What The Rabbi Saw // Thundering Productions

This crazy, slapstick farce by Billy Van Zandt & Jane Milmore takes us on a non-stop rollercoaster of hilarity filled with physical comedy and witty dialogue. Directed by Jack Lovett, this production is filled to the brim with hard hitting slapstick farce. What The Rabbi Saw is a good night out which kept us laughing for 2 hours.

Next To Normal // Javeenbah Theatre

The entire production team, cast and crew of Javeenbah Theatre’s Next to Normal has smashed this out of the park! With standing ovations from every show so far, it’s clear that this is going to sell out fast. BRAVO!

Jekyll & Hyde // Gold Coast Little Theatre

From the moment the curtains part and the music starts, Gold Coast Little Theatre’s production of Jekyll & Hyde is simply divine. Directed by Stuart Morgan, with Music Direction from Ann Sparks and Choreography from Hayley Green, Gold Coast Little Theatre’s Jekyll & Hyde is a perfect night out at the theatre.

King Lear // Mercury’s Wings

Rain falls in the heart of Southport during this Shakespeare Classic produced by Mercury’s Wings Mercury’s Wings’ production of King Lear is perfectly nuanced against the concrete jungle of The Smith Collective in Southport as this classic is brought to life by professional actors.

Little Shop of Horrors // Spotlight Theatre

Audrey II has arrived at Spotlight Theatre in a kaleidoscope of swirling vibrant colours! This quirky cult classic is sure to delight both seasoned and new fans of Spotlight’s latest show Little Shop Of Horrors. This is Community Theatre as it should be! In one word this show is stupendous, and you will be sorry to have missed out if you don’t get along to see Little Shop of Horrors playing at Spotlight Theatre until 20 August!

One Act Wonders // Javeenbah Theatre

Javeenbah Theatre’s latest production is a wonderful amalgamation of snippets from three original local works. Featuring Gillian Crow’s Seascape, Kellie Silver’s Class of ’85 and Lia Hope #BeautyWars, this is a night out at the theatre not to be missed. Each piece unique and original delivered by fabulously gifted performers, One Act Wonders is delightful.

Sweet Charity // Gold Coast Little Theatre

Gold Coast Little Theatre’s Sweet Charity is a wonderful night out at the theatre and challenges everyone to understand the issues faced by Charity and the Hostess, and how they can relate to this day and age. Gold Coast Little Theatre has delivered a wonderful piece of community theatre that will make a fantastic addition to anyone’s social schedule. BRAVO!

Timeless Musical Jersey Boys is Coming to the Gold Coast // Cast Interview

The SMASH-hit musical JERSEY BOYS is landing at The Star January 2022!
Following the rise to fame of The Four Season, this story follows the tough, the bad, the good but ultimately the absolute triumph of music that became the soundtrack for generations to come. Bravo Gold Coast got the chance to sit down with Bryn (Frankie), Elliot (Nick) and Thomas (Tommy and Director) from Legend House International’s upcoming production to get to know the show, characters, and actors!

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Local Gold Coast Songwriter Kicking Goals // LAVELIN Interview

We love it when we see local musos kicking goals! One such very talented artist is the Gold Coast’s own, LAVELIN. LAVELIN just recently performed at her first ever professionally booked show ‘Femme Fatale’ at O’Skulligans in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley to a sold-out venue! We sat down to chat to her all about her music and what’s next. Check it out!

Singin’ In The Rain // Spotlight Theatrical Company

Spotlight Theatrical Company’s production of Singin’ In The Rain is picture-book perfect and pure, golden age Hollywood movie musical magic. This production is not one that anyone will want to miss. It is possibly the best theatre produced in Southeast Queensland in 2021. It is delightful, joyful, and filled to the brim with stage magic. Bravo!

Ordinary Days // Javeenbah Theatre Company

Javeenbah Theatre Company’s production of Ordinary Days is a wonderfully uplifting piece of theatre that challenges the audience’s intrinsic cynicism and begs them to embrace the simple joys of life and find the beauty in ordinary things. The small cast of four are all phenomenally talented and together they bring these ordinary characters to life in a way that has the audience laughing, crying and celebrating life, love and hope. This is a show you will not want to miss.