Port Augusta Cultural Centre – Yarta Purtli
Art Gallery • Institute Theatre • The Barracks • Lea Memorial Theatre
For more information on upcoming exhibitions, please contact Maria Anderson, Arts Officer on (08) 8641 9175.
For further information please contact Lindy Madigan, Venue Co-ordinator (08) 8641 9174.
A Migrant's Son
Thursday 12 September
Direct from a sell-out season at Adelaide Cabaret Festival, A Migrant's Son is a true story that explores the migration from Greece to Australia during the 1930's. Written and directed by award-winning performer Michaela Burger (Exposing Edith), this extraordinary new work conveys incredible historical events that are brought to life through original compositions, creating a unique and touching account that is both hard-hitting and hilarious.
Adults – $27
Groups 6+ – $24 ea
Under 17 – $10
Lea Memorial Theatre
Dance Explosions Presents: Lights, Camera, Action
Saturday 21 September – Sunday 22 September
2:00 pm (both days)
Children 4 and under: $4
Children 5-14: $9
Adult (15+): $14
$5 from every Adult/Child/Senior ticket will be donated to Cancer Council SA
Friday 01 November – Sunday 03 November
Anderson Dancers Presents '50 years of Pantomime'.
Come and join the fun with the cast and students as they present Ethel Anderson's adaption of 'Aladdin and his Magic Lamp', the story of a kind-hearted street urchin and the Grand Vizier who fight for a magic lamp that has the power to make all their wishes come true. Don't miss out on this truly fabulous performance.
Friday 1st November – 7:30 pm
Saturday 2nd November – 1:30 pm
Sunday 3rd November – 1:30 pm
Tickets on sale from 16 September
Hans: Like a German
Friday 29 November
rated MA15+ – contains language and adult themes
He triumphantly conquered stage and screen in America and Britain. Now the glamorous, international superstar Hans is on the road in Australia. It's an accordion-pumping, foot-stomping, glittering comedy cabaret blitzkrieg! Dishing the dirt on America's Got Talent, hilarious Hans will have you slapping your thighs so hard, you'll think it's Oktoberfest.