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2022 NATIONAL TEST PIECE CONCERT

Join our Marion and Warriparinga players and we perform our 2022 prepared Nationals Online test pieces, as #theshowmustgoon

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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A CLASSY CROONER CHRISTMAS

This exhilarating show brings a joy to your Christmas season and will get you grooving. Think of those velvety Nat King Cole classics to Mel Torme timbre, Old Blue Eyes and Harry Connick Jnr to Michael Buble and Ricky Martin. This show brings an intimacy and joy of the Christmas season as well as some other classical crooning tunes! The inimitable local crooner- Will Metzer will bring a musically delectable 6 piece band to tantalize musical taste buds!

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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Aboriginal Weaving Workshop

Learn traditional Aboriginal weaving techniques with experienced facilitators from the Southern Elders Weaving Group. These lovely women are happy to share their knowledge and skills in the spirit of Reconciliation. Materials provided Bookings essential, limited numbers Suitable for ages 10 to adult Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult for the duration

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Sturt Room.

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BAND OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLICE

The Band of South Australia Police has an enormous following throughout South Australia and has a number of ensembles formed within it’s ranks that can cater for various musical events. The Band of the South Australia Police works with other areas across SAPOL to deliver police messages and build community relationships.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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BOSSA NOVA

Join the ‘Bossa Blokes’ in a journey to Brazil as they play the smooth bossa nova hits that inspired a generation of musicians around the world. Featuring Kelly Doddridge (vocals and trombone), Andrew Morris (guitar and vocals), Jordan Noble (tenor sax and flflute) and Fabian Hevia (percussion) playing classics from composers such as Dorival Caymmi, Carlos Lyra and Antonio Carlos Jobim.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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DINOSAUR TIME MACHINE

Buckle up and take a trip in a giant time machine to get up close and personal with a life sized T-Rex. Learn about the ancient world of dinosaurs in the most exciting way possible. Two adventurous performers use science, circus, puppetry and imagination to give you a glimpse into history that you won’t forget. Adelaide Fringe Best Children's Show - Adelaide Advertiser Hitlist 2016 “Dinosaur Time Machine isn’t your everyday dinosaur show. It weaves factual information into the fun… circus and puppetry and audience interaction are all used to great affect… the charm of Dinosaur Time Machine lies in its ability to convey through simple means how science works.” Adelaide Advertiser “It is educational, well done, and extremely entertaining” Global Media

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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EDWARD THE EMU

Based on the books by Sheena Knowles & Rod Clement Written for the stage & directed by Eva Di Cesare The award-winning Monkey Baa team brings to the stage a new imagining of the classic Australian books by Sheena Rowles and Rod Clement. Edward and Edwina both wonder if there is more to life than being an emu but after adventures beyond the enclosure, they discover that the best thing you can be is… you!

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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ESPECIALLY ON BIRTHDAYS

Especially on Birthdays, The Paper Boats' first international co-creation is a non-verbal, visual theatre performance for 3-8 year olds that recreates all the joys, excitement and concerns of a pair of twins and a sixth birthday that one of them isn’t quite ready to have. It’s part performance, part game, part celebration and explores sameness and difference in an intimate setting.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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LINDA RONSTADT - HITMAKER

In the 1970s there was one woman with the Midas touch in music. The most versatile vocalist of the modern era. Linda said, “I don’t write ‘em, I just pick ‘em...” because she spun other peoples’ tunes into gold. She made them hits. This show is about those wonderful songs and Linda’s magical touch which sent them to the top of the charts.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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LIVE ON AIR

A simulated live radio show hosted and narrated by the golden voice of radio, 57+ year industry veteran, Mr David Sabine. Antonio and Kate Villano sing all the popular musical theatre hits from stage and screen, such as Les Miserable, Evita, Phantom of the Opera and many more. A wonderfully nostalgic show.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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MADE IN AUSTRALIA

Hot on the heels of a world in turmoil, the sentiment for “Australian made“ couldn’t be stronger. Products including our own Australian born or nurtured entertainers have hit an all time high in popularity. The perfect time to re visit our Australian heroes of music. John Paul Young, Billy Thorpe, The Seekers, Men at Work , Helen Reddy, Slim Dusty, John Williamson, Ted Mulry, Normie Rowe to name a few. “Made in Australia” featuring Eddie Daniels and Suzie Lee move the audience through a time warp of Australian sentiment.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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MICHAEL GRIFFITHS 'GREATEST HITS'

Helpmann Award winner and MCC repeat offender Michael Griffiths has dusted off his LPs and perused his one-man shows to curate a solid gold line-up of his favourite tunes for your listening pleasure. From Madonna to Cole Porter, Kylie Minogue to A-ha, Eurythmics to the Violent Femmes, every song’s a feel-good winner – featuring a live three-piece band.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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Menopause The Musical ®

Celebrating its 21st anniversary, the original New York and Las Vegas hit Menopause The Musical® is coming to Marion Cultural Centre this June! Four women at a lingerie sale have nothing in common but a black lace bra, memory loss, hot flushes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more. Inspired by a hot flush and a bottle of wine, Menopause The Musical® is a celebration for women who are on the brink of, in the middle of, or have survived “The Change”. This sidesplitting musical parody set to classic tunes from the 60s, 70s and 80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! See what millions of women (and brave men) have been laughing about for 20 years. It’s the Hilarious Celebration of Women and The Change!® “Recommended 15+. Includes menopausal themes and sexual references. Ladies, get ready to laugh!.”

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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NUNGA SCREEN

Nunga Screen is held annually between Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week and is a FREE short film showcase for all ages that shares and celebrates First Nations culture, stories and language through film. Formerly known as Black Screen, Nunga Screen features an entertaining program of independent films, from emerging to the more established filmmakers. Inspiring docos, compelling dramas, quirky animation, contemporary to traditional storytelling – this film event is dedicated to bringing communities together to share in culture. Inspired by the National Film & Sound Archive’s Black Screen program, Nunga (First Nations people of southern South Australia) Screen is presented by Country Arts SA with support from the South Australian Film Corporation.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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REBEL

Rebel is a live circus rock tribute to the original rebel, David Bowie. Stage dive into the mosh pit for a night of live music, glittering glam rock, phenomenal acrobatics, breathtaking aerials and spectacular heart stopping sideshow. Live music combined with circus and comedy brings to life an incredible body of work that spanned over 50 years, and an aesthetic that broke ground and inspired generations. Rebel has been inspired by the words of Bowie; "I want to tart rock up. I don't want to climb out of my fantasies in order to go up on stage—I want to take them on stage with me.” Rebel is your Bowie fantasies realised - a live band, breathtaking circus, spectacular rock and roll sideshow. Rebel is much more than a tribute show, with aesthetics and theatricality inspired Bowie and fed into a live rock and roll circus extravaganza. Headlined by the incredible multi-award winning Stewart Reeve, and featuring an rockstar band of artists from across artistic genres and co-created by Highwire Entertainment, the production house behind Rouge, Papillon and Pop Party Throwdown among others, Rebel is a non-stop circus rock and roll party.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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Scattered People - a song can take you home

Come along and witness the courage, character, and hope through the screening of the Award Winning film Scattered People, a live music performance by the Nava Ensemble and Guest Speaker, Deb Stringer, CEO Australian Refugee Association Inc. Be inspired by the resilient spirt of displaced people around the globe during this Refugee Week celebration. rated M

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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THE BEATLES EXPERIENCE

‘The Beatles Experience’ faithfully captures the music of The Beatles in an extraordinary show. With tight harmonies, brilliant musicianship and some of the greatest songs ever written. Playing all of your favourite Beatles classics from the albums ‘Please Please Me’, ‘Beatles for sale’ and ‘Rubber Soul’, right through to the later years of ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’, ‘Abbey Road’ and ‘Let It Be’. ‘The Beatles Experience’ is a show not to be missed...

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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THE FINNS TRIBUTE BAND

Celebrating the songs of Tim and Neil Finn from Split Enz to Crowded House, the band pays homage to two of the World’s greatest songwriters. With a repertoire spanning three decades including ‘I Got You’, ‘Message To My Girl’, ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’, ‘Better Be Home Soon’, ‘Weather With You’, plus many more, this 2hour musical journey is a must!

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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THIS IS ME - ETHAN HALL

From stage to screen & in between. Come along & be amazed by 14 year old boy soprano Ethan Hall who recently featured on the tv show The Voice 2022 making the top 48. This will be a beautiful afternoon of music carefully selected to describe Ethan's journey & leave you feeling happy, smiling & mesmerized.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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TOO MUCH SUN

Blue Sky Theatre presents the SA premiere of Nicky Silver’s comedy set in a beach house. Audrey Langham, an accomplished actress of a certain age with a bit of a reputation, breaks down during rehearsals, storms off the stage and runs away to her daughter and son-in-law. Trouble is, they are NOT pleased to see her. In fact, she gets a warmer welcome from the star-struck widower next door and his troubled son. As Audrey’s stay progresses the mood changes from comedy to drama thanks to an inappropriate clandestine tryst. Starring Celine O’Leary as Audrey, Jackson Barnard, Lee Cook, Emily Currie, Reuben Fernee and Stuart Pearce. General Admission

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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2022 NATIONAL TEST PIECE CONCERT

Join our Marion and Warriparinga players and we perform our 2022 prepared Nationals Online test pieces, as #theshowmustgoon

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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A CLASSY CROONER CHRISTMAS

This exhilarating show brings a joy to your Christmas season and will get you grooving. Think of those velvety Nat King Cole classics to Mel Torme timbre, Old Blue Eyes and Harry Connick Jnr to Michael Buble and Ricky Martin. This show brings an intimacy and joy of the Christmas season as well as some other classical crooning tunes! The inimitable local crooner- Will Metzer will bring a musically delectable 6 piece band to tantalize musical taste buds!

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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Aboriginal Weaving Workshop

Learn traditional Aboriginal weaving techniques with experienced facilitators from the Southern Elders Weaving Group. These lovely women are happy to share their knowledge and skills in the spirit of Reconciliation. Materials provided Bookings essential, limited numbers Suitable for ages 10 to adult Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult for the duration

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Sturt Room.

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BAND OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLICE

The Band of South Australia Police has an enormous following throughout South Australia and has a number of ensembles formed within it’s ranks that can cater for various musical events. The Band of the South Australia Police works with other areas across SAPOL to deliver police messages and build community relationships.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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BOSSA NOVA

Join the ‘Bossa Blokes’ in a journey to Brazil as they play the smooth bossa nova hits that inspired a generation of musicians around the world. Featuring Kelly Doddridge (vocals and trombone), Andrew Morris (guitar and vocals), Jordan Noble (tenor sax and flflute) and Fabian Hevia (percussion) playing classics from composers such as Dorival Caymmi, Carlos Lyra and Antonio Carlos Jobim.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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DINOSAUR TIME MACHINE

Buckle up and take a trip in a giant time machine to get up close and personal with a life sized T-Rex. Learn about the ancient world of dinosaurs in the most exciting way possible. Two adventurous performers use science, circus, puppetry and imagination to give you a glimpse into history that you won’t forget. Adelaide Fringe Best Children's Show - Adelaide Advertiser Hitlist 2016 “Dinosaur Time Machine isn’t your everyday dinosaur show. It weaves factual information into the fun… circus and puppetry and audience interaction are all used to great affect… the charm of Dinosaur Time Machine lies in its ability to convey through simple means how science works.” Adelaide Advertiser “It is educational, well done, and extremely entertaining” Global Media

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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EDWARD THE EMU

Based on the books by Sheena Knowles & Rod Clement Written for the stage & directed by Eva Di Cesare The award-winning Monkey Baa team brings to the stage a new imagining of the classic Australian books by Sheena Rowles and Rod Clement. Edward and Edwina both wonder if there is more to life than being an emu but after adventures beyond the enclosure, they discover that the best thing you can be is… you!

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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ESPECIALLY ON BIRTHDAYS

Especially on Birthdays, The Paper Boats' first international co-creation is a non-verbal, visual theatre performance for 3-8 year olds that recreates all the joys, excitement and concerns of a pair of twins and a sixth birthday that one of them isn’t quite ready to have. It’s part performance, part game, part celebration and explores sameness and difference in an intimate setting.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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LINDA RONSTADT - HITMAKER

In the 1970s there was one woman with the Midas touch in music. The most versatile vocalist of the modern era. Linda said, “I don’t write ‘em, I just pick ‘em...” because she spun other peoples’ tunes into gold. She made them hits. This show is about those wonderful songs and Linda’s magical touch which sent them to the top of the charts.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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LIVE ON AIR

A simulated live radio show hosted and narrated by the golden voice of radio, 57+ year industry veteran, Mr David Sabine. Antonio and Kate Villano sing all the popular musical theatre hits from stage and screen, such as Les Miserable, Evita, Phantom of the Opera and many more. A wonderfully nostalgic show.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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MADE IN AUSTRALIA

Hot on the heels of a world in turmoil, the sentiment for “Australian made“ couldn’t be stronger. Products including our own Australian born or nurtured entertainers have hit an all time high in popularity. The perfect time to re visit our Australian heroes of music. John Paul Young, Billy Thorpe, The Seekers, Men at Work , Helen Reddy, Slim Dusty, John Williamson, Ted Mulry, Normie Rowe to name a few. “Made in Australia” featuring Eddie Daniels and Suzie Lee move the audience through a time warp of Australian sentiment.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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MICHAEL GRIFFITHS 'GREATEST HITS'

Helpmann Award winner and MCC repeat offender Michael Griffiths has dusted off his LPs and perused his one-man shows to curate a solid gold line-up of his favourite tunes for your listening pleasure. From Madonna to Cole Porter, Kylie Minogue to A-ha, Eurythmics to the Violent Femmes, every song’s a feel-good winner – featuring a live three-piece band.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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Menopause The Musical ®

Celebrating its 21st anniversary, the original New York and Las Vegas hit Menopause The Musical® is coming to Marion Cultural Centre this June! Four women at a lingerie sale have nothing in common but a black lace bra, memory loss, hot flushes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more. Inspired by a hot flush and a bottle of wine, Menopause The Musical® is a celebration for women who are on the brink of, in the middle of, or have survived “The Change”. This sidesplitting musical parody set to classic tunes from the 60s, 70s and 80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! See what millions of women (and brave men) have been laughing about for 20 years. It’s the Hilarious Celebration of Women and The Change!® “Recommended 15+. Includes menopausal themes and sexual references. Ladies, get ready to laugh!.”

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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NUNGA SCREEN

Nunga Screen is held annually between Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week and is a FREE short film showcase for all ages that shares and celebrates First Nations culture, stories and language through film. Formerly known as Black Screen, Nunga Screen features an entertaining program of independent films, from emerging to the more established filmmakers. Inspiring docos, compelling dramas, quirky animation, contemporary to traditional storytelling – this film event is dedicated to bringing communities together to share in culture. Inspired by the National Film & Sound Archive’s Black Screen program, Nunga (First Nations people of southern South Australia) Screen is presented by Country Arts SA with support from the South Australian Film Corporation.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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REBEL

Rebel is a live circus rock tribute to the original rebel, David Bowie. Stage dive into the mosh pit for a night of live music, glittering glam rock, phenomenal acrobatics, breathtaking aerials and spectacular heart stopping sideshow. Live music combined with circus and comedy brings to life an incredible body of work that spanned over 50 years, and an aesthetic that broke ground and inspired generations. Rebel has been inspired by the words of Bowie; "I want to tart rock up. I don't want to climb out of my fantasies in order to go up on stage—I want to take them on stage with me.” Rebel is your Bowie fantasies realised - a live band, breathtaking circus, spectacular rock and roll sideshow. Rebel is much more than a tribute show, with aesthetics and theatricality inspired Bowie and fed into a live rock and roll circus extravaganza. Headlined by the incredible multi-award winning Stewart Reeve, and featuring an rockstar band of artists from across artistic genres and co-created by Highwire Entertainment, the production house behind Rouge, Papillon and Pop Party Throwdown among others, Rebel is a non-stop circus rock and roll party.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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Scattered People - a song can take you home

Come along and witness the courage, character, and hope through the screening of the Award Winning film Scattered People, a live music performance by the Nava Ensemble and Guest Speaker, Deb Stringer, CEO Australian Refugee Association Inc. Be inspired by the resilient spirt of displaced people around the globe during this Refugee Week celebration. rated M

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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THE BEATLES EXPERIENCE

‘The Beatles Experience’ faithfully captures the music of The Beatles in an extraordinary show. With tight harmonies, brilliant musicianship and some of the greatest songs ever written. Playing all of your favourite Beatles classics from the albums ‘Please Please Me’, ‘Beatles for sale’ and ‘Rubber Soul’, right through to the later years of ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’, ‘Abbey Road’ and ‘Let It Be’. ‘The Beatles Experience’ is a show not to be missed...

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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THE FINNS TRIBUTE BAND

Celebrating the songs of Tim and Neil Finn from Split Enz to Crowded House, the band pays homage to two of the World’s greatest songwriters. With a repertoire spanning three decades including ‘I Got You’, ‘Message To My Girl’, ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’, ‘Better Be Home Soon’, ‘Weather With You’, plus many more, this 2hour musical journey is a must!

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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THIS IS ME - ETHAN HALL

From stage to screen & in between. Come along & be amazed by 14 year old boy soprano Ethan Hall who recently featured on the tv show The Voice 2022 making the top 48. This will be a beautiful afternoon of music carefully selected to describe Ethan's journey & leave you feeling happy, smiling & mesmerized.

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre

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TOO MUCH SUN

Blue Sky Theatre presents the SA premiere of Nicky Silver’s comedy set in a beach house. Audrey Langham, an accomplished actress of a certain age with a bit of a reputation, breaks down during rehearsals, storms off the stage and runs away to her daughter and son-in-law. Trouble is, they are NOT pleased to see her. In fact, she gets a warmer welcome from the star-struck widower next door and his troubled son. As Audrey’s stay progresses the mood changes from comedy to drama thanks to an inappropriate clandestine tryst. Starring Celine O’Leary as Audrey, Jackson Barnard, Lee Cook, Emily Currie, Reuben Fernee and Stuart Pearce. General Admission

Location Marion Cultural Centre

subvenue Domain Theatre