|From 9:00am:||Warragul Farmers Market and Arts Market in Civic Park.|
|9:00am – 10:00am:||Forecourt entertainment: Warragul Municipal Band, roving performers and more.|
|10:00am – 10:30am:||Forecourt music performance on the live stage: Warragul Regional College - excerpts from ‘We Will Rock You’.|
|10:30am – 11:00am:||Official Ribbon Cutting ceremony.|
|11:00am - 2:30pm:||Live stage music performances by local schools and local artists.|
|11:30am – 12:15pm:||Forecourt entertainment for families and children: ‘The Whale’s Tale’ - Performance 1.|
|11:00am – 3:00pm:||Guided tours through the building. Internal and backstage areas feature roving performers and artists from |
local arts groups.
|2:30pm – 3:15pm:||Forecourt entertainment for families and children: ‘The Whale’s Tale’ - Performance 2.|
|6:00pm:||Red Carpet Welcome.|
|7:00pm:||Main Theatre - Gippsland Symphony Orchestra – featuring ‘Peter and the Wolf’ and more. |
Free Performance (Bookings essential - Call 5624 2456 to book)
Immerse yourself in The Whale’s Tale, watch from the shore, or submerge yourself in this underwater playground full of surprises. Ever wonder what it’s like to be swallowed whole? Put on your shrimp helmet, take a deep breath, and dive inside the jaws of Manilayo, the humpback whale.
A Whale is washed up on a beach and discovered by a child. Is it alive or dead? How did it get there? The spirit of the Whale, embodied as the Navigator, embarks on a journey to find out what is wrong with the dubious help of Dr Walrus. Highly interactive, full of riotous slapstick and extremely playful.
An environmental tale to warm the heart, with reflections about the consequences of our actions. It has been forecast that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the sea than fish. The Whale’s Tale is a rollicking journey that will leave your children wanting to make a difference. A show for all ages.
|Thursday 1 November |
|An Evening with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra|
|Saturday 3 November|
|Arj Barker - We Need to Talk|
|Sunday 4 November |
|Live at Spectrum - Season Finale - Live Stream|
|Friday 9 November |
to Sunday 11 November
|A Night to Remember - Warragul Theatre Company|
|Wednesday 14 November|
|West Gippsland Music and Drama Para Eisteddfod|
|Friday 16 November |
|Together at Last - Silvie Paladino and David Hobson|
|Saturday 17 November|
|Re-Opening Celebration Day - Free Event. See above.|
|Saturday 17 November |
|Gippsland Symphony Orchestra - Free Event (Bookings essential).|
|Sunday 18 November |
|DYLANesque - The Bob Dylan Story|
|Monday 19 November |
|Always... Patsy Cline|
|Wednesday 21 November |
12:00pm and 7:00pm
|St Ita’s Primary School Concert|
|Friday 23 November|
|Rubber Soul - The Beatles Show|
|Friday 23 November |
|Anh Do - Sold Out!|
|Saturday 24 November |
|Ross Wilson and Richard Clapton|
|Sunday 25 November |
|Wednesday 28 November |
|St Pauls Anglican Grammar Middle School Concert|
|Thursday 29 November |
9:30am and 10:00am
|Colombia Catholic Primary School Concert|
The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra is excited to bring its ﬁnest players, and a gorgeous repertoire, to Warragul for a wondrous evening of classical music.
Join Warragul Theatre Company on a journey through the past 20 years with an amazing trip down memory lane, revisiting some of their favourite show tunes
Based on a true story about Cline’s friendship with a fan from Houston named Louise Seger, who befriended the star in a Texas honky-tonk in 1961,
This is not a cover band playing Beatles songs. It is the music of The Beatles sung and played like The Beatles played them, 100 per cent and full of energy.
Together for One Night Only, Australian music legends Ross Wilson and Richard Clapton bring you an evening of music that you will never forget.
The West Gippsland and Latrobe Chorales and Heidelberg Choral Society and Orchestra are proud to present Sir Karl Jenkins' major new work, Symphonic Adiemus.