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gclt.com.au, call 5532 2096 or at the GCLT’s box of­fice at 21a Scar­bor­ough St, South­port. PINS AND NEE­DLES Tugun The­atre Com­pany: When a tat­too par­lour opens next to their hair salon, Sonya and Jes­sica can have no idea of the im­pact it can have on the lives of their fam­i­lies. The out­come pro­vides lots of laughs and a tear or two. Writ­ten by Lori Ste­wart and di­rected by Margaret Rad­cliffe, runs un­til Satur­day. Tickets from $15, call 0449 788 486 or visit tu­gunthe­atre.org A KICK IN THE BAUBLES Javeen­bah The­atre: The fes­tive com­edy drama pro­duc­tion from Javeen­bah The­atre. Frank is ex­pect­ing a car crash of a Christ­mas with snobby in-laws and ec­cen­tric neigh­bours. But when his es­tranged daugh­ter Milly re­turns home, the rug is pulled out from un­der­neath the chaos, re­veal­ing the heartache of a bro­ken fam­ily. Show­ing un­til Satur­day, visit javeen­bah.org.au or call 5596 0300 for tickets and more in­for­ma­tion. HEART­LAND Out­back Spec­tac­u­lar: The rugged and harsh plains of the out­back are brought to life in Out­back Spec­tac­u­lar’s new pro­duc­tion Heart­land. Watch as weath­ered land­scapes and pun­ish­ing sea­sons come to life in an im­mer­sive arena, with spe­cial ef­fects that will trans­port you into a world of drought, rain, hard­ship and tri­umph. Star­ring Robert Coleby, Cate Feld­mann and Mark Mitchell, a fam­ily must save their sta­tion dur­ing a drought, with the lar­rikin sup­port of their ec­cen­tric neigh­bours. Fea­tur­ing a star-stud­ded cast and amaz­ing an­i­mals. All with a three­course din­ner and drinks. Show be­gins Novem­ber 29, with tickets start­ing at $99. Visit out­back­spec­tac­u­lar.com.au or call 133 386. NINE PINTS Drac­ula’s, Broad­beach: Se­duc­tive and re­fined, Nine Pints is the new show hit­ting Drac­ula’s. A “Ve­gas af­ter dark” style cabaret show with side-split­ting hu­mour and sur­pris­ing in­ti­macy. A brand­new cast and new tech­nol­ogy, in­clud­ing amaz­ing py­rotech­nics, means fresh blood is puls­ing through the veins of the long­stand­ing venue. Show pack­ages start at $59. Visit drac­u­las.com.au DRAGALICIOUS The Av­enue Surfers Par­adise: The Av­enue has joined forces with two of Queens­land’s most tal­ented drag queens. Natasha St James and Terry Dak­tyl will be serv­ing up a blend of risqué com­edy num­bers, cap­ti­vat­ing cos­tumes and high en­ergy per­for­mances. On ev­ery Thurs­day 7pm. Tickets $25.


MISSY VADER AND THE DARK FORCE Twin Towns: A party band putting a mod­ern twist on cov­ers of rock and blues mu­sic. Fronted by a fe­male singer with a soul­ful voice, Jag­ger-like moves and at­ti­tude. Free show at the Stage from 7pm. RUSS WALKER Cherry at The Star: Ex- The Voice con­tes­tant Russ Walker per­forms R and B and pop mu­sic on gui­tar and vo­cals. Re­spected cor­po­rate artist from Bris­bane. Free show, from 8pm.


MARK DIVOLA Cur­rumbin RSL: En­joy Deck Acous­tics with Mark Divola, per­form­ing un­plugged with his voice, acous­tic gui­tar and stomp-

Catch indie rock band Holy Holy at Mi­ami Mar­ketta to­mor­row.

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