In 2022 the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre will be offering up a daytime program with the introduction of the Mornings at the Moncrieff sessions.
Mornings at the Moncrieff will provide an opportunity for those who prefer going out during the day the chance to experience all the Moncrieff has to offer at a time that suits them.
The sessions will include a series of mid-morning shows, concerts and movies that will showcase wonderful entertainment.
Morning tea can be pre-purchased when booking for these sessions.
Council’s’ Arts, Culture and Events portfolio spokesperson Cr John Learmonth said the reintroduction of morning sessions provided the opportunity for everyone to enjoy all that the Moncrieff offered.
“It is fantastic to see morning sessions back at the Moncrieff as we know that there are many people within our community who may not want to be out late at night, but still enjoy going to shows,” Cr Learmonth said.
“By hosting these session times, we hope to see many more members of the community enjoy the great shows and concerts that will be put on.”
You can find the full digital Moncrieff Entertainment Centre program here.
As well as the online program, you can collect a printed, hard copy of the program from the box office from Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm.
What's coming up for Mornings at the Moncrieff:
Andrews Sisters Tribute
The Andrews Sisters Tribute Show consists of three sassy divas – Cherryn Jane Bray, Claire Candy and Jodie Joy. They are backed up by the accomplished and lively Andrews Sisters Tribute Band.
When: Wednesday, 23 February
What: Andrews Sisters Tribute show
Where: Moncrieff Entertainment Centre
Time: 10.30 am
Cost: $25 – morning tea can be purchased for an extra $12
Find out more about Mornings at the Moncrieff and book to see the Andrews Sisters Tribute here.
Under current State Government directives, Moncrieff Entertainment Centre patrons must be vaccinated and masks must be worn.
For COVID-19 enquiries, restrictions, visit www.covid19.qld.gov.au or call 134 COVID (13 42 68).
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