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YEEHAW: Hayley Marsten will bring her country sound to the Young Australian Hotel on Friday night.
YEEHAW: Hayley Marsten will bring her country sound to the Young Australian Hotel on Friday night. Contributed

TONIGHT

8.30pm: Kazbah Karaoke, Rocky Glen Hotel.

8.30pm: Silky Fuzz, The Criterion Hotel, Newsroom Bar.

TOMORROW

6pm: TJ Hollis, Berserker Tavern.

7pm: Tim McMullen, The Queens Hotel Gladstone.

7.30pm: Wood N Steel, Glenmore Tavern.

8pm: Shane Ward, Biloela Anzac Club.

8pm: Hayley Marsten, Young Australian Hotel.

8pm: Pennies From Heaven, Rocky Glen Hotel.

8.30pm: Kyle & Celeste, Frenchville Sports Club.

8.45pm: Mad Hat, Tannum Sands Hotel.

9pm: The Aristokatz, The Strand Hotel.

9pm: Cheap Talk, The Criterion Hotel.

SATURDAY

4.30pm: Mark Weare, Everton Park Hotel.

5.30pm: Sophie Rose, Frenchville Sports Club.

8.30pm: Peo & The Fleur, Frenchville Sports Club.

8.45pm: Pennies from Heaven, Tannum Sands Hotel.

9pm: Funatics, The Strand Hotel.

9pm: Cheap Talk, The Criterion Hotel.

SUNDAY

1pm: The Ferryman, Tannum Sands Hotel.

 

 

UPCOMING SHOWS

IN THE REGION:

April

22: Internationally renowned entertainer Dean Bourne will perform Roy Orbison Reborn - a tribute to the legendary singer. Bourne is known the world over for his unforgettable voice and ability to recreate the sound of Roy Orbison. Critics and audiences alike have praised his concerts with some calling him the world's No. 1 Roy Orbison tribute artist. From 8pm, The Pilbeam Theatre. Tickets: Adult $69.90.

26: Circus Oz explodes back onto the stage, audaciously unpacking the myths of modern Australia with their latest high octane circus show Model Citizens. From 7.30pm at The Pilbeam Theatre. Tickets: Adults $52.

29: Constellations, presented by Rockhampton Regional Council, follows Roland and Marianne. A beekeeper and a quantum physicist - the odds of them getting together are astronomical. But when their worlds do collide, they keep on colliding, as all the possibilities of their life together - good, bad and ugly - flicker across the stage in a series of intricately-structured snapshots, from first date to farewell. From 7.30pm, The Pilbeam Theatre. Tickets: Adult $52.

May

1-31: The 2017 Rockhampton Eisteddfod will be held from 1 to 31 May with sections held at the Pilbeam Theatre and Walter Reid Cultural Centre. Please check the Eisteddfod program for section details. The Eisteddfod Gala Concert will be held on Sunday 4 June. Sessions generally 9am, 1.30pm, 6.30pm, The Pilbeam Theatre and Walter Reid Cultural Centre. Tickets: Adult $8. Visit www.rockhamptoneisteddfod.org.au for more info.

2: David Strassman returns with a brand new show, iTedE for an evening of side-splitting comedy and riotous antics from Ted E. Bare and the malicious Chuck Wood. Heralded as the artist who "made ventriloquism hip again", Strassman's characters are a renegade band of puppets you wouldn't want to meet on a dark night. From 7pm, The Pilbeam Theatre. Tickets: Adult $49.90

5: Buckle up Australia, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is hitting the road to home deliver the freshest and funniest from Australia's largest comedy festival. With an all-killer, no-filler cast of Australian stars, talented newcomers and international performers we've got all your comedy bases covered. Featuring everything from stand-up to sketch, slapstick to song, each individual line-up presents the best of the Festival in one hilarious show. From 7.30pm, The Pilbeam Theatre. Tickets: Adult $45.

20: Relive the King's triumphant return to the stage as Mark Anthony recreates this historic period with Elvis - One Night In Vegas. Come and experience what it would have been like to see Elvis Presley live in concert. From 8pm, The Pilbeam Theatre. Tickets: Adult $69.90.

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