Ella Hooper

Ella Hooper

This performance is part of Great Southern Nights. After a multitude of gold and platinum records and four ARIA Awards, Ella remains committed to her craft.

 Mar 23, 2024 7:30 pm

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With special guest Melody Pool

Ella Hooper was still a teenager when she burst onto the Australian music scene – Unearthed by Triple J when she was just 13, Ella scored her first number one with the single ‘Mascara’ on her 17th birthday. And at 18, she became the first woman to be awarded APRA’s Songwriter of the Year.

After releasing three hit albums with Killing Heidi, Ella embarked on a solo career. Her forthcoming album, Small Town Temple – written in her hometown of Violet Town – has been hailed as a new beginning, showcasing Ella’s deeply personal songwriting.

After a multitude of gold and platinum records and four ARIA Awards, Ella remains committed to her craft.

As she sings on Small Town Temple: “Still strong, still on a mission.”

Date & Time:

Saturday 23 March 7:30pm

Foyers, Box Office and Bar open one hour before the show starts.


Two hours 15 minutes including interval

Ticket Prices:

Adult $45
Concession $40
Civic Theatre Member $40
Child U16 $20


Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre
Burns Way off, Tarcutta St, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650

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There are options for vegetarians and meat lovers, and gluten free crackers can be arranged through the Box Office.

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