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Jan 23rd 2019 11:20pm
Don’t miss these exciting shows this March right here on the Gold Coast. Check out these Gold Coast Events 2019.
Engelbert Humperdinck – the fabulous performer– has proclaimed his eagerly expected return to Australia with ‘The Man I Want To Be Tour,' anchored to land at The Star Gold Coast on March of this year.
Back for the first time since his sold-out concerts in 2015, Engelbert will be highlighting music from his most recent record "50", as well as quintessential hits like "The Last Waltz", "Quando Quando Quando", "Am I That Easy To Forget", "Release Me", and "A Man Without Love". Despite growing up painfully shy and the youngest of ten kids, Engelbert Humperdinck rose to fame in 1967, after his hit ‘Release Me' famously blocked The Beatles new track ‘Penny Lane' in the charts.
Spending 50 weeks in the UK charts, the beloved entertainer went on and skyrocketed to fame, winning hordes of women fans across the globe and becoming one of the most distinguished artists at that time. Engelbert has a career encompassing 50 years. He has 64 Gold albums under his name, 35 Platinum records, four Grammy nominations, and a Golden Globe. He has presented for the Queen four times and several presidents.
Don't miss this special night to be serenaded by Engelbert.
Catch the show on March 6 at The Star Gold Coast.
Grammy-nominated pop-rock trio HANSON is opening the next 25 years with a musical project unmatched in their history after their sold out 25th Anniversary World Tour, and Greatest Hits release. String Theory brings together an exciting partnership of song craftsmanship and lyrical beauty, expressing the established trio's music through a singular collaboration with Academy Award-winning arranger David Campbell. Leading to a world tour featuring the band playing live with Symphony Orchestras as well as a studio album, Hanson is back and stronger than ever.
Hanson has made an important mark in the music industry. It began with their skyrocketing rise after their 1997 global smash ‘MmmBop' made them a household name. Their first album, Middle Of Nowhere, earned some Top 40 singles. This led to countless radio hits, five more studio albums, multiple Grammy nominations and phenomenal record sales.
The band’s most prestigious musical project to date, String Theory features songs marking the band's entire career from ‘MmmBop’ to ‘Where’s The Love'. The project includes ‘This Time Around' and more. Fans will be treated to brand new or never-before-released songs like ‘Reaching For The Sky' and ‘Siren Call'.
Catch the show on March 8 at The Star Gold Coast.
Take an adventure and go on an amazing cultural trip through Ireland. Walk the glens of Antrim, all the way to the ring of Kerry, accompanied by singalong ballads, passion-filled traditional Irish music and dance, delivered by Internationally recognised Irish band Sásta. Combined with a breathtaking all-star dance troupe, choreographed by talented former two-time world champion Irish dancer, Heart of Ireland takes you on a journey to the Emerald isles.
Expect a few surprises in the show. Enjoy this memorable show that the whole family will enjoy. Let the Celtic spirit burn bright inside of you!
Don’t miss the show on March 16 at The Star Gold Coast.
The beloved picture book by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler has been translated into a play. After sell-out performances across the globe, The Gruffalo returns Down Under.
Join Mouse on a spectacular adventure through the thick and eerie wood in this unbelievable, musical adaptation of the well-loved book.
While scrounging for hazelnuts, Mouse meets the crafty Fox, the quirky old Owl and the energetic Snake. Will the story of the terrifying Gruffalo stop Mouse from being eaten by these hungry woodland creatures? There's no such creature as a Gruffalo. Is it make-believe, or is it real? Enjoy the catchy songs, laugh your heart out and be amazed. The kids will have a blast singing along. The adults will enjoy the show as well. The talented cast brings this story to life and transports audiences to a world where imagination and reality blur.
Watch The Gruffalo from March 8 – 9 at Home of the Arts.
Enjoy this restored version of the film, Sons Of Matthew.
Sons of Matthew is an iconic film in the archives of Australian cinema. It is Charles Chauvel’s most intimate and lofty work and took 18 months to finish. Filming in Queensland was hampered by flooding and heavy rain. It was a commercial success with local audiences when it premiered in December 1949. It was also released in the UK and US.
The film pays homage to the first farmers of northern New South Wales and south-east Queensland. Chauvel’s family originated in this area. He was employed on cattle stations during his growing up years. The film was filmed in Springbrook in the Gold Coast hinterland. Books written by Bernard O'Reilly inspired the story.
The Chauvel family had ties with the Gold Coast community. The Gold Coast Film Festival has an award named after the Chauvel. The Chauvel Award is awarded every year in April to honour an individual's contribution to the Australian film industry.
Catch the film on March 13 at Home of the Arts.
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