The Moncrieff Entertainment Centre has plenty of great entertainment on the program in June from free movie screenings to live music and dance.
The Moncrieff is Bundaberg's premier destination for performing arts and entertainment. Here's what to expect:
Tully // Free Community Movie
Wednesday 5 June, 10.00am
Charlize Theron is dynamite as Marlo, a mother struggling to deal with two toddlers and a newborn. When Marlo’s brother gifts her a nanny named Tully, her life suddenly changes.
Tully is young, radiant and energetic, helping with demands of motherhood. But what happens when Tully has to move on?
Friday 7 June, 7.30pm
The Johnny Cash and June Carter show. Take a step back in time to when country music told a true story of life, love and heartache. From the famous Walk The Line and Folsom Prison Blues to the iconic Ring of Fire.
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote // MCS
Sunday 9 June, 2pm
Moncrieff Cinema Society presents The Man Who Killed Don Quixote/L'homme qui tua Don Quichotte (2017)In English and Spanish with English subtitles.
Terry Gilliam’s long-awaited movie version of Cervantes’ legendary ‘Don Quixote’ is hilarious, original, and a total joy to watch. Fresh from Closing Night at Cannes 2018.
Graeme Connors // From the Backcountry
Saturday 15 June, 7.30pm
Iconic Australian Artist, Graeme Connors, is back at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre by popular demand. Recognised as one of Australia’s most eclectic singer/songwriters, Graeme has received numerous awards during his more than 40-year career for his contribution to Country Music.
Golden Guitars, ARIA, PPCA and APRA Awards line his shelves, with his most recent prestigious accolade, 2016 inductee to the Roll of Renown (Australia’s Country Music Hall of Fame).
PAC Australia’s PowerPAC
Tuesday 18 June, 4.30pm
PowerPAC is a half-day workshop accompanied by a practical guide that addresses the desire (and need) within communities to be more connected, build practical skills and share, nurture and create resources to deliver greater value to community.
Speakers will deliver insight into developing engaging community-based cultural projects. Delegates will have the opportunity to brainstorm ideas for projects and build new professional relationships with peers from the local region.
A Taste of Ireland – The Ireland Music & Dance Sensation
Wednesday 19 June, 7.30pm
This year audiences have the chance to witness World Champion Irish dancers direct from the West End’s Lord of the Dance, as A Taste of Ireland- The Irish Music and Dance sensation tours Australia wide telling the tale of the world’s most loved nation in one incredible performance.
Little Forest // Cinema-K Outreach: Free Korean Film Screening
Thursday 20 June, 7pm
Cinema-K Korean Film Night is travelling to Bundaberg as part of our Korean Culture Day program. Little Forest (리틀 포레스트) was an opening film at Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) 2018 that attracted one of the biggest audiences in the past nine years of the festival.
JPY & The Allstar Band // The Vanda & Young Songbook
Thursday 27 June, 7.30pm
Friday on My Mind – Falling in Love Again – Down Among the Dead Men – Love Is In The Air – Pasadena – Yesterday’s Hero – It’s a Long Way To The Top..…all written by two of the most extraordinary songwriters of our time Harry Vanda and George Young and John Paul Young was at the heart of their hit making era.
Saturday 29 June, 7.30pm
Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra, promises an exceptional evening out for regional Queenslanders in June, as they present Camerata Live!
Performing without a conductor, Camerata’s players have established a reputation for passionate, exciting performances that engage audiences of all ages, whatever their experience.
Die Walküre // The Met Opera
Sunday 30 June, 2pm
Featuring some of the most glorious music ever written—including, of course, the Ride of the Valkyries—Die Walküre is the second of the four operas that comprise Wagner’s Ring cycle, a story of monsters, gods, and humans on a superhuman scale.