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Classic Fairytale with Modern Edge

Jump down the rabbit hole and head to Riverlinks for school holiday fun!

From the producers that brought us modern and exciting kids entertainment including ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ and ‘Cinderella’, comes a brand new production of ‘Alice in Wonderland’.

The Council’s Manager of Performing Arts and Conventions, Mr Rob Robson, said the classic fairytale would feature a few new ingredients.

“As we have come to expect from Promac Productions, ‘Alice in Wonderland’ will be a presentation of the traditional story with lots of laughs and great music for children to sing-along and dance to,” Mr Robson said.

“A highlight will certainly be the performance from Brian Hannan, ‘the man with a thousand voices’, who will appear as both Tweedledee and the Mad Hatter.”

The show will also feature seasoned performers including Michelle Fitzmaurice, Alison Byrne, Phillip Wheeldon, and introduce new talent Amy Larson as Alice.

“A family fun day will be held in conjunction with the performances, with face painting and a workshop being held between the shows,” Mr Robson added.

‘Alice in Wonderland’ will be presented by Riverlinks and Promac Productions at 11.00 am and 1.00 pm on Wednesday 13th April at the Eastbank Centre.

For more information or to book tickets, please contact the Riverlinks Box Office on 5832 9511, or visit the Box Office at the Eastbank Centre, 70 Welsford Street, Shepparton.

Showbiz Legend is Hanging on to Vaudeville

Take a trip back through Australian showbiz history with Reg Gorman in his new show, ‘Hanging on to Vaudeville’ at the Eastbank Centre on Tuesday 12th April.

Part of the popular Afternoon Delights series, the show will showcase some of Reg Gorman’s best loved comedy sketches, as well as great storytelling about his life in the limelight. 

The Council’s Manager of Performing Arts and Conventions, Mr Rob Robson, said Reg Gorman is an energetic, physical comic with a showbiz career spanning over 50 years.

“His sketches are interspersed with stories about his life, from early childhood growing up in a country at war, to working on a dairy farm, making artificial limbs in the family business and eventually falling into his lifelong career as an entertainer,” Mr Robson said.

“Reg has worked with some amazing people and he shares some fascinating ‘behind the scenes’ stories.”

Reg Gorman will be accompanied on the piano by one of Australia’s hardest working conductors and musical directors, Kevin Hocking.

Afternoon Delights performances are presented in a flat floor setting with easy access for audience members.  The ticket price includes afternoon tea and the chance to win a lucky door prize.

“This is a very special show, not be missed.  Everyone should come along and let the ‘last king of vaudeville’ make you laugh out loud,” Mr Robson added.

‘Hanging on to Vaudeville’ will be presented by Riverlinks at 1.30 pm on Tuesday 12th April at the Eastbank Centre.

For more information or to book tickets, please contact the Riverlinks Box Office on 5832 9511, or visit the Box Office at the Eastbank Centre, 70 Welsford Street, Shepparton.