Hear the operatic sounds of the three-piece vocal group, Tenori when they arrive to perform in Rockhampton later this month.
Hear the operatic sounds of the three-piece vocal group, Tenori when they arrive to perform in Rockhampton later this month.

Gig Guide: What’s on when and where

FRIDAY

  • 5pm: TJ Hollis. Rockhampton Riverside Alive.
  • 7pm: A2Z Duo. Railway Hotel, Yeppoon.
  • 7pm: Steve Jay. Park Avenue Hotel.
  • 7pm: Shane Ward. Rockhampton Leagues Club.
  • 7.30pm: Chase Like Abbey. Blackwater Country Club.
  • 7.30pm: Quiet Carolina. Frenchville Sports Club.
  • 8pm: Jason Rigby. Parkhurst Tavern.
  • 9pm: Sophie Rose. Maraboon Tavern.
  • 9pm: DJB. Tannum Sands Hotel.

SATURDAY

  • 11am: Leeroy Trump and the Unwanted Sons of Donald. St Peter’s Caufield Cup.
  • 5pm: Quiet Carolina. Rockhampton Riverside Alive.
  • 7pm: Bordaline. Rockhampton Leagues Club.
  • 7pm: Friday’s Child. Railway Hotel, Yeppoon.
  • 9pm: Chase Like Abbey. Maraboon Tavern.
  • 9pm: A2Z Duo. Tannum Sands Hotel.
  • 9.30pm: Sophie Rose. Blackwater Hotel.

SUNDAY

  • 1pm: Friday’s Child. Tannum Sand Hotel.
  • 2pm: Chris Bax. Young Aussie Hotel, Gladstone.

OCTOBER

  • 18 and 19: Everyone’s Business. Rockhampton Little Theatre presents Everyone’s Business, a contemporary theatre and visual arts performance venture, written and directed by Chris Atanasov-Elliott. A sad individual’s entire troubled life, observed for decades through the eyes of crucial bystanders, reveals how injustice and tragedy typically results from other people’s ignorance and selfish actions.

Cost: Adults $24, concession $20.

Where: Walter Reid Cultural Centre, East St, Rockhampton. Starts at 7.30pm both nights.

  • 21: Morning Melodies.

David Kidd, Craig Atkinson and Andrew Pryor share a collection of enduring classics from opera, music theatre, pop and jazz. Tenori have established themselves as a national touring force.

Where: Pilbeam Theatre, Rockhampton. Cost: Adults $20, pensioners $18.

  • 22: Serenade for Strings. Pilbeam Theatre, Rockhampton. The Australian Chamber Orchestra is renowned for embracing celebrated classics alongside new commissions and Serenades for Strings is no exception. A romantic program of the finest classical music from Beethoven to Mendelssohn mixed with an exciting New Australian work, Australian composer Paul Stanhope’s Dancing on Clouds from the Hush 18 Collective Wisdom Album.

Cost: Adults are $52, and pensioners $48.


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