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New Moncrieff program has something for everyone

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The new June – July Moncrieff Entertainment Centre program.

The latest Moncrieff Entertainment Centre program is now available with a range of shows on offer including family entertainment right through to the sequins and feathers of Priscilla Queen of the Desert.

The program, which runs through June and July, showcases a range of local talent with Bundaberg Players Inc taking to the stage for its Priscilla, Queen of the Desert The Musical production.

Council’s Arts, Culture and Events portfolio spokesperson Cr John Learmonth said the next two months would be thrilling for theatregoers and local thespians alike.

“It is wonderful for local organisations to be able to take their productions to the Moncrieff stage, providing the opportunity for the community to get behind the region’s performers and support groups such as Bundaberg Players Inc,” Cr Learmonth said.

“While local entertainers will set the stage alight, this program will also feature artists who have performed internationally.

“Once again, this is a fantastic program with the line up for the next two months looking great at the Moncrieff.”

Mornings at the Moncrieff part of new program

The upcoming Mornings at the Moncrieff sessions will welcome Luke Kennedy and Irena Lysiuk in their show Golden, which is a musical celebration of contemporary music’s ‘golden' hits.

Family entertainment is also in this program’s line up with the acclaimed Monkey Baa Theatre Company’s production of Edward and the Emu as well as professors Lexi Con and Noel Edge joining for a voyage through the alphabet with The Alphabet of Awesome Science.

Local talent will once again take to the stage as part of the Women in Voice production, with a blend of some of the region’s most loved singers as well as members of the Brisbane cast.

The Moncrieff will also continue to provide support to local artists with John Leyland to showcase his artwork in the foyer exhibition space, along with high profile First Nations artists, whose work will be on display during NAIDOC week.

You can pick up a copy of the program from the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.

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