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.
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
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.
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