Friday 11 December – Sunday 20 December
Directed by Pat Slattery Allo Allo is based on the hugely successful British television series that ran for seven seasons, this uproarious comedy relates the adventures of a hapless cafe owner, Rene, in occupied France.
A Christmas Tale
Thursday 17 December
(French with English subtitles)
Starring Mathieu Almaric, Catherine Deneuve, Emmanuelle Devos in Arnaud Desplechin’s beguiling A Christmas Tale (Un conte de Noël). Catherine Deneuve brings her legendary poise to the role of Junon, matriarch of the troubled Vuillard family, who come together at Christmas after she learns she needs a bone marrow transplant from a blood relative. That simple family reunion setup, however, can’t begin to describe the unpredictable, emotional, inventive, magical drama that’s equal parts merriment and melancholy.
Rainbow Crossing Inc Presents
Snow Queen’s Aussie Freezing Show
Thursday 12 January
Sydney’s sell-out interactive show with lots of singing, dancing and special characters that will enchant children these school holidays as they help their favourite snow queen recover her lost magic wand so that they can all play in magical FALLING SNOW.
There’s a special pre-show singalong to your favourite songs from Frozen hosted by The Presenters.
CHATS Productions Present
Saturday 16 – Sunday 17 January
Living legends of Australian circus strut their stuff; proving that the Golden Years are just the beginning of new adventures.
Deb Batton and Sue Broadway, fellow artists and special guests will charm you with their wit, fearless presence, and some good old classic circus tricks.
2016 Luna Grand ‘Chase the World’ Single Tour
Friday 19 February
Embarking on their first ever tour as Luna Grand to celebrate their single release “Chase The world”, Sydney band formally known as Uncle Jed are itching to hit the road and show everyone their new creations as well as some favourites from their latest EP “Patience Love”.
Special guest support from X Factor’s Micheal Duchesne
Wes Carr Presents
Here Comes The Sun
Friday 29 April
‘Here Comes The Sun’ showcases much loved Australian singer songwriter Wes Carr interpreting George Harrison’s songbook – taking on such chart topping classics as ‘My Sweet Lord’ and ‘What is Life’, and The Beatles classic ’Something’, a song which Frank Sinatra deemed ‘the greatest love song ever written’. The show sees Wes sharing intimate tales from George Harrison himself, loosely based on interviews George gave throughout his life. Storytelling is what Wes does best, and this is a truly unique story, celebrating the essence of an incredible artist from a musician’s perspective.
* Please note that Wes Carr presents Here Comes The Sun is not endorsed by or connected with the estate of George Harrison or the Harrison family.