Music in the Morning presents

Last Morning at the Proms

Presented as part of Music in the Morning – a series of daytime concerts at the Wollongong Town Hall.

03 Sep – 03 Sep


100 Years of British hit songs and singers!

Promac Productions who recently gave us the incredibly popular The Pirates of Penzance bring their new show to the Wollongong Town Hall, Last Morning at The Proms.

Covering 100 years of tributes to British hit songs and singers, this show will contain a wonderful collection of songs from Dame Vera Lynn right through to Andrew Lloyd Webber and a whole lot in between.

Also in true Proms style, there will be some great sing-alongs as well!

A stellar cast led by star Australian Tenor Roy Best and Compere Christopher McKenna, this new show will be truly one of the highlights of the season.

Suitable for all ages.

The Music in the Morning concert springs open at 10am with a FREE morning tea, where the audience can meet and mingle in a relaxed setting before the live music begins at 11am. 

If you don’t want to miss any of the fabulous concerts as part of the Music in the Morning program, for only $22 per person you can choose the 4 -Show package for only $88 - a saving of $20. Offer expires 3 September 2018. 

Aged Care Group Bookings
For groups of 12 or more from nursing homes and/or aged care facilities, a group discount of $22 per ticket per show is available. Please contact the Box Office direct on (02) 4224 5999 or email info@merrigong.com.au

Central location
All shows are held at the iconic Wollongong Town Hall (Cnr Crown & Kembla Streets), located within Wollongong's vibrant and accessible Arts Precinct. Wheelchair access, mobility assistance and hearing assistance are available.

Wheelchair Seating
If Wheelchair accessible seating is required please advise Box Office at time of booking.

 


Venue Information

Venue
Wollongong Town Hall, Main Auditorium

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Details

Pricing
All Tickets: $27
Group 8+: $24
4 Show Package: $22

A per transaction fee of $6.95 applies for phone and online bookings.

Performance Times
General Public:
Mon 3 Sept, 11am

Running Time
Approx. 1 hr 20 mins (no interval)

Tickets On Sale
10am Monday 18 June 2018