Upcoming events

You’ll Never Guess Where I Hid The Cheese

Monday 30 September 2019 – 1 pm

​“100  out  of  10” –  Finnley (age  8)

“I haven’t laughed so hard in all of the comedy festival.”
– Mum, MICF 2018


YOU’LL NEVER GUESS WHERE I HID THE CHEESE is a clown show. It’s Freddy Mercury with a cheesehead, extravagantly mimed escapes and lots of cheesy portmanteaus (“it’s a travescheese!”). Next to all this, it’s Steve Meagher on the keys, making the full range of kooky sound effects and musical wonders on a Korg R3 synthesizer.

The “out-of-the-ordinary” (The Plus Ones) Debbie Zukerman and “superb” (Adelaide Theatre Guide) Alicia Gonzalez are joined by Steve Meagher, and together they’ll take you on an adventure into the heart of Cheese.


$11 each or $40 Group of 4

Sunset Strip

Wednesday 9 October – 7 pm

A new Australian black comedy about all manners of love, family dysfunction, prosthetic breasts, and making the best of lousy situations. Tackles key health issues of breast cancer and dementia, wrapped in an accessible, warm and uplifting domestic drama. There are laughs along the way, tears and moments of sheer joy.

“There is no value in life except what you choose to place upon it and no happiness in any place except what you bring to it yourself.” – Henry David Thoreau

At Sunset Strip the only people left are those who couldn’t leave. Arriving home after a bout of chemotherapy to this once thriving summer hot-spot, Caroline finds the lake completely dried up, the holiday-makers long gone.

Yet her younger sister, the ever-optimistic Phoebe, remains doggedly hopeful. Between a stint in rehab, caring for her demented Dad (who has a penchant for training goldfish) and losing her kids temporarily to DOCS, Phoebe has managed to find love in Teddy, a local fallen fella with a big heart. And now that Caroline is back, Phoebe is determined to make life fabulous.

Suzie Miller (Caress/Ache) returns to the Stables to examine all manners of love, family dysfunction and making the best of shitty situations and prosthetic breasts. Directed by Anthony Skuse, Sunset Strip finds the humour in tragedy and creates an unlikely path for humanity to triumph.

Content Warning
Contains use of theatrical haze, smoking of herbal cigarettes and reference to drug use.

Themes: 15+


Tickets coming soon.

Hangi in the Country: World Cafe 2019

Saturday 26 October
11 am:

2pm: Jay Laga’aia presents a family entertainment show


Hangi in the Country III: World Cafe

Traditional Maori Hangi dinner + some hints of flavours form around the world

Doors Open: 6:30pm



Melinda Schneider’s A Farewell to Doris Melinda Schneider - Farewell to Doris

Friday 8th November | 7:30pm

Early Bird Tickets now available:

Sunflower Art Festival – Grains of the Plains

Friday 22nd – Sunday 24th November

Entry forms available now:

Upcoming Events in 2020

Tamworth on the Road

Tamworth Country Music showcase, featuring a house band and numerous Country Music Artists all from Tamworth region including Sally-Anne Whitten and others.

Date being announced soon.

WHAT’S NEW PUSSYCAT – Swinging 60’s show

Thursday 13th February 2020 | Valentine’s Day eve | 10 am

A joyous, foot-stamping, hand-clapping celebration of the Swingin’ Sixties with hits by Tom Jones, Burt Bacharach, The Mamas and the Papas, Petula Clark, Aretha Franklin, Dusty Springfield, Carole King, and The Fab Four, performed by Australia’s favourite cabaret duo – Melissa Langton & Mark Jones.

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow

Thursday 25th June 2020


Monday 17th August 2020 | 10 am

BEEP performed by Windmill Theatre Co

In Mort’s Village everything has its place, every day is the same and everyone likes it that way. Until one morning, crash, boom, bang… down comes Beep. With Windmill’s trademark design, gentle storytelling, music and puppetry, Beep explored what happens when someone new comes to town.

Themes: For ages 2-7


Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase

Wednesday 18 November 2020

A 2-hour gala style show hosted by an MC with a diverse range of comedians performing a variety of comedy, from musical maestros to deadpan comics to absurdist acts.

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