BMEC. BATHURST. Funny and incredibly moving, Black Cockatoo is a new artistic collaboration between iconic Australian writer Geoffrey Atherden (Mother and Son, Babakiueria) and former Sydney Festival artistic director Wesley Enoch (Black Diggers).Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Join Rusty Nails and her guests in City Hall. Fast, hot and sweaty. A night you won’t forget with music, comedy and always a little drama.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Australia’s homegrown heroes & Hall of Fame inductees Human Nature are returning to their roots, bringing together 30 years of performances for a never before seen intimate concert tour of the Aussie heartland.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Australian cabaret chanteuse and musical theatre star, Queenie van de Zandt, renowned for her artful storytelling and raw,emotive vocals, brings to you the songs, stories and art of the musical legend that is Joni Mitchell.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. You've seen him on T.V, you've seen him Online, you may have even seen him down the pub - but have you seen Jimeoin LIVE? Jimeoin LIVE is unlike anything you've ever seen. A ferocious onslaught of gags and a constant stream of laughter, all with inimitable facial expressions (and yes, those world famous eyebrows) - it's the ultimate comedy showFind out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Returning to the stage for a national Australian tour after a sell-out Sydney world premiere season and an Adelaide Festival smash hit run, Rafeal Bonachela's Impermanence is 'arguably the single best piece created by and for an Australian dance company for many years' - Adelaide Advertiser. A visceral and thrilling exploration of the juxtaposition of beauty and devastation, this full-length work features a new score full of emotional power from Grammy Award-winning composer Bryce Dessner.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. The evening promises to showcase his unique blending of rock, soul, r&b and blues, a blend that mixes seamlessly with the ‘Alone with Blues’ tracks that he’ll be previewing for the very first time on the nightFind out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Five of the best tenor voices in Australia, The Australian Tenors are bringing a sensational program for 2022 along with romance, excitement, warmth and humour to their performance at BMEC. The concert encapsulates the spirit, the beauty and vocal demand of truly authentic tenor voice.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Anh Do’s bestselling book The Happiest Refugee has made readers laugh and cry, and was described by Russell Crowe as “the most surprising and inspiring read I have had in years.” Anh’s stage show takes it a step further, combining stand-up comedy with real life stories, photos and filmed pieces to retell his amazing storyFind out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Fall into the ring of fire in this unforgettable music concert dedicated to the music, love and lives of Johnny Cash and June Carter.Find out more »
Fresh off her Cry Forever arena tour, adored pop singer-songwriter, Amy Shark has today announced she’ll be hitting the road for a mammoth 42 date regional tour of Australia across May, June, July and August this year, presented by triple j, Handsome Tours and Select Music.
BMEC, BATHURST. No-one needs that. I Liked it, But... goes where few 'experimental contemporary immersive performance' works dare to tread… out of the theatre and into the bar to see what passes the 'pub test'. Grab a drink and enjoy some tunes with Joel and local musicians for a Pub Trivia Night about the craziest, weirdest, most confusing stuff he’s ever had to see on and off of a stage. Expect very silly stories about very serious people, served with tongue firmly in cheek. Together, we’ll try and work out how stuff even gets made, and why we should care.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Dharawungara is a collision of rituals. Joel tries to 'auto-initiate', to breathe life into this Wiradjuri rite he has only ever read about and explores a complicated relationship with the long dead Whiteman who did the writing. The audience is invited to reimagine the theatre as a ceremonial ground of light and sound, and Naretha Williams joining Bray as songwoman, with her driving beats conjuring the space around us. Together they create a site of intersection between his ancestral ceremonial practice, our collective imagination and the real ties of colonisationFind out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Shipwrecked and separated 33 years earlier, two sets of long-lost twins miraculously find themselves in the same city on the same day. What could possibly go wrong? The Comedy of Errors is a hilarious romp of swapped identities, misguided love, mistaken imprisonment and chaotic mishaps, leading to an unbelievably crazy day for bumbling twins.Find out more »
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Fresh of the heels of the successful Bohemian Rhapsody movie, comes an all new Queen tribute show from well-known Australian Freddie Mercury impersonator Thomas Crane.
BMEC, BATHURST. The Boy Who Talked to Dogs is the international premiere of a mischievous and magical work for all ages made in partnership with Adelaide’s acclaimed Slingsby. Based on the true story of Nimbin’s famous “Dogman”, who grew up in Garryowen, Limerick, this tough but tender tale is a celebration of the love of animals we share our homes and lives with, starring acclaimed Dublin actor Bryan Burroughs amidst a dazzling array of shadows, songs and stellar musicianship.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. The Barber of Seville fizzles and pops with lyrical acrobatics and irrepressibly funny characters. Rosini's most famous 'opera buffa' is a musical masterpiece with a storyline that would be equally at home in a Hollywood rom-com. Opera Australia's finest voices and a live orchestra deliver a score that is instantly familiar from renditions in movies, cartoons and commercials. Here, the frothy humour is intoxicating and the chorus revels in every uproarious escapade.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. The World of Musicals…. colourful, inspiring and memorable musical classics, all performed by an international star-studded cast.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. In a tour-de-force performance described as ‘fearless’ and ‘nauseatingly exquisite’, Emily Goddard and acclaimed theatre director Susie Dee (Anthem and Savages) bring to life a dark, humorous and provocative anti-bonnet drama inspired by the rebellion and resistance of the female convicts of Van Diemen’s Land.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Physical reality turns virtual and back in this family show about what makes us humans, the stories we tell and artificial intelligence knocking at the door.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. This is a concert celebrating Dusty Springfield's musical achievements, hit songs, life stories and impact she had around the world during the era of the Black & White Coul.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. With an emphasis on duplicating the vibe & mojo that captivated and defined a generation, be prepared for an experience that will remind you of everything you felt when INXS conquered the musical world.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Evonne Goolagong’s heart-warming story is a celebration of spirit and passion over adversity, and a tribute to a woman whose sporting prowess continues to inspire a nation, giving hope to thousands of young girls across the country. With its distinctively Australian sensibility and humour, Sunshine Super Girl asks us to consider our nation’s future and the part we can play for the next ‘Goolagong’ waiting in the wingsFind out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Backbone examines the various perceptions of what strength is, where it comes from, and how it is measured. This frenetic celebration of human interconnectedness will test the limits of strength: physical, emotional, individual, and collective.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Dust off those flares, platform shoes and satins and get ready to sing, dance and have the time of your life on Bjorn Again’s MAMMA MIA! WE ARE BACK AGAIN! Tour.Find out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. Discover rich and strange new musical worlds in this superlunary concert featuring AHE and Guest Director Chad Kelly, a string orchestra and keyboard tribute to one of the most original musical minds of the enlightenment, C.P.E. Bach. The program features Emanuel’s delightfully strange Cello Concerto in A major and his brilliant G major Symphony. It also includes Benda's stunning F minor Keyboard Concerto and an occasionally downright silly suite, nicknamed La Bizarre, by his avuncular godfather TelemannFind out more »
BMEC, BATHURST. This stunning spectacular salutes the famous BBC Proms Concerts of London’s Royal Albert Hall, including well-known favourites ‘Rule Britannia’, ‘Jerusalem’, ‘Radetzky March’ and Elgar’s ‘Land of Hope and Glory’. Join Australia’s most acclaimed international violinist Ian Cooper with opera stars, prima ballerinas, Pipe Band and the Blue Danube Orchestra to evoke the sheer exuberance of An Evening At The Proms spectacular.Find out more »
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