The Season Launch is a sneak peek of the exciting lineup of shows carefully curated for our 2024 Season. Local legend Kelly Mac will keep us laughing as MC and enjoy a Special Guest Performance celebrating the essence of French music featuring highlights from Paris after Dark with Award-Winning Milko Foucault-Larche and Parisian-born Entertainer Corinne Andrew.
When you arrive at the theatre enjoy a complimentary drink. After the reveal of Season Shows and guest performance, you will be able to enjoy refreshments in the foyer and catch up with friends. The Box Office will be open to renew membership and purchase tickets. There will be pre-sale discounts on selected tickets.
So come and help us celebrate the year ahead full of community and creativity. Enjoy some great entertainment and receive your 2024 Season Program hot off the press.
Paris After Dark brings to your seat the enchanting spirit of a real Parisian party.
No passport required! as you travel to the City of Lights with Corinne & Milko along the Avenues and Boulevards of Paris to the romantic sounds of some of the most famous “ chansons” of all times. Piaf, Aznavour, Bécaud, Dalida, Yves Montand, Charles Trenet, Enrico Macias, Joséphine Baker to name a few with a stop over into the world of Music Theatre, French Operetta & Opera and some French adaptations of Italian & Spanish songs.
With his command of the French language, Milko has emerged in recent years as the leading and most active ambassador of French popular music in Australia.
Parisian-born Corinne has been representing the French sounds of classic love songs around the world. She has spent most of her career performing as a principal singer and dancer in major entertainment venues throughout France, Europe, South East Asia and Japan.
Paris After Dark is performed in English and in French.
Local Legend Kelly Mac
After abandoning a middling law career, Kel cut her comedy chops on brekkie radio in Coffs Harbour. In her first year, she was nominated for the Australian Commercial Radio Award for Best Newcomer (she lost) and Best On-air Team (she won, with a little help from her co-host).
She entered stand-up in early 2020 and performs both solo and with Take 3 at festivals and venues around Australia. Still not satisfied, Kel entered the producer space by founding Top Dog Comedy in early 2021.
Kel brings warmth and wit to any evening, unless “Succession” is on, then it’s wise to leave the room quietly. With the kids full grown, her parenting advise can be distilled down to “devon and white bread produce winners” and “never join the P & C.”