Wagga Academy of Ballet
Wagga Wagga Academy of Ballet's end of year dance performance - A variety of dance numbers including some some guest numbers!
Tickets on sale 14th November at 10:00am
Air Force Band - 'Firebird'
Experience Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite presented by Air Force Band performing its only public concert in Wagga Wagga for 2017. Also featured in the program are the Air Force Big Band, vocalist Corporal Roxanne Moxham and the Air Force Fifes and Drums.
Little Pattie is as energetic today as she was when she took a strong hold on the Australian music scene in the mid-sixties. With a succession of hits, her musical talents are credited with many industry awards. Enjoy a free morning tea before the performance.
A CRAWL TO NOW is a 90 minute live show featuring songs selected from over twenty albums representing an extensive catalogue. Songs from Australian Crawl to now.
Banff Film Festival
The world's most prestigious mountain film festival is coming back to Wagga Wagga. The 2018 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour showcases over 2 1/2 hours of the most enthralling mountain adventure films that will have you planning your next adventure before the credits roll.
Following 2017 sell-out performances of Swan Lake, Moscow Ballet La Classique returns to Wagga Wagga to present the jewel of classical ballet, Tchaikovsky’s spectacular masterpiece: The Nutcracker. Tickets On Sale NOW!
Mark Anthony - Hypnaughty
Australia's Naughtiest Hypnotist is bringing his sell out show to Roseleigh Manor! You as the audience are invited to take an active role in the entertainment as certified clinical hypnotist Mark Anthony uses the power of hypnosis to influence volunteers into side splitting situations.
Weird Wagga Walks
Discover some of Wagga Wagga’s weird, shady and intriguing past with an entertaining guided tour of around the beautiful river area of the city. Written and directed by Peter Cox, performed by Stephen Holt and presented by CoxiniShows in association with the Museum of the Riverina.
The Whitlams will tour nationally in their classic four-piece configuration to bring their 25th year to a rowdy finale. The Whitlams' line up of Tim Freedman on piano and vocals, Jak Housden on guitar, Warwick Hornby on bass and Terepai Richmond on drums will be delivering the sort of sprawling, rambunctious set they have become famous for.