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Films With Bite

4pm Sunday 24 Sept - tix $18

The Wharf Review (filmed live on stage)

All of them will be knocked down a peg or two when The Wharf Revue comes rolling back into town. From the inimitable minds of Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott comes another instalment of what has become a true institution. “ great audience response from Wharf Revue …. guarantee the audience will have a laugh…

The performances are spot on and the reaction is always “I felt like I was at the Wharf Theatre, it didn't feel like a film”


Not convinced? Check out this short video

Dance Spectacular, 2017

We are to be treated once again to the performance skills of the region’s young dancers in this "Dance Spectacular".

Featuring the Glen Innes High School Dancers plus guests from Star Avenue Dance Centre, KidzDance with Amelia and the Glen Innes Public School Dancers

Wednesday, 11 October , 2017 at 7:00 pm and Thursday, 12 October, 2017 at 7:00 pm

Tickets from Carelles $15 / $10




Grease is the word...

The talented students of Glen Innes High School, under the guidance of music teacher, Dylan McKean, and maths teacher, Alok Pisharody will be performing the musical, "Grease" at the Chapel Theatre.

Season starts 1st December, 2017 for one week.



Comedy Show

Carlo Ritchie and Nick Capper carlonick

Comedy Show

Chapel Theatre - Saturday, 16 December

Stay tuned...


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