Jetty Theatre Update

Dear August Tour
Starring Darren Coggan & Olivia Coggan | Friday 9 June, 8pm

This June, something special is coming to the Jetty with the father-daughter duo Darren Coggan and Olivia Coggan. A project born from a 2021 lockdown, Darren and Olivia dedicated this time to writing

and recording a seven- track EP ‘Dear August’. The original album focuses on the universal values they each hold true and will be performed along with a selection of favourites from Darren’s albums and concept shows. An engaging combination of emerging talent and a seasoned performer, Dear August certainly is a most beautiful lockdown project.

Luke Kidgell – Happy Hour | Monday 12 & Tuesday 13 June, 6pm & 9pm

Luke Kidgell is bringing the lols to Coffs with his brand new show ‘Happy Hour” (which is actually 90 minutes long FYI). With an online audience of over 3 million fans, Luke is known for his energetic and occasionally outrageous shows full of audience interaction and lightning-fast wit. It’s very easy to get lost in an online rabbit hole of Luke’s funniest 30-second clips but incomparably better to see him work the room in person so come join us for a weekday giggle.

Elton & Billy: Face to Face 25 Year Anniversary |
Thursday 29 June, 7.30pm

Also in town to work the crowd are Elton and Billy for the 25-year anniversary of their Face To Face 1998 tour. After selling out his last Jetty Theatre show, Australia’s premier Billy Joel performer – Anthony Mara – returns once more, this time joined by Australia’s premier Elton John performer –Greg Andrew – and alongside their world-class band. Celebrating the musical journey of two legends and their remarkable careers in a performance full to the brim of back-to-back hits showcasing showmanship and virtuoso piano playing.

Daniel Hidden
Presents: Seeing is beLIEving | Friday 30 June, 7.30pm

Without giving too much away, Daniel Hidden is a deception artist, a charismatic new breed of magician bringing the art form to the next level and into the 21 st century. The rabbit out of the hat is gone and in its place is an original routine of mind-blowing deceptions crafted from mentalism, impossible feats, illusions and razor-sharp sleight of hand. With a laid-back and very likable Daniel at the helm, Seeing is BeLIEving is an interactive crowd-pleaser full of unexpected turns.

2023 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow | Saturday 1 & Sunday 2 July, 7.30pm

A great night of comedy featuring 5 of the best and brightest comedians and their world-class material, it’s a jam-packed show and a must-see on the calendar for all comedy fans.

For the Kids: School Holiday Gigs
Tiptoe Giants | Wed 5 July, 10.30am
A Little Bit of Blue | Wed 12 – 10am & 1pm | Thursday 13 July – 10am

The little ones in your life are spoilt for choice these winter school holidays with two marvellous performances and accompanying workshops to pick from. Tiptoe Giants are getting the hearts racing

and feet jumping with their original and oh-so-catchy music to dance, stomp and tiptoe along to. And A Little Bit Of Blue is an interactive environmental detective story told with puppetry that delves deep into the unique habits of the Satin Bowerbird. It’s a fun, frolicking mix of detective noir and slapstick woven into a fascinating tale of an extraordinary Australian animal.

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