Live theatre treats from Mozart to Oliver!

NOOSA Arts Theatre wraps its family-friendly production of the much-loved musical, Oliver! this weekend.

The role of Oliver is shared by Roy Crozier and Jude Reilly, and the role of the artful dodger by Zak Crozier and Curtis Bock.

The season is officially sold out but call the box office to try your luck with the wait list.

The season must finish at Noosa Arts Theatre tonight and tomorrow night, April 21 and 22, at 7.30pm and Sunday, April 23, at 2pm.

Book at or call 5449 9343.

Mozart’s Requiem and Vespers

MOZART’S much-loved Requiem and Vespers are presented by the Sunshine Coast Choral Society under the baton of conductor Adrian King.

The choir is supported by the Sunshine Coast Chamber Orchestra, and the concert features some talented soloists from the Griffith Conservatorium (soprano Kathryn O’Halloran, mezzo Naomi Bakker, tenor Phillip Costovski, bass Oliver Boyd).

Stay for a complimentary afternoon tea after the performance for a chance to chat with the singers, conductor and musicians.

The performance is at Lake Kawana Community Centre on Sunday, April 30, at 2pm. Book at

Polly Honeycombe and Balloonacy!

DURING Anywhere Festival, expect to be entertained anywhere but in a theatre.

3bCreative’s Anne Grant has created a playful romp about the power of friendship, with plenty of slapstick fun for the whole family.

Havoc unravels when Dotty receives an unexpected visitor.

The show during Anywhere Festival is at Switch Espresso Bar in Currie St, Nambour, on Saturday, May 6, at 3pm.

Grant’s second original comedy, Polly Honeycombe, is another wildly funny romp about a girl addicted to romance novels, which inform her view of the world.

A feast for the eyes and ears, Polly Honeycombe features live ’60s music.

The two shows are at The Courtyard in The Arcade, Burnett St, Buderim, on Friday, May 19, and Saturday, May 20, at 6.30pm.

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Shorts on Stage

NOOSA Arts Theatre presents a fast-moving and entertaining selection of 10-minute plays from stellar south-east Queensland casts.

Audiences will vote for Best Play, earning the recipients $500 for their efforts on stage.

The three performances are at Noosa Arts Theatre on May 27 at 2pm and 7.30pm, plus May 28 at 2pm.

Book at or call 5449 0343.

The Marriage of Figaro

THE Marriage of Figaro is touted as Mozart’s most entertaining opera, following the adventures of a household over one crazy day.

Award-winning creative duo Michael Gow and Robert Kemp have created a new production, featuring stunning period costumes and a clever set.

A talented chamber orchestra and a chorus of Sunshine Coast children will accompany some of Opera Australia’s finest singers performing Mozart’s beautiful music.

The Marriage of Figaro is a delightful night out for the whole family.

The one show is on Tuesday, July 25, at Noosa Leisure Centre, Noosaville.

Tickets range from $15 to $189 with an exclusive pre-sale available now to…

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