Darren Coggan - Home for Christmas
As restrictions ease, the capacity permitted inside the Pilbeam Theatre auditorium has increased. This makes it harder to maintain physical distancing in our foyer spaces. Patrons are encouraged to wear a mask while entering and exiting the auditorium, and moving through the foyers. This is not compulsory but recommended by Queensland Health. Regular cleaning of all surfaces and touch points is still being undertaken, and hand sanitiser is available throughout the building for patrons use.
Full Terms and Conditions here.
Home For Christmas is a fun and engaging performance full of laughter and sing-a-long songs that promises to be the gift of the season. As his thoughts turn to home, strumming a guitar, Darren reimagines much loved Christmas favourites, reminiscing warm childhood memories of family and friends.
Joining Darren on stage for some Christmas frivolity, a very special appearance from Santa Claus himself, as he drops by to check that the ‘Boomers’ are all set to go on his Australian run.
However you celebrate the Christmas season, whether with a fond memory of a loved one, a longing for someone far away or in the company of family and friends, may you find peace and indeed be Home For Christmas.
Darren Coggan is one of Australia’s most exciting and diverse artists, a masterful storyteller with a knack of weaving fascinating and perceptive tales through his songs. From humble beginnings, strumming a guitar by ‘the ‘Bidgee’ river in his beloved hometown of Wagga Wagga, to selling out The Sydney Opera House Concert Hall with Peace Train The Cat Stevens Story, Darren has forged a unique, diverse career that has seen him embrace the Australian Country Music, Musical Theatre and Television industries with aplomb.
It was the boy from Wagga Wagga, Darren Coggan, who emerged as the evening’s king of hearts. Coggan has a fresh, powerful, expressive voice, and he just oozed style.
Please note that COVID regulations may prevent us from offering our usual morning tea with this show. Please check with the venue a few days before the show.
Morning Melodies is presented by Rockhampton Regional Council and Bolsover Radiology. The free morning tea is supplied by Brumby's Allenstown, Gracemere, Parkhurst.
Ticket transaction fees may apply to purchases. Fees are based on your method of payment, delivery and the specific event you are attending.
EITHER a fee of $5.40 per transaction will apply for a booking made with the box office by telephone
OR a fee of $1.65 per ticket will apply for tickets purchased online.
Delivery charges if applicable are detailed at Check-Out.
Cash sales in person at the Box Office will not incur transaction fees.
These fees are current until 30 June 2021
COST: Adult $20, Pensioner $18, Group 10+ Adult $18.50, Group 10+ Pensioner $17, Friend of Theatre $19