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TERRORBYTE Drac­ula’s, Broad­beach: Pre­pare for the hyp­not­i­cally cap­ti­vat­ing Terrorbyte. The eter­nally damned present a spine-tin­gling vaude­ville world that is brash, en­er­getic and de­light­fully trashy as vam­pires re­claim their ca­chet. Star­ring Richard Pa­cionic, Rudi Testa, Amanda Conti, David Kume, Inia De­war, Dan­nielle Glanville and Ben Win­stan­ley. Din­ner and show Tues­days to Satur­days. Ar­rivals from 6.30pm. De­tails at drac­u­las.com.au RE­TURN OF HIGH COUN­TRY LEGENDS Out­back Spec­tac­u­lar: A leg­end is born with the in­tro­duc­tion of a stun­ning new show pre­sented by Ringers Western. Wit­ness the brav­ery, beauty and courage of the great­est Aus­tralian sto­ries never told, High Coun­try Legends. Tick­ets from $69.99. Book­ings es­sen­tial. Go to out­back­spec­tac­u­lar.com.au or call 133 386. DRAGALICIOUS The Av­enue Surfers Par­adise: Th­ese queens are set­ting the stage for an elec­tric night of glam and glit­ter with new ad­di­tion, Dragalicious. The Av­enue has joined forces with two of Queens­land’s most in­cred­i­bly tal­ented and glam­orous drag queens. The self-pro­claimed ‘Three-Legged Beauty’ Natasha St James and ‘The Gen­der Ben­der’ Terry Dak­tyl, who are no strangers to The Av­enue stage, will be serv­ing up a blend of glitz and glam, risqué com­edy num­bers, cap­ti­vat­ing cos­tumes and high en­ergy per­for­mances that will il­lu­mi­nate and de­light their au­di­ence. Ev­ery Thurs­day 7pm. Tick­ets are $25. HEATHERS — THE MU­SI­CAL Spotlight The­atri­cal Com­pany: Based on the cult clas­sic, Heathers — The Mu­si­cal is in­fused with an ’80s pop score that takes a look into the highs and lows of high school and its some­times deadly con­se­quences. Di­rected and chore­ographed by award­win­ning Jamie Watt, Heathers — The Mu­si­cal is guar­an­teed to have you wav­ing your scrunchies and rock­ing those iconic shoul­der pads. Call 5539 4255 to book. Last day Sun­day. CAL­EN­DAR GIRLS Tam­borine Moun­tain Lit­tle The­atre: Adapted by Tim Firth from his smash-hit film of the same name, Cal­en­dar Girls is based on an in­spir­ing true story that is both poignant and hi­lar­i­ous. A group of ex­tra­or­di­nary women, mem­bers of a very or­di­nary York­shire Women’s In­sti­tute, spark a global phe­nom­e­non by per­suad­ing one an­other to pose au nat­u­ral for a char­ity cal­en­dar with a dif­fer­ence. As in­ter­est snow­balls, the Cal­en­dar Girls find them­selves re­veal­ing more than they’d ever planned. Tick­ets $18, call 5545 2084 to book.

TO­DAY

ZOOKEEPERS South­port Sharks: Mod­ern jive live from 8.30pm. Free en­try. A NIGHT AT THE OPERA De Vito Wa­ter­front: Ital­ian duets and clas­sic show­stop­pers with big vo­cals from David De Vito and so­prano Alana Scott. Starts at 6pm. Book­ings rec­om­mended. MICHAEL BOLTON The Star Gold Coast: Michael Bolton will be per­form­ing tonight with a full orches­tra as he takes fans on a mu­si­cal jour­ney of his great­est hits – those he has re­leased him­self and those he has writ­ten for oth­ers. Known for his soul­ful voice and touch­ing lyrics, Michael will de­liver his cat­a­logue of hits ac­com­pa­nied by the Cam­er­ata Orches­tra and joined by spe­cial guest singer Sil­vie Pal­adino. Starts at 7pm. Tick­ets $131.55 from star.com.au/ gold­coast

TOMORROW

LONE WOLF & CUB Burleigh Heads Bowls Club: Father and son duo with unique har­mony, play past and present hits from 7.30pm. Free en­try. SEED — AGWA NightQuar­ter: The sec­ond week of the Queens­land Con­ser­va­to­rium Grif­fith Uni­ver­sity Seed se­ries con­tin­ues, this week fea­tur­ing Agwa, An­gus Oastler, Emily Jane and Cold Ghost. Doors open 4pm. En­try $3. FRI­DAY FAVOURITES De Vito Wa­ter­front: Favourite tunes from then un­til now with David De Vito on pi­ano, gui­tar, vo­cals and “may­hem”, Tarscha De Vito on vo­cals and Stef Lazaro on big vo­cals. Starts at 6pm. Book­ings rec­om­mended. WAYNE BRADY Star Gold Coast: Five-time Emmy win­ner and Grammy nom­i­nee Wayne Brady re­turns to Aus­tralia. Ac­tor, singer, dancer, im­pro­viser, and song­writer – don’t miss the star of Whose Line is it Any­way? and Hamil­ton for an evening of “did he just say that?” and “that boy can sing” im­pro. Doors open 7pm. Tick­ets $99 from star.com.au/gold­coast PERCH CREEK Mi­ami Mar­ketta: This Melbourne-based in­ter­na­tional tour­ing act write and per­form har­mony driven mod­ern pop/folk mu­sic with a cre­ative en­ergy and fear­less spirit. Doors open 5pm. Free en­try. NIGHTQUAR­TER SPEC­TAC­U­LAR NightQuar­ter: Fire, ac­ro­bat­ics and en­ergy! A mes­meris­ing stage show set to sur­prise and de­light. From high en­ergy fire shows with spec­tac­u­lar move­ment, thrilling ac­ro­bat­ics, ma­gi­cians, aerial per­for­mances and more. Head down for din­ner and a show. Starts at 6.30pm. En­try $3. ELLY HART Ra­mada Ho­tel Hope Har­bour: Acous­tic gui­tar vo­cal­ist Elly Hart plays her roots and folk tunes with that in­fec­tious laid-back charm. Starts at 6pm. Free en­try. THE WAY­WARD SUNS Cur­rumbin Pub: Head down for the Way­ward Suns’ sig­na­ture hip hop, blues, roots, funk rock in­die fu­sion, fluc­tu­at­ing am­pli­fied and acous­tic way­ward ex­pres­sions. They will share the stage with Dreams Of Indigo, Da­neel and the Feel and Ryan Munro. Doors open 8pm. En­try $10. BENNY WHISKEY Burleigh Brew­ing: One half of Hell and Whiskey, Benny is rock­ing out solo play­ing only blues, clas­sic rock, and his own blues/rock­a­billy in­fused songs. Starts 3pm. Free en­try. MICHAEL EOTVOS Ca­bana Bar, South­port Sharks: Michael has been a multi in­stru­men­tal­ist since the age of 17 and his abil­ity to adapt cov­ers to his own style has made him a pop­u­lar artist on the cov­ers scene. Starts at 5pm. Free en­try. DIRTY CHAN­NEL South­port Sharks: If you are into rock roots jam, then th­ese guys are for you. This band has sup­ported a huge range of acts such as Robben Ford, the Black Sor­rows, Wendy Matthews, Yothu Yindi and the late Billy Thorpe. Starts at 8.30pm. Free en­try.

SATUR­DAY

THE PO­LAR BEARS Lon­es­tar Tav­ern: One of the Coast’s most rockin’ small live mu­sic venues is back with a weekly per­for­mance from fourpiece group The Po­lar Bears. They play the best rock clas­sics from the ’80s and ’90s to to­day. Starts at 7.30pm. Free en­try. MUKI NightQuar­ter: Muki is

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