Ian Moss sat centre stage at the Civic Theatre at the weekend and captivated an audience in the way only a seasoned professional could.
Showing no signs of slowing down, Moss interacted and conversed with the audience as he took them through a catalogue of his hits.
“He has this skill of not just going through the motions,” theatre marketing and education officer Isobel MacCallum said.
“He’s not just doing another show.
“He’s very well respected in the industry.”
Moss is just one of the impressive names hosted by the theatre in 2016 and not the last one to appear this year.
Todd McKenney will bring his Peter Allen show to the theatre this Friday.
“He is another performer that is incredibly accomplished,” Ms MacCallum said.
“I’m expecting to see that same joy of performing.”
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards in October, Australian Ballet and local community choir are big attractions for the rest of 2016.
“I think people want to see a range of stuff but it’s not necessarily the same audience,” Ms MacCallum said.
“You might be consuming the performances in different ways.”
The 2017 program is currently being finalised and will be released in the first week of December.