SHOWS RETRO VAMPT Dracula’s, Broadbeach: The famed cabaret restaurant’s latest vampire vaudeville show celebrates the 1970s through big hair, spandex flares and a funky song list. Show for 15+ audiences. The psychedelic-inspired comedy cabaret stars Rudi Testa, Richard Macionis, David Kume, Danielle Glanville and a live band. Dinner and show Tuesdays to Saturdays. Arrivals from 6.30pm. draculas.com.au SALUTE TO THE LIGHT HORSE Outback Spectacular: Saddle up for a remarkable journey to the snow-capped mountains of the high country where legendary yarns come alive and one of Australia’s most stirring true stories is reborn as they commemorate the Centenary of the ANZACS and the heroes of the legendary Australian Light Horse. Tickets from $69.99. outbackspectacular.com.au REAL INSPECTOR HOUND Murwillumbah Theatre Company: A one-act play by Tom Stoppard. The plot follows two theatre critics named Moon and Birdboot who are watching a ludicrous set up of a country house murder mystery, in the style of a whodunit. By chance, they become involved in the action causing a series of events that parallel the play they are watching. Call 02 6672 6753 or go to the website murwillumbah theatrecompany.com MOSCOW BALLET SWAN LAKE The Arts Centre: Grand International Concerts present Moscow Ballet La Classique, Swan Lake. Following their 2015 sell-out performances of Sleeping Beauty, Moscow Ballet makes a triumphant return to Australia presenting their spectacular performance of the most splendid ballet of all time, brought to life by Tchaikovsky’s spectacular score masterpiece. March 20, 7.30pm. Tickets $55 – $85. Go to theartscentregc.com.au TODAY DOGTAGS O’Malleys Surfers Paradise: A stellar night of live entertainment featuring modern rockers Dogtags, Melbourne’s Mr Clyde and local favourite Joshy Dredz. Starts at 8pm. Free entry. PLUMB LOCO BAND German Club: Playing 50s and 60s classic rock n roll from 8pm. DAVID DE VITO De Vito Waterfront: The chef singing and on guitar unplugged from 6pm for diners. ZOOKEEPERS Southport Sharks: Modern jive live from 8.30pm. Free entry. PRO PARTY Coolangatta Hotel: DJs Glazer, Derek Azevedo and Pedro Link spinning tunes to get you amped for the Quiksilver Pro. Starts at 6pm. Free entry. TOMORROW ILUKA Miami Marketta: Songstress Iluka performs on her Blue My Soul tour, supported by James Bennett. Doors open 5pm. Free entry. TESLA CØILS Elsewhere: Dark electronic duo Tesla Cøils make their interstate tour debut to launch their latest single, Escape Pod. Supported by Wren Klauf and Simi Lacroix. Doors open 9pm. Entry $10+. CELTIC BEAT Jupiters Gold Coast: Experience an inspirational journey covering over 60 years of Irish music and humour with performers Peter Byrne, Paul Martell, Eileen McCann and Cameron Maher. Doors open 7pm. Tickets from $59.90. MATTY ROGERS Burleigh Brewing: A unique blend of blues, folk, and rock paired with husky vocals and percussive guitar. Doors open 5pm. Free entry. O’LEARY AND THE MUNSTER BUCKS Southport Sharks: Limber up for a river dance as traditional Irish group O’Leary and The Munster Bucks perform live for St Patrick’s Day Celebrations from 8.30pm. Free entry. EMMA PASK AND TRIO The Arts Centre: Emma Pask, a protégé of noted Australian jazz musician, James Morrison, performs live in Paradise Showroom. Doors open 6pm. Tickets $25 – $30. DANIEL IRWIN Cabana Bar and Lounge: Young Gold Coast muso plays live and acoustic at Southport Sharks’ Cabana Bar and Lounge from 5pm. Free entry. PARTNERS IN CRIME Burleigh Heads Bowls Club: Get ready to put your dancing shoes on because Partners in Crime will have you shaking all around the dance floor from 7.30pm. Free entry. THE BARLEYSHAKES NightQuarter: Celebrate the luck of the Irish with the Barleyshakes supported by Gold Coast Pipe Band. Doors open 4pm. Entry $3. SATURDAY ASA BROOMHALL Miami Marketta: Independent rock and roots artist showcases his new album, The Heat And The Rain plus classic favourites, supported by Luke Pauley. Doors open 4pm. Free entry. PLUMB LOCO BAND Club Banora: Playing 50s and 60s classic rock n roll from 7.30pm QLD time. Free entry. THE LIVING END NightQuarter: One of Australia’s most recognisable modern pub rock bands take the stage on their Staring Down the Highway tour. Supported by The Bennies and Good Boy. Doors open 4pm. Tickets $51.55.
Emma Pask and Trio play at The Arts Centre tomorrow.