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TWO DOORS DOWN Mur­willum­bah Theatre Com­pany: Clas­sic Aussie com­e­dy­drama deals with one fam­ily’s at­tempt to come to terms with a year-old tragedy. Sam Steen di­rects. Opens to­mor­row at 6.30pm (Qld time). Plays Fridays and Satur­days un­til March 22 with two Sun­day mati­nees at 1pm on March 16 and 23. Cabaret seat­ing. BYO food and drinks. Tick­ets $15. TASHI The Arts Cen­tre Gold Coast: Imag­i­nary Theatre brings to life Anna and Bar­bara Fien­berg’s wellloved ad­ven­ture books

and Suit­able for kids aged 4-10. Plays tonight at 6pm, to­mor­row at 10.30am and 1pm. Tick­ets $19.50. AN­NIE Spot­light Theatre, Benowa: Or­phan searches for a fam­ily to care for her. Kim Reynolds di­rects and chore­ographs, with Greta Brins­ley as­sis­tant chore­og­ra­pher and Kris­tine Den­nis as mu­si­cal di­rec­tor. Last days. Tonight, to­mor­row and Satur­day at 7.30pm. Tick­ets $20-35. THE ONED­ERS The Pavil­ion, Been­leigh Show­grounds: Phoenix En­sem­ble pro­duc­tion cel­e­brates the singers, song­writ­ers and pop stars that tasted the joy of fame with a sin­gle hit. Cast of 15 in­cludes five-piece band live on stage. Plays Fridays and Satur­days un­til March 22. Tick­ets $22-26. IL­LU­SIONS Sanc­tu­ary Cove: Globe-trot­ting Ox­en­ford show­man and Aus­tralian En­ter­tainer of the Year Matt Hol­ly­wood blends com­edy, tricks and stunts as he per­forms his lat­est il­lu­sions. Ex­tended sea­son continues un­til April 27. Tick­ets $39. Fam­ily, din­ner, show deals. Fridays to Sun­days at 7pm, mati­nee Satur­days at 4pm. SIN & TONIC Drac­ula’s, Broad­beach: The famed cabaret restau­rant’s lat­est va­ri­ety show melds Berlin bur­lesque, mis­chievous com­edy, car­ni­val nov­elty acts and a punchy songlist. Show for 18+ au­di­ences. Stars Rudi Testa, Danielle Cas­son, Richard Ma­cio­nis, Me­gan Bar­ryCot­ter and a live band. Din­ner and show Tues­days to Satur­days. Ar­rivals from 6.30pm. SPIRIT OF THE HORSE Aus­tralian Out­back Spec­tac­u­lar, Ox­en­ford: Din­ner and show with a cast of larg­erthan-life char­ac­ters, big stunts, spe­cial ef­fects, live mu­sic and a three-course meal. Plays Tues­days to Satur­days with mati­nees on the last Sun­day of the month. Doors 6.15pm. Tick­ets from $79.99.

TONIGHT

THE GROWLERS Coolan­gatta Ho­tel: Californian garage-rock­ers The Growlers bring their ‘60s psy­che­delic flavoured sound to Aus­tralia for the first time. To­mor­rows Tulips and lo­cal band TSUN sup­port. Tick­ets $30. BENNO’S BIG SING Provin­cial Bar: Benno plays the acous­tic­sound­track of your life — hits from the 1970s to now. Show 7pm. THE BEL­LOWS The Loft: By­ron Bay soul band The Bel­lows head­line a night of great mu­sic with Teigan Le Plas­trier, The Shore­fires, Jessie Ryan-Allen and Men­tally Twins. Show at 8pm. $10 en­try. FRAZER GOOD­MAN The Vault: Singer and pi­anist Frazer Good­man en­ter­tains with his blend of blues, funk and soul­ful grooves. Show at 7pm. ZOOKEEP­ERS South­port Sharks: Cov­ers and mod­ern jive live from 7.30pm. Free en­try. THE HOL­I­DAYS Else­where: In­die, pop and soul band The Hol­i­days launch their sec­ond al­bum Real Feel. The Cairos sup­port. Tick­ets $25. SEX ‘N’ CHOCO­LATE EAST: Live mu­sic from lo­cal band Sex ‘N’ Choco­late for Wor­ship Thurs­days ladies’ nights. FORRO D-QUINTA TRIO Swingin’ Sa­fari: Clas­sic Brazil­ian mu­sic and reg­gae roots from 9pm. Tick­ets $5.

TO­MOR­ROW

FREN­ZAL RHOMB Coolan­gatta Ho­tel: Hi­lar­i­ous punk-rock­ers play their old favourites. Tick­ets $25. THE ROLLING STONES EX­PE­RI­ENCE Burleigh Un­der­ground Drum­mers: Char­ity night to raise funds for Ali­cia Jon­son’s cancer treat­ment in Ger­many. Rolling Stones trib­ute band per­forms live. The Matty Rogers Band, Ja­son Kafoa and The Real Deal and MooMooPappa sup­port. $20. Twin Towns: Mu­si­cal mashup star­ring three Mel­bourne drag queens who turn the out­back upside down af­ter ac­cept­ing a gig. Show at 8pm. Tick­ets $35. CAT­FISH & THE DEE­JAYS Surfers RSL: Old school rock­ers play old-time hits. Show 7.30pm. BEC WHITE­HEAD The Vault: Lo­cal songstress sings jazz, pop and soul. Ni­cole Park­erBrown warms up the stage for Jazz and Shiraz from 4pm, with Bec White­head from 7pm. Free. DANIEL DE NIRO Van­ity Night­club: Daniel De Niro, Jake Car­mody and Jaden Took play the best in commercial house. BLEACH* OPEN­ING PARTY The Sound­lounge: El­iz­a­beth Rose, The Trou­ble With Tem­ple­ton and Hey Geron­imo help kick off the surf-cul­ture fes­ti­val. Show at 8.30pm. Tick­ets $22. EM­MERICH Burleigh Brew­ing Com­pany: Brew­house Bash at the Brew­house Bar with Em­merich. Show 5pm8.30pm. FLASH Plat­inum Night­club: Flash and Craig Roberts play big-room house mu­sic. TOM STARKS SinCity Night­club: Tom Starks on the decks. WALLY & THE GATORS RSL South­port: Cover band keeps the dance­floor busy. Show

at 7.30pm. Free en­try. ANDY SKI & JDUB Cock­tails Night­club: Res­i­dents spin the lat­est in commercial dance. DJ TOM­CAT Ko­mune: DJ Tom­cat on the decks for the Jaymes Swimwear Cheeky Pant fash­ion launch. DJ Flo sup­ports. Show at 7pm. Free en­try. GCRNB ALL STARS EAST: Catch the hottest R’n’B tracks with live video mix­ing for Creme Fridays. SOFT­WAR Else­where: Soft­war duo hit the decks. Bris­bane’s Tim Fuchs and Audun sup­port. Tick­ets $10. MAD PERU­VIANS Swingin’ Sa­fari: Mad Peru­vians present Fri­day Fi­esta with salsa, reg­gae and funky Latin house. Salsa lessons from 7pm. Show at 8pm. Tick­ets $5. STEADY EDDY The Arts Cen­tre Gold Coast: Steady Eddy, a famed co­me­dian who suf­fers from cere­bral palsy, does live stand-up for Com­edy in the Base­ment. Show 8pm. $25. SONG­WRIT­ERS CIR­CLE The Loft: Star­ring singer­song­writ­ers Ella Fence, Kate Leopold, David Aurora, Jorja May and Katie Who. Show 8pm. $10. CON­NOR CRUISE Love Nightlife: Miss Hawai­ian Tropic Na­tional Fi­nal with the son of celebrity royalty Con­nor Cruise on the decks. DJ Turhan sup­ports. PACHA MAMMA South­port Sharks: Roots, rock and blues. Show 8.30pm. Free. ARCHIE RYE Cur­rumbin RSL: Clas­sic rock duo. Show at 7pm. Free en­try.

The Growlers play Coolan­gatta Ho­tel.

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