What's On

Saturday 20 April 2024 An 80's Mixed Tape Musical

All Fired Up

by Rachel Terry and Roz Pappalardo

Meet Tammy Tooth who's on the brink of a most epic existential midlife crisis. An unexpected quirk of fate sends her back in time to come face to face with her 15-year-old self in her teenage bedroom, giving her the chance to ask the big questions, remember what makes her tick and help her reclaim her passion for life.

Saturday 27 April 2024 Vanessa Larry Mitchell

On My Dildo

Fabulous, filthy and downright hilarious! Brace yourselves for a wild ride of side-splitting hilarity with the modern-day Queen of Sass, as she takes you on a laugh-out-loud adventure of her trials and tribulations of parenting, dating and all things female.

Sunday 28 April 2024 Good Company Entertainment Presents

The Joe Cocker Experience

Don’t miss this 9 piece powerhouse band performing the biggest hits of the man who is still recognized as the most iconic cover singer of all time. Once we heard a song recreated by the rock soul voice of Joe Cocker, it was his way we forever wanted to hear it. Fronted by Australia’s very own Chev Wilson whose whiskey infused timbre and uncanny natural likeness to a young Joe breathe new life into famous hits “Leave Your Hat On, You Are So beautiful, Up Where We Belong, Hitchcock Railway, Delta Lady, Unchain my heart, The Letter, With a Little Help from My Friends and many more!

Sunday 5 May 2024 Live Performance on Screen

NT LIVE: The Motive and the Cue

Sam Mendes (The Lehman Trilogy) directs Mark Gatiss as John Gielgud and Johnny Flynn as Richard Burton in this fierce and funny new play. 1964: Richard Burton, newly married to Elizabeth Taylor, is to play the title role in an experimental new Broadway production of Hamlet under John Gielgud’s exacting direction. But as rehearsals progress, two ages of theatre collide and the collaboration between actor and director soon threatens to unravel.

Thursday 9 May 2024 BMEC Education 2024

You Are A Doughnut

That Science Gang

From the creators of the multi-award-winning The Alphabet of Awesome Science comes a brand new biological-musical-comedy-adventure that explores the ins and outs of the human digestive system.

Thursday 16 May 2024 BMEC and Lingua Franca present

Highway of
Lost Hearts

By Mary Anne Butler with original live music by Smith & Jones

A woman. A dog. A campervan. And 4,500km of wide-open road. After a celebrated season at BMEC in 2021, Lingua Franca's critically acclaimed production is hitting the road on a NSW wide tour. Back for one night only, join us as we send off Kate Smith and Smith & Jones to share this Bathurst-made production with audiences around the state. 

Friday 17 - Saturday 18 May 2024 BMEC Education 2024

The Trojan

A Slightly Isolated Dog

Suitable for Stages 5 & 6, this is a masterclass in taking a topic that might send the most engaged student to sleep, and turns it into an hilarious, much talked of lesson in group devised work, comedy, slapstick, clowning and joyous theatre making!

Friday 17 - Saturday 18 May 2024 A Slightly Isolated Dog

The Trojan

Public Performances

Using a cast of faux-French performers, The Trojan War is a joyful, raucous celebration of our ridiculous lives: using this classic tale of gods and heroes to playfully explore questions around the current chaos of our times.

Monday 20 May 2024 - Tuesday 21 May 2024 BMEC Education 2024

Creative Writing Workshops 2024

An incredible opportunity to spend a full day accessing some of the best Australian Young Adult authors for potential young authors of the future. Suitable for students in years 10, 11 and 12, these workshops are not HSC or curriculum based but focused on the creative writing process with ample opportunity for students to write during the workshops. The focus is for students to have the opportunity to be immersed in the writing process.

Tuesday 21 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Human Library

A Human Library is a library where real people are on loan, creating a safe, conversational space where topics are discussed openly between a 'human book' and a reader (community member). Each human book is a distinctive story that details their lived experience of belonging, diversity and inclusion. Come find out first-hand about some of the unique life stories of people living in your Bathurst community.

Tuesday 21 - Wednesday 22 May 2024 Shake & Stir Theatre Co


By Shannon Molloy, Adapted by Shake & Stir with Shannon Molloy

Based on the best-selling memoir by award-winning journalist Shannon Molloy, Fourteen is the inspirational true story of growing up in central Queensland (it could be Bathurst), transformed into a powerful must-see theatre production by nationally acclaimed Shake & Stir Theatre Co.

Wednesday 22 May, 2024 BMEC Education 2024


Shake & Stir Theatre Co

Shannon Molloy is a year 9 student at an all-boys, rugby-mad Catholic school in regional Queensland (it could be Bathurst), with a secret that no one can ever find out. This performance is for secondary schools - Stages 5 and 6.

Thursday 23 May 2024 BMEC Education 2024

Sharp Short Story

Humans have been sharing stories with one another for forever. The kind of stories we have told have taken many forms full of imagination and creativity. As storytelling is a performance, Sharp Short Story aims to encourage not only the writing of new stories but also the theatrical presentation of those stories. Suitable for Stages 3 – 6.

Thursday 23 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Julia Baird

Bright Shining

Hear from broadcaster and Phosphorescence author Julia Baird, whose latest book, Bright Shining, is a beautiful, timely exploration of that most mysterious but necessary human quality: grace. With Jacqueline Maley.

Thursday 23 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Viet Thanh

A Man of Two Faces

Hear celebrated author Viet Thanh Nguyen, hailed as “a conscience of American literature” (The New Yorker), discuss his new work with writer and broadcaster Benjamin Law.

Thursday 23 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Suzie Miller:
Prima Facie

Hosted by Nicole Abadee

Put the courts on trial with lawyer turned Olivier Award–winning playwright Suzie Miller as she discusses novelising her theatrical triumph that tackles sexual assault. In conversation with Nicole Abadee. Suzie Miller is an Australian contemporary international playwright, screenwriter and novelist. Prima Facie is her first novel. Her work has been produced around the world, winning multiple prestigious awards, including the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play 2023 for her smash hit one-woman play Prima Facie, which had a sold out season on London's West End and Broadway New York.

Thursday 23 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Julian Borger

I Seek a Kind Person

“I seek a kind person who will educate my intelligent boy, aged 11.” An extraordinary 1938 personal advertisement that started Julian Borger’s quest into his father’s past and the story of Holocaust survival. With Michaela Kalowski.

Thursday 23 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Sophie Hansen

In Conversation - What Can I Bring?

Enjoy an evening with bestselling author and beloved country cook, Sophie Hansen, in-conversation with Peter Harrison (Fish River Roasters), about her latest cookbook, What Can I Bring?. Hear about the beautiful, seasonal recipes from the book, the local friends and cooks who inspired them, the process behind bringing the book together, and lots more!

Thursday 23 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Fantastical Worlds

Garth Nix, Shelley Parker-Chan, Samantha Shannon hosted by Aimée Lindorff

Imagine another world with popular fantasy authors Garth Nix (The Old Kingdom series), Shelley Parker-Chan (The Radiant Emperor duology) and Samantha Shannon (The Roots of Chaos series). Hosted by Aimée Lindorff. 

Thursday 23 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Love and Longing

Christos Tsiolkas and K Patrick hosted by Madeleine Gray

Swoon with K Patrick (Mrs S) and Christos Tsiolkas (The In-Between) in this beautiful discussion of romance, desire and the pleasures of writing queer love stories. With Madeleine Gray.

Friday 24 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

A.C. Grayling

The Meaning of Life in a Technological Age

The quest for a life worth living has been the business of philosophers for millennia. How can we pursue answers to life’s big questions in an increasingly unstable technological age? Join pre-eminent philosopher A.C. Grayling for this special talk.

Friday 24 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

The War on Journalists

Julian Borger, John Lyons, Alisa Sopova and Anastasia Taylor-Lind. Hosted by Hamish Macdonald

With conflict continuing in Ukraine, and the death toll of journalists in Gaza reaching alarming proportions, we look at the role of journalists in war. Featuring Julian Borger, John Lyons, Alisa Sopova and Anastasia Taylor-Lind. Hosted by Hamish Macdonald.

Friday 24 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event



Explore his writing and unpack the legacies of empire with acclaimed writer Abdulrazak Gurnah, whose 10th novel explores displacement, loss and love during and after German occupation of East Africa. With Sisonke Msimang.

Friday 24 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event


Sisonke Msimang, Hannah Ferguson and Jennifer Robinson. Hosted by Jo Dyer

Four waves in, the feminist fight for gender equality is far from over. This panel brings together the powerful and incendiary feminist voices of Hannah Ferguson, Sisonke Msimang and Jennifer Robinson. Hear from these leading writers and activists who between them offer daring feminist opinions on topics ranging from freedom of speech, right-wing politics, racism, xenophobia, belonging and identity, taboos around sex and pleasure, as well as the legal judgements that continue to silence and disadvantage women.

Friday 24 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Sky Country

Official Opening

Sky Country: Join us for an evening with Gamilaroi astrophysicist Karlie Noon as she shares captivating insights into Aboriginal Sky Country. Karlie will lead us on a journey through the Indigenous cosmos, unveiling the profound relevance of ancient wisdom in navigating modern-day problems.

Friday 24 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event


Maeve Marsden, J.M. Field, George Haddad, Bebe Oliver, K Patrick and Samantha Shannon

Celebrating the culture and creativity of the LGBTQI+ community one true story at a time, Queerstories has played to crowds big and small, from Mudgee to Murwillumbah, Albury to Adelaide, Brisbane and beyond. Featuring J.M. Field, George Haddad, Bebe Oliver, K Patrick and Samantha Shannon.

Saturday 25 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Celeste Ng: Our Missing Hearts

Hosted by Claire Nichols

Sit down with New York Times bestselling author Celeste Ng, whose smash hit Little Fires Everywhere was adapted into a miniseries starring Reese Witherspoon. Listen in as she discusses her new dystopian novel with Claire Nichols.

Saturday 25 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Charmaine Ledden-Lewis Children’s Illustrator

Children’s illustrator Charmaine Ledden-Lewis is a proud Bundjalung woman, artist and illustrator. Her new illustrated book Ask Aunty - Seasons is a delightful and educational picture book for children aged 5 to 10 years that introduces First Nations seasonal calendars. Join Charmaine for a fun, creative and passionate family friendly session at the library, with live illustration demonstrations!

Saturday 25 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Great Books You Might Have Missed

Jen Barry and Lisa Holloway

There’s always so many terrific books that pass us by whilst we’re reading other wonderful books. Enjoy hearing Jen Barry and Lisa Holloway chatting about some of the great books you may have missed in the last year and some to look forward to later this year.

Saturday 25 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Trent Dalton:
From Eli to Lola

Hosted by Cassie McCullagh

Trent Dalton, award-winning author of Boy Swallows Universe (now a hit Netflix series) returns with Lola in the Mirror, a big, beautiful novel about grappling with our past, present and possible futures. In conversation with Cassie McCullagh.

Saturday 25 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Rural Crime

A Cross Examination

Three wonderful crime writers, whose books are set in the Central West and Far West areas, explore why rural crime novels are so popular, and what makes them so good to write! Hear authors Aoife Clifford (It Takes A Town); James McKenzie Watson (Denizen), and Rhys Gard (Four Dogs Missing), as they chat with Jen Barry.

Saturday 25 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event


Leigh Sales and Lisa Millar

ABC legends Leigh Sales (Storytellers) and Lisa Millar (Muster Dogs) unpack the craft of turning real life events into narrative, drawing from their recent books and a combined 65 years in journalism.

Saturday 25 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival


From Journalism to Fiction

Hear authors Tracy Sorensen and Kirsty Jagger discuss the ways in which their work as journalists has informed their successful writing journeys, and what lies behind their desire to write fiction.

Saturday 25 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Bringing the
Past to Life

Francesca de Tores, Mirandi Riwoe and Abraham Verghese

Be transported by authors Francesca de Tores (Saltblood), Mirandi Riwoe (Sunbirds) and Abraham Verghese (The Covenant of Water) as they discuss the power of historical fiction. With ABC RN’s Kate Evans.

Saturday 25 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Unstoppable Stories

Wiradyuri Resistance and Aboriginal Political Activism

This year 2024 marks 200 years since Gudyarra (the Bathurst War) and the declaration of martial law on Wiradyuri Homelands, as well as 100 years since the formation of the Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association, the countries first politically organised Aboriginal activist group. As part of “Dhuluny 1824-2024 - 200 years of Wiradyuri resistance”, the Wiradyuri Traditional Owners Central West Aboriginal Corporation (WTOCWAC) invite you to reflect on stories of Wiradyuri resistance and Aboriginal political activism, with a panel featuring several important First Nations Elders, historians and activists who will consider how the long political resistance to colonisation should be commemorated, and how it continues to this day.

Saturday 25 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event


Old God's Time

Sit down with Ireland’s Fiction Laureate Sebastian Barry and host Kate Evans to discuss the Booker Prize longlisted Old God’s Time, followed by a live performance of Kol Nidrei, Op. 47 by Max Bruch arranged for cello and piano with Melissa Barnard and Lee Dionne from the ACO. Sebastian appears via video link

Saturday 25 May 2024 Mitchell Conservatorium of Music presents

Big Band Blast Gala Concert

featuring the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Jazz Orchestra and Special Guests

As part of the 3 day Big Band Blast conference weekend, the Big Band Blast Gala Concert features the amazing talents of the Sydney Conservatorium Jazz Orchestra directed by David Theak, with special performances by the Big Band Blast clinicians - John Morrison (drums), Jacki Cooper (vocals), Andrew Robertson (sax) and Eric Dunan (trumpet).

Sunday 26 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Great Festival Read

And In Conversation with Kylie Needham

This hugely popular feature of the local program sees booklovers reading the same book in the lead-up to the Festival weekend. Read the book then attend the event where a panel discusses the book selected for each year. For 2024, the Great Festival Read title is Girl in a Pink Dress by Kylie Needham. The panellists are Genevieve Carroll (artist); Maryanne Jacques (Arts OutWest); Paul Stafford (author and educator), and Jac Underwood (journalist and CSU Alumni). Hosted by Jen Barry. This session is followed by an In Conversation session with the author Kylie Needham at 10:30am.

Sunday 26 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Play Like a Girl

Chloe Dalton, Anna Meares and Jana Pittman hosted by Tracey Holmes

Cheer on the athletes kicking goals for women’s sport. Olympic rugby gold medalist Chloe Dalton (Girls Don’t Play Sport), Australia’s most decorated cycling Olympian Anna Meares, and world champion pro-athlete Jana Pittman (Enough) chat with host Tracey Holmes.

Sunday 26 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Let’s Talk

An In Conversation About Powerful Conversations

Since publishing her book, Rebel Talk, The Art of Powerful Conversations in 2020 Jane Hutcheon is on a mission to talk about difficult conversations. In this invigorating, in-person, in-conversation group chat, the former ABC journalist and creator/presenter of One Plus One needs audience participation to help her unpack some difficult conversations with warmth, humour, candour and curiosity for an in-conversation about what it means to be human today.

Sunday 26 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Kickstarting Your Creative Drive

Creative Writing Workshop with Kim Kelly

Whether you’re well advanced with your writing project or at the beginning, this workshop will be fun and inspiring, and will give you a handy set of writing tools to take away, to use whenever you need a kickstart again.

Sunday 26 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

David Wengrow

The Dawn of Everything

Transform your understanding of human evolution with professor of archaeology David Wengrow, whose groundbreaking work with the late David Graeber overturns theories on the origins of farming, cities, democracy, slavery and civilisation itself. In conversation with ABC RN’s Richard Fidler.

Sunday 26 May 2024 Bathurst Writers' & Readers' Festival

Audiobooks Panel

'Reading' for the Ears

The listening experience is such a rich one when you have a great audiobook. Find out what‘s involved in bringing them to life, what makes or breaks a book for both a listener and an author, and why they are so popular.

Sunday 26 May 2024 A Sydney Writers’ Festival Live & Local Livestream event

Dark Technologies

Exposing the Technology of Modern Warfare

Hear about the role of emerging technologies in conflict and occupation with Walkley Award–winning journalist Antony Loewenstein (The Palestine Laboratory), artificial intelligence expert Toby Walsh (Faking It) and host Michael Richardson.

Tuesday 28 May 2024 Grand Kyiv Ballet of Ukraine Present

Forest Song and Don Quixote

By popular demand, The Grand Kyiv Ballet of Ukraine will return to Australia in May, June and July 2024. They will present again their double bill of Forest Song & Don Quixote. The audience response to their performances in 2023 was literally amazing with standing ovations following every performance.  

Wednesday 29 May 2024 BMEC Education 2024

Sharp Short Theatre

Regional Heat

A short play competition for under 18s, suitable for Stages 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. Plays must be 10 minutes or under and can come from any theatrical genre, giving the students a chance to play to their strengths, speak their minds, and let their imaginations run wild!

Thursday 30 May 2024 Yarns and Yodels Tour

Brad Cox

With Special Guests

Brad Cox, known for his authentic spirit and down-to-earth persona, has become a prominent figure in the Australian music scene. His third studio album, 'Acres,’ not only topped the ARIA Country Charts but has been coupled with the overwhelming success of the 'Acres Tour’. The tour saw packed houses across metro and regional Australia, selling 30,000 tickets in 2023, and solidifying his status as one of the country's most celebrated musicians. Fans can look forward to a rich and diverse showcase of Brad's talents, spanning from upbeat country pop to moving piano ballads. More than just a musical journey, Brad's performances are infused with his distinctive and humorous storytelling. This combination promises not only a much loved singalong, but also a bloody good laugh.

Friday 31 May 2024 The Robertson Brothers

Variety TV Show

Following their sold-out national tour in 2023, Australia's new 'Kings of Variety Television' are back in 2024 with a brand-new show! The Robertson Brothers are thrilled to be returning with their new heart-warming and uplifting 1960’s Variety TV Show! 

Wednesday 5 June 2024

Cael O’Donnell – Celebrity Psychic Medium

Australia’s #1 Psychic Medium

Prepare to be spellbound by the mesmerizing live encounter of Cael O'Donnell – With his signature magnetic stage presence, Cael is gracing our town for one-night-only. Get ready for an evening filled with Psychic ability that’s absolutely unmissable! Cael, the Psychic everyone's talking about with 1.1 million followers worldwide and featured regularly on Australian TV, is set to captivate you with heartfelt messages that touch your soul and lift your spirits. He's not just a psychic; he possesses a gift that's often described as “off the charts”. Picture a night where hope takes centre stage – this isn't just 'another psychic show'; it's an unforgettable experience that will have you buzzing with excitement and reminiscing with mates for decades to come! 

Saturday 8 June 2024 Mattersphere Presents

Band Out of Hell

A Meat Loaf Tribute

Welcome to the world of Band Out Of Hell, the premier tribute to the legendary Meat Loaf, where every chord struck and note sung is a testament to the enduring legacy of one of rock's most dynamic figures. Our journey began from a shared passion for Meat Loaf's iconic music and the theatrical storytelling that defined his career. Each member of Band Out Of Hell brings a unique talent and a shared devotion to recreating the intensity and emotion of Meat Loaf's hits.

Sunday 9 June 2024 Live Performance On Screen

NT Live: Nye

By Tim Price

Michael Sheen plays Nye Bevan in a surreal and spectacular journey through the life and legacy of the man who transformed Britain’s welfare state. From campaigning at the coalfield to leading the battle to create the National Health Service, Aneurin ‘Nye’ Bevan is often referred to as the politician with greatest influence over the UK without ever being Prime Minister.

Saturday 15 June 2024 Kym Halpin in association with SK Entertainment presents

The Tap Pack

Following sold-out shows and rave reviews around the world, Australia’s hottest tap dance sensation, The Tap Pack, is coming to Bathurst. A show of pure entertainment inspired by the legendary kings of swing, the Rat Pack, The Tap Pack mix slick humour, high-energy entertainment, and world-class tap dance!

Saturday 22 June 2024 Century Entertainment presents

Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase Tour 2024

The Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase Tour will be tearing up the freeways of Australia. Boasting a line-up of festival favourites and some of the freshest emerging talents, this jam-packed night of pure entertainment is bringing the best of the fest direct to you! 

Sunday 23 June 2024

MET Opera: Madama Butterfly

Puccini’s devastating opera of unrequited love between a young Japanese girl and an American naval officer is one of the world’s most popular (and tragic) operas. Captured live in New York from The MET Opera and screened at BMEC, this will be a stunning production not to be missed. 

Friday 28 June 2024

The Divine Miss Bette

Presented by Tenacious C Presents and Hey Dowling in Association with The Harbour Agency

A spectacularly joyous music and comedy event featuring multiple award-winner Catherine Alcorn channeling the legendary Bette Midler. Backed by an all-star live band and dancers, don’t miss your chance to catch the magnificent The Divine Miss Bette in this thrilling concert experience.

Sunday 30 June 2024 Showtime Australia presents

TINA The Ulimate Tribute to the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll

Get the electrifying concert experience of Tina Turner, brimming with Tina hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s & 90s. The powerful raspy vocals, high-intensity dancing and thrilling stage presence of Caroline Borole live on stage, plus band, brass section, backing vocalists and dancers, making this the definitive tribute and a fabulous night out!

Saturday 6 July 2024 Run Like Hell present

Dark Side of the Moon

A Tribute to Pink Floyd

The concert is complete with lighting, visceral animated backdrops, searing guitar solos, sassy sax and backing vocalists. Run Like Hell found success in 2022 and 2023 recreating the Wish You Were Here album to raptured Canberra audiences. In November 2023 the band sold out their show at the Canberra Southern Cross Club performing the Dark Side of the Moon. Capturing the attention of Floyd fans is one thing, but seeing audience goers visibly emotional with joy is another. This is testament to the quality of the band’s musicianship, their connection with the music, but most of all their connection with uncompromising Floyd fans. Run Like Hell are a Floydian experience not to be missed

Friday 12 July 2024 GSM Presents

Best Of The Bee Gees Show

25th Anniversary Show

“I’ve never seen a more professional tribute to the Bee Gees with those beautiful harmonies which are so difficult to achieve.  They have worked hard to reproduce the unique sound of my brothers. So tastefully done.  Absolutely brilliant and I didn’t want to leave. If you’re a Bee Gees fan, this is the concert for you.”   Lesley Evans (Gibb)  The Best of the Bee Gees Show has brought audiences hustling to their feet at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena, Brisbane’s Queensland Performing Arts Centre, The Star Gold Coast, Sydney’s State Theatre and the Perth Concert Hall. 

Friday 19 July 2024 BMEC and Premier Artists presents

Karise Eden

Supported by Lueth Ajak

Shooting to fame at the age of 19 with a viral audition video that now has over 50 million views on YouTube, Karise Eden has arguably one of Australia’s most distinctive voices, with two ARIA Awards, gold and platinum records and multiple Top 5 positions in the ARIA and AIR charts.  Often compared with the likes of Adele and Amy Winehouse, the formidable singer-songwriter’s first indie release in 2022, “Into The Black” also featured an AIR No. 1 single. 

Saturday 20 July 2024

Women Like Us

A Stand Up Comedy Show

Mandy Nolan and Ellen Briggs are Women Like Us, two of the most sought after comedians in Australia. They have sold out this show over 300 times, earned several 5-Star Reviews at Adelaide Fringe Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival and in 2024 this powerhouse duo are bringing their hilarious show to Logan Entertainment Centre for one night only!

Thursday 25 July 2024 A-List Entertainment presents

Jimeoin – Who’s Your Man?!

See the man who is regarded as one of the top stand-up comedians on the planet LIVE in his hilarious new show. Who’s your man? Why, it’s Jimeoin, of course!

Friday 2 August 2024 Premier Artists presents

Forever 80s

The Best of The 80s Tour

Direct from sell out Australian shows, Australia’s number one '80s touring show, Forever 80s™ is coming to Bathurst for one unforgettable night. Turn back time and sing along to Wham!, Whitney Houston, Billy Idol, A-ha, Tina Turner, Prince, Cindy Lauper, Bon Jovi and more.

Saturday 3 August 2024 Alist.com Presents

Ross Noble – Jibber Jabber Jamboree

With an on-stage presence like no other, his exuberance, spontaneity and cerebral style have established him as one of The World's best-loved comedians. Freewheeling and off the cuff join the master surrealist as he uses an infinite imagination and plenty of tomfoolery in a night not to be missed.  This is a chance to see Noble live on stage in his natural habitat. 

Friday 9 August 2024 BMEC Education 2024

The Gruffalo

A CDP with Tall Stories' Production

After sell-out seasons across the world, including London’s West End & Broadway, The Gruffalo returns to Australia! Join Mouse on a daring adventure through the deep, dark wood in this magical, musical adaptation of the classic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

Saturday 10 August 2024 Carter Entertainment Presents

Creedence Clearwater Collective

We invite you to join us for a night of Creedence Clearwater  Revival and John Fogerty, as we celebrate the music of one of the world’s most iconic bands–from the songs they wrote, to the songs covered, to the songs they wrote for others.

Sunday 15 September 2024 Dance Partner Productions present

Burn the Floor ‘Dare to Dream’

Featuring Phil Burton from Human Nature

Headlined by the incredible Vocals of Human Nature’s Phil Burton,   The fearless reality of Burn the Floor in 2024 is reflected in the dancer’s mantra “be Brave, no Boundaries, Dare to Dream” as they push the extremes in bringing their famous, infectious, rebellious energy to the stage every single night. 

Tuesday 17 September 2024 BMEC Education 2024

Slap. Bang. Kiss.

A Melbourne Theatre Company Production

Exploring themes of activism, community and hope, SLAP. BANG. KISS. tracks three young people whose stories kick-start a series of events none of them could have anticipated, transforming them into global symbols of revolution. But when their stories go viral and the whole world is watching, what will they do next?

Wednesday 18 September 2024 Abstract Touring Presents

Elvis an American Trilogy

Direct from the United States

Elvis: An American Trilogy presents Aloha From Hawaii starring Steve Michaels, Louis Brown and Michael Chambliss Due to overwhelming demand, Elvis: An American Trilogy, the show that embodies the essence of ‘The King’ is back. The show that takes the audience on a spellbinding journey through the many eras of the legendary Elvis Presley. The show begins with Louis Brown who captures the audience with his raw rockabilly sound and signature dance moves. Michael Chambliss takes the role of Elvis in his movie years and the ‘68 Comeback Special as he effortlessly recreates the straight-out-of-the-army look and into the black leather, personifying this period with all the songs and sex appeal that was Elvis.

Friday 20 September 2024 BMEC Education 2024


An Erth Visual & Physical Inc Production

Showcasing exquisite puppetry, an enigmatic host, audience interaction and a world of rare and exotic animals, ARC is a profound experience that embraces the natural world and the creatures that cohabit this place we call Earth. Suitable for Stages 2, 3 and 4.

Saturday 21 - Sunday 22 September 2024 Victorian State Ballet Presents

Beauty and the Beast

One of the world’s most loved fairy tale classics is retold through a superb production featuring classical ballet skill and choreography which honours the spirit of this magical story - an inspiring, impacting, entertaining and memorable experience for the whole family! The Victorian State Ballets ‘Beauty & the Beast’ features a top cast of leading classical ballet artists from across Australia and abroad

Friday 25 October 2024 BMEC Education 2024

Past the Shallows

An Australian Theatre for Young People & Archipelago Production

Adapted by playwright Julian Larnach from Favel Parrett’s award-winning debut novel, Past the Shallows is an ode to brotherhood and a heart wrenching, lyrical exploration of mortality, family secrets and the capacity for both brutality and tenderness within contemporary masculinity.

Sunday 27 October 2024

The Roy Orbison Story

Experience the wonder of Roy Orbison in this brilliant theatrical portrayal of the man, his music, his voice, & his life. You will find yourself believing you are in his presence, transported back in time, reliving the emotion of each of his songs & the stories of his life. Mark Shelley is simply brilliant in his characterisation of Roy. He not only has the vocal range & tone to honour his songs, he also has the sensitivity & artistic ability to ‘be’ Roy.

Friday 15 November 2024 Carter Entertainment Presents

The Beach Boys Experience

Pick up some Good Vibrations at this unforgettable celebration dedicated to the music of The Beach Boys Come have some Fun, Fun, Fun at the coolest, hippest, most far- out concert this year!


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