An intimate afternoon with singer-actor Melissa Western was the perfect backdrop for the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre's winter program launch at the weekend.
The high tea event was enjoyed by about 40 guests who were presented with the new program upon arrival.
According to Arts, Culture and Events portfolio spokesperson Cr John Learmonth, the new winter program highlighted fantastic, free events and outstanding performances for everyone to enjoy.
“The winter edition of Moncrieff's program includes 38 shows across a wide-range of themes and genres,” he said.
“From comedy acts, opera performances, live music and more, there is certainly something for everyone at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre over the next few months,” he said.
While Covid restrictions had hampered much of the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre's program last year, Cr Learmonth said it didn't stop the team from working hard behind the scenes to make sure the next program would continue to feature stellar acts and events in a high-class venue.
“During the six-month COVID closure last year, Moncrieff Entertainment Centre staff took the opportunity to give the centre a major revamp, with work being undertaken on the foyer, bar and auditorium,” Cr Learmonth said.
“It was in October when the Moncrieff was able to open its doors to the public once more, which followed with some fantastic performances and large audience numbers into 2021.
“I know the team are very excited to continue providing the region with a great event line-up through their upcoming Winter program.”
The new program is now available at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.