Theatre, Kensington Park 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 Regal Theatre

subvenue Auditorium

Event Image
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

Event Image
Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Lameroo Memorial Hall , Shows On The Road

The Stringybark Quartet

Venue: Lameroo Memorial Hall “With thanks to the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Ronin Sanderson for loan to the Mary Pascoe Violin played by Emma Perkins” From Mozart to Katy Perry, Icelandic Hymns to Australian rock classics, it’s a string quartet like you’ve never heard before. In this intimate show, The Stringybark Quartet, known for their diverse repertoire, will take you on a musical adventure spanning classical, folk, pop and new music genres. Violinist, performer, and composer Belinda Gehlert will be joined on stage by violinist Emma Perkins, violist Linda Garret and cellist Gemma Phillips, who together will weave an evening of rich harmonies and soulful melodies, transporting audiences to another place and time. The Stringybark quartet will play a dynamic bespoke program in every town, chosen especially for you by your local community presenter group. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Lameroo Memorial Hall

Event Image
SA Tix, Memorial School Theatre, Kadina

Coal Miners Daughter

Venue: Memorial School Theatre, Kadina 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 Memorial School Theatre, Kadina

subvenue Theatre

Event Image
SA Tix, Light Church Auditorium

Coal Miners Daughter

Venue: Light Church Auditorium, Edithburgh 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 Light Church Auditorium

subvenue Main Auditorium

Event Image
SA Tix, Woodville Town Hall

Marcia Hines Still Shining:

Venue: Woodville Town Hall 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 Woodville Town Hall

subvenue Main Hall

Event Image
SA Tix, Norwood Concert Hall

Marcia Hines Still Shining:

Venue: Norwood Concert Hall 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 Norwood Concert Hall

subvenue Main Auditorium

Event Image
Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Ceduna Memorial Hall, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Ceduna Memorial Hall Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Ceduna Memorial hall

Event Image
Streaky Bay Institute Hall, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Streaky Bay Institute Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Streaky Bay Institute

Event Image
Nautilus Art Centre, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Nautilus Art Centre Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Nautilus Art Centre

Event Image
Lea Memorial Theatre , Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Lea Memorial Theatre Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Lea Memorial Theatre

Event Image
Country Arts SA Season, Warooka Memorial Hall, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Warooka Memorial Hall Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Warooka Memorial Hall

Event Image
Eleanor Downs – Shearing Shed , Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Eleanor Downs Shearing Shed, Pandana Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Eleanor Downs Shearing Shed

Event Image
SA Tix, Victa Cinema

Band of SA Police Christmas Concert 2024

Venue: Victa Cinema / Cinema 2 In Partnership with Band of The SA Police Get into the Christmas spirit with Australia’s oldest police band. Enjoy their extensive repertoire of classic carols and sing-a-longs for an morning of traditional cheer just in time for Santa. It’s the perfect way to kick off the festive season for the young and the young at heart. Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Victa Cinema

subvenue Cinema 2

Event Image
SA Tix, Norwood Concert Hall

Marina Prior & Michael Cormick

Venue: Norwood Concert Hall With an astonishing 50 stage productions combined, world-class and leading artists, MARINA PRIOR & MICHAEL CORMICK unite for their first full length tour titled ‘CENTRESTAGE’. Having been friends for decades, first performing together in the production of CATS in 1986, it’s now time they take their remarkable voices and stage craft on tour around the country. Touring Metro and Regional cities, in a 2-hour show, accompanied by renown pianist Andrew Ross (Barry Humphries, Dame Edna, Moulin Rouge, Miss Saigon), Marina & Michael will perform songs from their hit musicals, gorgeous duets, iconic show tunes plus their own personal and crowd favourites. The onstage chemistry is captivating. Marina Prior is regarded as Australia’s leading lady of musical theatre. Awarded with a Member of the Order of Australia in 2023, Marina is best known for her roles in Phantom of the Opera, Pirates of Penzances, Cats, Les Miserables, West Side Story, Guys & Dolls, Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music, Hello Dolly, Dream Lover, 9 To 5 The Musical but to name a few and performances with Richard Harris, Jose Carreras and Il Divo. Marina is an annual highlight of Carols By Candlelight, who also starred in the ABC television series The Divorce and released 14 albums thus far in her acclaimed career. Since 2017, Marina along with David Hobson have performed over 200 sell-out shows of their concert The 2 Of Us around the country. Michael Cormick, is an internationally renowned singer and actor with a diverse career throughout Australia, the United Kingdom and Europe. In Australia, he originated the role of The Beast in the original Australian production of Beauty & The Beast opposite Hugh Jackman. His other stage credits include The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Sunset Boulevard, Grease, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Mamma Mia!, La Cage aux Folles, The Rocky Horror Show, Annie, Cabaret, Jesus Christ Superstar and Pirates of Penzances. In the West End and internationally, Phantom of the Opera and Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White, Calamity Jane, Romeo & Juliet, Evita to name a few. Michael has performed with Freddie Mercury, Cliff Richard and the Royal Command performance. Michael’s TV credits include The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Reef Doctors, Sea Patrol, City Homicide, Prisoner, and many more. Come on a musical journey! Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Norwood Concert Hall

subvenue Main Auditorium

Event Image

Grug

Venue: Strathalbyn 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 Strathalbyn Town Hall

subvenue Auditorium

Select Dates

Select Time

Age Suitability

Filters

Event Image

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

Event Image
Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Maitland Town Hall , Shows On The Road

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Maitland Town Hall Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Maitland Town Hall

Event Image
The Arts Centre Port Noarlunga, Schools Show , SA Tix

Grug

Venue: The Arts Centre Port Noarlunga 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 The Arts Centre Port Noarlunga

subvenue Main Auditorium

Event Image
Lea Memorial Theatre , Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Lea Memorial Theatre Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Lea Memorial Theatre

Event Image

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

Event Image
Streaky Bay Institute Hall, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Streaky Bay Institute Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Streaky Bay Institute

Event Image
Nautilus Art Centre, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Nautilus Arts Centre Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Nautilus Art Centre

subvenue Nautilus Art Centre

Event Image
Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road, Burra Town Hall

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Burra Town Hall Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Burra Town Hall

Event Image
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

Event Image

Grug

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 Nautilus Art Centre

subvenue Nautilus Art Centre

Event Image
Tatiara Civic Centre, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Symphonie of the Bicycle

Venue: Tatiara Civic Centre Life is short, and the Tour de France is long. Over 200 years ago a volcano erupts over Indonesia spreading an ash cloud all the way to Europe, to the home of inventor Karl Von Drais. When his beloved horse passes away due to the ash, Karl struck by a moment of inspiration devises a two-wheeled man-powered mode of transport, the humble bicycle. Flash forward to the present day where we meet Hew, an aspiring cyclist stuck in a rut of dead-end jobs and missed opportunities. He harbours a pathological envy of his successful high school friend, Jake, now a professional cyclist. The story of Hew runs parallel with that of two-time Tour de France champion Gino Bartali, who risked his life during WWII to secretly transport documents to save Jewish people in Northern Italy. A chain of uphill battles, twists and turns leads to a most unlikely meeting on a mountain. Written by and starring Hew Parham, this gem of a show weaves together a series of outrageous characters and stories across time and space in an absurdly hysterical, yet ultimately moving portrait of the quest for glory and heroism. Directed by Adelaide legend Chris Drummond, Symphonie of the Bicycle is a funny, heartfelt show about cycling and obsession, envy, ambition, winning and losing, and finding the inner grit to dominate the mountain stages of life. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Tatiara Civic Centre

Event Image

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

Event Image
Eleanor Downs – Shearing Shed , Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

The Stringybark Quartet

Venue: Eleanor Downs Shearing Shed With thanks to the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Ronin Sanderson for loan to the Mary Pascoe Violin played by Emma Perkins” From Mozart to Katy Perry, Icelandic Hymns to Australian rock classics, it’s a string quartet like you’ve never heard before. In this intimate show, The Stringybark Quartet, known for their diverse repertoire, will take you on a musical adventure spanning classical, folk, pop and new music genres. Violinist, performer, and composer Belinda Gehlert will be joined on stage by violinist Emma Perkins, violist Linda Garret and cellist Gemma Phillips, who together will weave an evening of rich harmonies and soulful melodies, transporting audiences to another place and time. The Stringybark quartet will play a dynamic bespoke program in every town, chosen especially for you by your local community presenter group. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Eleanor Downs Shearing Shed

Event Image
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

Event Image
Robe Institute, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

The Stringybark Quartet

Venue: Robe Institute “With thanks to the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Ronin Sanderson for loan to the Mary Pascoe Violin played by Emma Perkins” From Mozart to Katy Perry, Icelandic Hymns to Australian rock classics, it’s a string quartet like you’ve never heard before. In this intimate show, The Stringybark Quartet, known for their diverse repertoire, will take you on a musical adventure spanning classical, folk, pop and new music genres. Violinist, performer, and composer Belinda Gehlert will be joined on stage by violinist Emma Perkins, violist Linda Garret and cellist Gemma Phillips, who together will weave an evening of rich harmonies and soulful melodies, transporting audiences to another place and time. The Stringybark quartet will play a dynamic bespoke program in every town, chosen especially for you by your local community presenter group. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Robe Institute

Event Image
SA Tix, Regal Theatre

Coal Miners Daughter

Venue: Regal Theatre, Kensington Park 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 Regal Theatre

subvenue Auditorium

Event Image
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

Event Image
Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Lameroo Memorial Hall , Shows On The Road

The Stringybark Quartet

Venue: Lameroo Memorial Hall “With thanks to the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Ronin Sanderson for loan to the Mary Pascoe Violin played by Emma Perkins” From Mozart to Katy Perry, Icelandic Hymns to Australian rock classics, it’s a string quartet like you’ve never heard before. In this intimate show, The Stringybark Quartet, known for their diverse repertoire, will take you on a musical adventure spanning classical, folk, pop and new music genres. Violinist, performer, and composer Belinda Gehlert will be joined on stage by violinist Emma Perkins, violist Linda Garret and cellist Gemma Phillips, who together will weave an evening of rich harmonies and soulful melodies, transporting audiences to another place and time. The Stringybark quartet will play a dynamic bespoke program in every town, chosen especially for you by your local community presenter group. Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Lameroo Memorial Hall

Event Image
SA Tix, Memorial School Theatre, Kadina

Coal Miners Daughter

Venue: Memorial School Theatre, Kadina 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 Memorial School Theatre, Kadina

subvenue Theatre

Event Image
SA Tix, Light Church Auditorium

Coal Miners Daughter

Venue: Light Church Auditorium, Edithburgh 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 Light Church Auditorium

subvenue Main Auditorium

Event Image
SA Tix, Woodville Town Hall

Marcia Hines Still Shining:

Venue: Woodville Town Hall 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 Woodville Town Hall

subvenue Main Hall

Event Image
SA Tix, Norwood Concert Hall

Marcia Hines Still Shining:

Venue: Norwood Concert Hall 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 Norwood Concert Hall

subvenue Main Auditorium

Event Image
Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Ceduna Memorial Hall, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Ceduna Memorial Hall Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Ceduna Memorial hall

Event Image
Streaky Bay Institute Hall, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Streaky Bay Institute Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Streaky Bay Institute

Event Image
Nautilus Art Centre, Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Nautilus Art Centre Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Nautilus Art Centre

Event Image
Lea Memorial Theatre , Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Lea Memorial Theatre Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Lea Memorial Theatre

Event Image
Country Arts SA Season, Warooka Memorial Hall, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Warooka Memorial Hall Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Warooka Memorial Hall

Event Image
Eleanor Downs – Shearing Shed , Country Arts SA Season, SA Tix, Shows On The Road

Nancy Bates: Still Talkin' Bout A Revolution

Venue: Eleanor Downs Shearing Shed, Pandana Barkindji woman, and esteemed singer-songwriter, Nancy Bates reflects on the songs of African-American singer Tracy Chapman, and their relevance to race relations, society, and politics in Australia today. Through eloquent storytelling and sharp wit, Nancy shares with the audience her hope and her pain, delivering a 'call to action' that is impossible to ignore. In this acclaimed show Nancy pays homage to her inspiration, delivering an outstanding musical performance and revolutionary experience. Accompanied by the talent Flik Freeman on bass, Nancy will guide the audience through some of Tracy Chapman’s most powerful ballads including, Fast Car, Give Me One Reason and Talkin’ Bout a Revolution. “Bates’ passion for Chapman’s music and her own belief that change needs to happen permeates throughout the show… you can’t help but embrace the excitement and vision that Bates was sharing.” Fontella Koleff, Heckler Tickets available at the Door (subject to availability) $5.00 extra all on pricing Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Shows On The Road

subvenue Eleanor Downs Shearing Shed

Event Image
SA Tix, Victa Cinema

Band of SA Police Christmas Concert 2024

Venue: Victa Cinema / Cinema 2 In Partnership with Band of The SA Police Get into the Christmas spirit with Australia’s oldest police band. Enjoy their extensive repertoire of classic carols and sing-a-longs for an morning of traditional cheer just in time for Santa. It’s the perfect way to kick off the festive season for the young and the young at heart. Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Victa Cinema

subvenue Cinema 2

Event Image
SA Tix, Norwood Concert Hall

Marina Prior & Michael Cormick

Venue: Norwood Concert Hall With an astonishing 50 stage productions combined, world-class and leading artists, MARINA PRIOR & MICHAEL CORMICK unite for their first full length tour titled ‘CENTRESTAGE’. Having been friends for decades, first performing together in the production of CATS in 1986, it’s now time they take their remarkable voices and stage craft on tour around the country. Touring Metro and Regional cities, in a 2-hour show, accompanied by renown pianist Andrew Ross (Barry Humphries, Dame Edna, Moulin Rouge, Miss Saigon), Marina & Michael will perform songs from their hit musicals, gorgeous duets, iconic show tunes plus their own personal and crowd favourites. The onstage chemistry is captivating. Marina Prior is regarded as Australia’s leading lady of musical theatre. Awarded with a Member of the Order of Australia in 2023, Marina is best known for her roles in Phantom of the Opera, Pirates of Penzances, Cats, Les Miserables, West Side Story, Guys & Dolls, Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music, Hello Dolly, Dream Lover, 9 To 5 The Musical but to name a few and performances with Richard Harris, Jose Carreras and Il Divo. Marina is an annual highlight of Carols By Candlelight, who also starred in the ABC television series The Divorce and released 14 albums thus far in her acclaimed career. Since 2017, Marina along with David Hobson have performed over 200 sell-out shows of their concert The 2 Of Us around the country. Michael Cormick, is an internationally renowned singer and actor with a diverse career throughout Australia, the United Kingdom and Europe. In Australia, he originated the role of The Beast in the original Australian production of Beauty & The Beast opposite Hugh Jackman. His other stage credits include The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Sunset Boulevard, Grease, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Mamma Mia!, La Cage aux Folles, The Rocky Horror Show, Annie, Cabaret, Jesus Christ Superstar and Pirates of Penzances. In the West End and internationally, Phantom of the Opera and Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White, Calamity Jane, Romeo & Juliet, Evita to name a few. Michael has performed with Freddie Mercury, Cliff Richard and the Royal Command performance. Michael’s TV credits include The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Reef Doctors, Sea Patrol, City Homicide, Prisoner, and many more. Come on a musical journey! Transaction fees apply: Online $2.50 – Counter/Phone $3.50

Location Norwood Concert Hall

subvenue Main Auditorium

Event Image

Grug

Venue: Strathalbyn 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 Strathalbyn Town Hall

subvenue Auditorium