|New South Wales 46|
Alpine, Ararat, Ballarat city, Banyule city, Bass Coast, Baw Baw, Bayside city, Benalla, Boroondara city, Brimbank city, Campaspe, Cardinia, Casey city, Colac-Otway, Corangamite, East Gippsland, Frankston city, Gannawarra, Glen Eira city, Golden Plains, Greater Bendigo city, Greater Dandenong city, Indigo, Kingston city, Macedon Ranges, Maroondah city, Melbourne city, Mildura, Mitchell, Port Phillip city, Queenscliffe, Strathbogie, Wellington, Wodonga city, Wyndham city, Yarra city
|South Australia 15|
|Western Australia 36|
|Northern Territory 9|
|Australian Capital Territory 1|
Published on 17 February 2020
West Gippsland Arts Centre’s exciting and diverse 2020 season of events has officially launched at the annual celebration event held last Thursday night.
Hosted by the Arts Centre team, the season launch was attended by local performance groups, members and guests. Deputy Mayor Cr Peter Kostos spoke on behalf of Council about the exciting season of shows and exhibitions ahead.
The 2020 season promises to offer a variety of theatre, music, children's and daylight entertainment to be amazed by, amused by, enthralled by and even confused by.
Among the many shows on offer, upcoming highlights include:American Song – Thursday 27 February at the WGAC Live on the Deck – Sunday 1 March outdoors in the WGAC forecourt Partners in Crime with Rhonda Burchmore and Lara Mulcahy – Friday 6 March at the WGAC Summer of the Seventeenth Doll – Tuesday 17 March at the WGAC The Gruffalo’s Child – Thursday 26 March at the WGAC
For those seeking more, membership packages are also available which includes a variety of benefits including discounts and access to exclusive offers.
To find out more view the full program online, or pick up a copy at the WGAC bookings office. For more information and to see the full list of events on offer, visit www.wgac.com.auQuotes attributable to Deputy Mayor Cr Peter Kostos
“We’re so proud to launch the exciting and dynamic 2020 season at the WGAC. The season will feature some well-known names in music, drama and comedy, as well as showcase our very own homegrown local talents. There is something on offer for all ages and interest and we encourage everyone to check out what’s on and book in a wonderful experience, nice and close to home.”