What’s on at the theatre, October 16, 2016

TALENTED: The Civic Theatre is bringing The McClymonts back to the city in 2017.

TALENTED: The Civic Theatre is bringing The McClymonts back to the city in 2017.

We had a staff meeting this week and we’re already calling 2017 the year of country music. 

The team was briefed on all the bookings and potential bookings already entered in next year’s schedule.

There are some quality acts coming through, most of the information is still under wraps but one of the shows went on sale yesterday.

The Civic Theatre is bringing The McClymonts back to the city in 2017. 

They are touring with a new album and will perform at the Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre on Saturday, April 8.

Endless is the trio’s fifth studio album and finds Brooke, Sam and Mollie delivering an album unlike anything they have done before.

To say that the girls are happy and grateful for where they are is an understatement and the album’s smash lead single House reinforces that with the lyrics “I used to always be thinking about everything I’m not, instead of everything I’ve got”.

Fans who caught the girls on their hugely successful 10 Years of Hits Tour were treated to a preview of the title track from the album, a beautiful ballad which is sure to tug at the heart strings.

In addition to the new songs, the girls from Grafton will also be performing a selection of hits spanning their 10-year career including Forever Begins Tonight, Kick It Up and Wrapped Up Good as well as some surprises, all delivered with their stunning trademark harmonies. and beautiful onstage presence.

The McClymonts are Australia’s number one country group with accolades including 10 Golden Guitar Awards, two ARIA Awards, an APRA Award as well as gold selling albums and a string of number one hit singles.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.civictheatre.com.au or at the Theatre’s Box Office by phoning 6926 9688.

PELVIS is the final concert in our Silver Circle Concert Series – these concerts feature quality entertainment during the day. 

THE KING: Jamie Way is bringing Pelvis to the Civic Theatre stage on December 14.

THE KING: Jamie Way is bringing Pelvis to the Civic Theatre stage on December 14.

However, we’re so excited about Jamie Way bringing Pelvis to the Civic Theatre stage that we’ve programmed an evening performance too.

There are hundreds and thousands of Elvis Presley impersonators but there is only one Pelvis.

Pelvis – The Man Who Would Be King, is a one-man comic musical of how a mild mannered nerdy geek, Aaron Tupelo, goes through the strange process of transforming into one of the greatest Elvis impersonators ever.

Featuring the amazing vocal and comic skills of Jamie Way, Pelvis is a musical treat bringing audiences 15 of the most popular Elvis Presley songs.

From his early beginnings of Heartbreak Hotel and Love Me Tender, to his movie collection of Jailhouse Rock and Viva Las Vegas, the Elvis songs rarely stop for breath.

Elvis’s love ballads, Are You Lonesome Tonight and I Can’t Help Falling In Love show the tender side of this musical legend, but Burning Love, That’s Alright Mama will bring the house down. 

Pelvis is a Peter Cox Production and a perfect pre-Christmas opportunity to get together with friends. 

Tickets are $22 for both concerts, with the morning concert at 11am including a complimentary morning tea. 

The bar will be open for 45 minutes before the evening performance, which is at 7.30pm,so you can organise a refreshing beverage and enjoy your drink while you’re watching the show.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.civictheatre.com.au or at the theatre’s Box Office by phoning 6926 9688.

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