The Daytime Series

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Formerly Morning Melodies, the Daytime Series, sponsored by Beauaraba Living, brings a mix of Thursday morning and Sunday afternoon shows to the theatre. 

Returning for 2017 are popular variety show Back to the Tivoli, and the Empire Theatre produced Broadway Favourites and folk group The Beggars. This year we also welcome two Queensland Pops Orchestra performances to the series. 

About our Sponsor - Beauaraba Living: 

Based in Pittsworth, The Beauaraba Living Care team delivers skilled, timely and compassionate care to meet their residents' needs, physically, spiritually and emotionally.  They support their residents' independence and dignity and fulfill their psychological needs of love, comfort, attachment, inclusion, purpose and identity in meaningful and positive ways. The Empire Theatre looks forward to continuing our relationship with Beauaraba Living into 2017. 

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Click HERE to download the Daytime Series brochure.

 

Craig Martin's A Swinging Christmas Show

Thursday 7th December

Craig Martin’s A Swingin’ Christmas Show combines the great swing classics with the very best Christmas Songs & Carols ever recorded by a selection of the world’s greatest ever performers, including: Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, Elvis, Dean Martin, Michael Bublé, Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, Tom Jones, Duke Ellington and many, many more… Craig is quickly gaining a reputation as Queensland’s King of Swing. Since exploding onto the Queensland music scene in 2010, contemporary swing star Craig Martin has performed and thrilled audiences at many top venues across the state.

This modern day crooner, originally from Liverpool England, has performed with many of the UK’s leading big bands, including the UK’s premier big band ‘The Syd Lawrence Orchestra’.

This talented entertainer cleverly combines traditional and contemporary swing with great flair and imagination and is a natural on stage.

So join Craig and his Swing Band for a ‘swinging party’ to really let the festivities begin.