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.