Classic Subscription 2018

Classic Subscription 2018

Pirates of Penzance: March 1 at 7.30pm
Carmen: Saturday 23 June at 2pm
Swing Man: Wednesday 15 August 7.30pm
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Performance Details


Thursday 1 Mar 2018 at 07:30PM
Saturday 23 Jun 2018 at 02:00PM
Wednesday 15 Aug 2018 at 07:30PM


Latrobe Performing Arts Centre, Grey Street, Traralgon, VIC, Australia

How much

Early bird price pre-purchase up to 31 December 2017
*LPA $65
*Adult $85
*Concession $75
Purchased after 1 January 2018
*LPA $75
*Adult $95
*Concession $85


Pirates of Penzance: March 1 at 7.30pm
Carmen: Saturday 23 June at 2pm
Swing Man: Wednesday 15 August 7.30pm

Buy a Classic Subscription and enjoy all three theatre performances in 2018 at a reduced price.

Pirates of Penzance

Thursday 1 March,  7.30 pm

This fast paced and beautifully sung production which tours with a full set and costumes is the complete production.   Beware in 2018 it will contain NUTS and Donald Trump Additives”…Hilarious !!  A True family Musical Comedy is what lies ahead with the pirates clashing swords and trading barbs in this modern take .  The stellar cast is led by musical theatre star Philip Gould  as the swashbuckling “Pirate King”, veteran comic baritone Brian Hannah  as the major general and the police sergeant , International soprano Alison Jones as Mabel, Opera Australia mezzo soprano Caroline Vercoe as Ruth”, Chris McKenna  as Frederic and Dominic Woodhead as the musical director on piano.  “I Am The Pirate King”, “policeman’s lot is not a happy one”, “Cat Like Tread”, “Poor Wandering One”, are just a few of the hit songs performed in this world first production.


Saturday 23 June, 2pm

Passion and power collide as Melbourne City Ballet present Carmen. Don José is called upon to return home to marry childhood sweetheart Micaela. However, a chance encounter with the enchanting gypsy girl Carmen, leads them both into a tumultuous relationship of passion and destruction. A fiery, free spirited woman, Carmen’s fate is written in the cards but she refuses to be tamed by any man.  The splendor of Carmen is in the passionate pas de deux’s and stirring group numbers, so whether it’s the seductive factory workers that lure you in or the strutting bullfighters that set your hearts aflutter, Melbourne City Ballet’s Carmen is a vibrant and bold production that from the very first overture will have audiences en garde!

Swing Man

Wednesday 15 August, 7.30 pm

Damian Callinan, renowned character and stand-up comedian, confirms what many had already suspected: he suffers from OTTDs [Over The Top Dance Syndrome].

After years of eschewing partner dancing and cutting up dance floors on his own, he discovers that the only cure is to learn how to Swing Dance.

Swing Man sends Callinan on a journey back to the incidents in his adolescence that set him on his path - a fracas at a Bush Dance, unrequited love at Ballroom Dancing, and the revelation that as a 17 year old he was abducted by Swing-era obsessed aliens who set him an ultimatum to learn how to Swing dance by the time he is 51.

‘Lindy Hop’ on down to watch the three-time Barry nominee ‘Shag’ his way through his ‘Boogie Woogie’ midlife crisis.