2018 Season Launch

Sunday 26 November 2017, 1.00pm
Presented by Dubbo Regional Theatre



Come celebrate with the team at DRTCC on Sunday 26 November as our Manager, Linda Christof, unveils the sensational ninth Season of touring shows!

The Season Launch is an exclusive, sneak-peek showcase of the exciting line-up of shows coming to our venue in 2018, featuring an array of highly acclaimed, international and homegrown acts that will take our patrons on a wonderful journey of intrigue and excitement.

By attending the Season Launch you will:
  • Be entertained by talented local and visiting guest artists

  • Be the first to receive the 2018 Season Booklet, listing the cavalcade of quality productions coming in 2018

  • VIP Box Office access to renew your subscription
  • Have the chance to win the lucky door prize of a Dubbo Regional Theatre $500 gift voucher, to be redeemed for our 2018 Season Shows*

At the conclusion of the Launch showcase, celebrations will continue in the theatre foyer with light refreshments and drinks. 



*Season Shows displaying the DRTCC logo in the Season Booklet


Performance Duration: 1 hour of memorable entertainment!


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Ticketing Information

NO REFUNDS / NO EXCHANGES
Before you begin an online transaction, please become familiar with our On-Line Ticketing Policy

This is a DRTCC show and the ticket prices are set by the DRTCC.

Contact DRTCC Box Office:
(02) 6801 4378 or info@drtcc.com.au

Box Office Opening Hours: 
9.30am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday and 1 hour prior to the show>

Telephone bookings are not available one hour prior to the show.
Please note a $2.95 telephone booking fee applies to all phone transactions. 

2017 Season Subscribers receive a COMPLIMENTARY TICKET on presentation of their Subscriber card at the Box Office (Bookings Essential, before 4:30pm Friday 10 November 2017)
All Tickets $25.00
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Purchase Tickets

Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre
Comedy Concert Dance Family Musical Opera Drama Salute to the Songwriters

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