DATESPreview: July 20 at 7:30pm Evenings: July 21, 27, 28, 29 Aug 3, 4, 5 at 7:30pmMatinees: July 22, 23, 29, 30, Aug 6 at 2:00 Charity fundraising performance for St Vincent de Paul Society: July 26 at 7:30pm. See below for information on the charity. Read More ...
Noosa Arts Theatre
One Act Play Festival – and the winners are:
1st prize Astro Cafe by Paul Clarke
2nd prize The Magpies by Paula-Mary Camilleri
3rd Prize Love Over a Barrel by Rob Selzer
Audience Choice: The Magpies
Best Actor: Tom Middleton (Love Over a Barrel)
Best Actress: Deb Ellison (Love Over a Barrel)
Best Director: Alison Venning (Love Over a Barrel)
Encouragement: Ava Crozier (Astro Cafe)
Best Ensemble: The Magpies
July 20 to August 6
September 21 to October 1
November 1 to November 18
Vinyl Dreams Book Launch
DATE Friday 9/6 at 6pm
Noosa Arts Theatre is pleased to host the launch of Tony Wellington’s latest book, Vinyl Dreams – how the 1970s changed music.
Brimming with beguiling stories and little-known details, Vinyl Dreams is a fast-paced romp through the musical decade that defined all that came after. From the golden age of progressive rock to the new wave revolution, it traces the transformations that reverberate through to today, showcasing the fervour and enduring legacy of the decade’s music.
“Happily shines a forensic light on the finest musicians of the age, while gleefully exposing the fakes, the frauds and the febrile”– Rob Hirst, founding member of Midnight Oil
“One thing I love about this book is how Tony Wellington humanises the rock star.”– Jon Coghill, Powderfinger drummer
The event will incorporate a rock quiz plus a special appearance by drummer Duncan McQueen, who was in the thick of it in the 70s, and who will demonstrate some of the rhythms of the era.
This event is brought to you by Annie’s Books on Peregian.
This is a free event however bookings with Annie’s Books on Peregian are essential. To do so please contact Annie’s Books on 5448 2053 or email@example.com
You are deceived everyday. In fact you like to be deceived. But who deceives you the most? Yourself.
All the deceiver has to do is to suggest you a story, you are the one who will narrate the rest.
Introducing Daniel Hidden’s new show, Seeing is beLIEving, where he will give you a glimpse into tricking the mind.
Who is Daniel Hidden?
Calling himself “A Deception Artist” Daniel Hidden is an astonishing new breed of magician who is taking magic to the next level and bringing the art into the 21st century. Inspired by the very best ones in the industry like Derren Brown and David Blaine, he creates his own original routines of outstanding deceptions presented by a unique and saucy showmanship. Now calling Australia home, this laid-back charismatic artist weaves a special blend of mind-blowing deceptions that include but are not limited to Mentalism, impossible feats and illusions, and razor-sharp sleight of hand. His interactive shows provide a crowd-pleasing experience that will leave you and your friends talking about the mysteries and fun for days and weeks to come.
“You wouldn’t think you would be laughing much in this show, but OMG this man is a comedian”
“The most interactive show I have ever seen.”
“A show of poetic deceptions”
“I think I’m never gonna forget tonight, this memory, I’m gonna remember for so long. I feel like a new person, my mind is open to more things.”
Includes one ticket, two pieces of merchandise and a chance to learn a trick from Daniel Hidden himself.
Running time 1hr 45mins inc interval
Not recommended for the faint-hearted or children under 16 years old.
Membership at Noosa Arts Theatre entitles you to: discount on ticket prices; regular newsletters; insurance cover while involved in Noosa Arts Theatre events; and discounts on ticket prices at some Sunshine Coast Theatre Alliance productions.