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Moncrieff program promises entertainment galore

What's on at the Moncrieff Program July September
Moncrieff Entertainment Centre’s program is set to captivate audiences and elevate the local arts scene.

There’ll be lots of laugh out loud comedy and live performances during July to September with a red-hot list of entertainment taking to the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre stage.

Council’s Arts, Culture and Events portfolio spokesperson Cr John Learmonth said the first six months of 2023 had featured a stellar line up of performances and it was fantastic to see artists continued to include the Bundaberg Region in their touring schedule in the latest program.

Cr Learmonth said local talents would share the stage with renowned national and international artists, ensuring a dynamic and enriching line-up.

“The community will be entertained by first-class musical acts through to sensational stage shows and laugh out loud comedies in the next three months,” he said.

“Bundaberg Eisteddfod has been the backdrop to many talented children across the region and its showcase will be on stage for three days covering a variety of instrumental music, rock bands, vocals and drama performances.

“The stage show, Two of Us – The Songs of Lennon and McCartney, with have Darren Coggan and Damien Leith on stage in an intimate performance of songs that helped change the world.

“Another showstopping highlight will be to see international comedian Ross Noble in his Jibber Jabber Jamboree live on stage as he returns to the Bundaberg Region.”

Moncrieff program July – September has something for everyone

Both young and old community members will be covered with the July to September program promising a huge range of shows and entertainment.

“Much Ado About Nothing and West Side Story are just two of the productions to appear on the big screen in July and August,” Cr Learmonth said.

“Using a clever mix of live action, stage magic and puppetry Possum Magic will have all the family entertained.

“With a perfect blend of diversity, innovation, and community engagement, the new program promises to provide unforgettable experiences for all at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.”

To check out the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre’s July to September 2023 program click here.

  • The Moncrieff program July – September cover artist Busby Marou is set to return to the Bundaberg Region in August to perform, click here for more information.  




  1. There is no doubt that the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre dishes out some fantastic events to suit all tastes. Recently I was thrilled to experience an amazing adaptation of Shakespeare’s MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING by the British National Theatre. It was modernised and choreographed superbly leaving nothing out in meaning and context. I wished all year 11 and 12 students could have been there to appreciate such wonderful theatre. Bravo. Bring on more Shakespeare of this standard please.

  2. i visited the Charles Rodius collection that was on display at the NSW State Library. Leaves what we get for dead. The sketch of John Blackman just happened to be on display.

  3. I think for a regional theatre the Moncrieff does a great job for our community.
    The fantastic exhibitions mainly go to the capital cities so we can’t expect to see the same in regional areas.
    I’ve just been to the Vic State Library (wonderful exhibits) & the Qld State Library is not a patch on it.
    But I don’t expect it to be because the Vic Library is far more established.

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