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Catch These Show in March

Posted in Local Events @ Jan 16th 2019 9:47am - By Administrator
Sometimes Always Never Photo From HOTA

March is an exciting month for the Gold Coast. Save the date and enjoy these Gold Coast Events 2019. There are lots of great works in film, music and theatre to choose from.

Missy Higgins

Catch Missy Higgins on Saturday, 2 March 2019 11.00pm at Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Missy Higgins is one of Australia's most celebrated singer-songwriters. Her memorable stories are genuinely expressed in their fullness on stage. The Gold Coast will have an exclusive standalone show from Higgins to close her national co-headline tour with the John Butler Trio. Don't miss this particular show.

The concert is just the icing on the cake to end a fantastic year for Missy. Missy has released two albums and supported Ed Sheeran's Australian stadium tour. As if that wasn't enough she also gave birth to her second child in August. It has been a full year, and the show is the culmination of all her hard work. Supported by Dan Sultan, an incredible talent in his own right - this is a show that anyone who loves music should not miss.

Australia’s Got Talent

Australia's Got Talent returns in 2019. Poised to bring the world's biggest entertainment show to Channel 7, fans of the show will be glad to know that they are looking for talents.

Whether you're a singer, acrobat, dancer, juggler or have a talent that can't be classified to fit a box, they want to see you what you've got!

Enjoy these Main Beach Events. Catch Australia’s Got Talent on March 11 at Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.

NTL: I’m Not Running

I'm Not Running is a powerful new play by David Hare (Skylight). It is premiering at the National Theatre and filmed live for movie theatres.

Pauline Gibson has worked as a doctor for many years and is the charismatic leader of a local health campaign. When she sees her old boyfriend again, a vigorous loyalist in Labour Party politics, she’s faced with an excruciating decision.

What does it take to sacrifice your personal life and your peace of mind for something that's more than just a single issue? Does she dare to go against the tide?

The Washington Post has declared that Hare is ‘the premiere political dramatist writing in English'. His other notable work includes Pravda and Skylight, broadcast by National Theatre Live in 2014.

Be sure to watch I'm Not Running at Home of the Arts from March 3 – 6.

Sometimes Always Never

Bill Nighy has shown himself to be one of Britain's greatest character actors with his ability to combine sweet gruffness and engaging affability with just the rise of an eyebrow. He headlines the film alongside Sam Riley and Alice Lowe in this smart and moving comedy-drama about a tailor looking for his lost son.

Alan is a sharp dresser with an even sharper vocabulary. Nighy (The Bookshop), is charmingly deadpan as the Scrabble-aficionado Merseyside tailor Alan. His eldest son Michael left the house after a particularly tense round of the favourite board game, and he never returned. Several years after, Alan and his other son Peter (Sam Riley) keep on looking for him while trying to mend their complicated relationship.

With a witty and intelligent script by long-time screenwriter Frank Cottrell-Boyce providing a strong foundation, Liverpudlian director Carl Hunter brandishes a striking visual style and powerful production design to enhance the shifting moods of a family who have all the words but plenty of difficulties communicating with each other.

Nighy has received well-deserved praise for his portrayal. The articulate drama is a joy that runs the gamut of emotions.

Catch the movie on March 14 at Home of the Arts.

Guy Montgomery – I Was Part of the Problem Before We Were Talking About It

Guy hasn't always been the most "woke" person in the room. While it is natural for most people to have care or concern for others and to act in a way that is socially gracious, it has been a struggle to Guy. His privilege has hampered him.

White, straight, and from Christchurch, New Zealand, Guy has been living in a bubble. As he struggles to evolve and educate himself, many a minority would, unfortunately, suffer on his road to becoming a decent human being.

This is an exclusive chance to learn from someone who is re-conditioning the various beliefs and perceptions that made him a part of the problem before it was even politically-correct to talk about the issue.

Guy is meticulous. His sharp, observational comedy will keep you laughing — his heady mix of comedy and entertainment ticks all the boxes.

Don't miss out on the fun. Catch the show on March 22 at Home of the Arts.

NTL: Allelujah (E)

If you're looking to forget your worries, catch Alan Bennett's insightful and witty new play. Filmed at London's Bridge Theatre, be sure to enjoy the vital production full of ‘singalongs and stinging wit'.

The Beth has been operating in the town of Yorkshire for many years, but an efficiency drive is threatening to shut it down. A documentary crew is passionate about documenting its fight for survival.

The crew films the daily plight to find beds on the Dusty Springfield Geriatric Ward and the successes of the old people's choir.

Alan Bennett's has a stunning repertoire of plays which include The History Boys, The Lady in the Van and The Madness of George III. He is one of Britain's most famous playwrights, and his plays have been turned into films. Allelujah! is his tenth partnership with critically-acclaimed director Nicholas Hytner. Catch the show on March 30 at Home of the Arts.

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