Corpse, Gold Coast Little Theatre, Southport: Whodunit thriller written by Gerald Moon and directed by Nathan Schulz. Set in London in 1936, it tells the story of Evelyn Farrat, who is insanely jealous of his twin brother, Rupert (both played by Dean Mayer). Evelyn employs a shady sergeant major as part of a plot to kill Rupert. Plays Thursdays to Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm until July 20. Call 5532 2096 or visit gclt.com.au to book. Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs, Spotlight’s Basement Theatre: Last days! Top Hat Productions presents this school holiday panto, written and directed by Kate Peters. Plays today and tomorrow at 10.30am and 1.30pm and Saturday at 11am and 2pm. Call 5539 4255 to book. Puppet Tricksters, Gerda Pinter Pavillion, Macintosh Island Park: Last days! The Queensland Theatre of Puppetry hosts Sydney puppeteer Dennis Murphy for this school holiday family puppet production. Plays today and tomorrow at 9.30am and 11am. No bookings required. Tickets $5. Visit qtop.org.au for details. LumiAir – A Cirque Extraordinaire, Jupiters Hotel & Casino: An international cast of 40 cirque performers, dancers and acrobats – including locals Jenna Dearness Dark (vocals) and Lucia Carbines (contortionist/aerialist) – star in this stage extravaganza. Plays Tuesdays to Saturdays at 7.30pm, with matinees at 1pm Wednesdays, 3pm Saturdays and 4pm Sundays. Tickets from $49. Call 132 849 to book. The Sound of Music, Players Theatre, Swift Street, Ballina: Last days! Ballina Players presents this classic musical about the Von Trapp family. Plays today and tomorrow at 8pm. Call (02) 6686 2440 or visit ballinaplayers.com.au to book. Sin & Tonic, Dracula’s, Broadbeach: The famed cabaret restaurant’s new variety show melds Berlin burlesque, mischievous comedy, carnival novelty acts and a punchy songlist. Show for 18+. Stars Rudi Testa, Danielle Casson, Richard Macionis, Megan Barry-Cotter and a live band. Dinner/show Tuesdays to Saturdays. Arrivals from 6.30pm. Spirit of the Horse, Australian Outback Spectacular, Oxenford: A dinner and show spectacle with a cast of larger-than-life characters, incredible stunts, special effects, live music and a three-course meal. Plays Tuesdays to Saturdays, with matinees on the last Sunday of the month. Doors open 6.15pm. Tickets from $79.99.
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