The Pirates of Penzance – Twenty-first (and final!) Anniversary Tour

Mackay, Mackay Area

10 February 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$15 to AU$22

Promac Productions have toured through Australia for several years now, with their unique versions of classic Gilbert and Sullivan musicals. Undoubtedly the most critically acclaimed and most popular is The Pirates of Penzance, with a cast of only six!

This fast paced and beautifully sung show which tours with a full set and costumes, is the complete production but beware in 2018, it will contain nuts and Donald Trump Additives. Hilarious! A true family musical comedy is what lies ahead, with the pirates clashing swords and trading barbs in this modern take.

I Am The Pirate King, Policeman’s Lot is Not a Happy One, Cat Like Tread and Poor Wandering One, are just a few of the hit songs performed in this world first production. So, say farewell to the Pirates as they sail off into the sunset, but not before providing the Whole family with a truly great time in the theatre. Don’t miss out!

Event Dates

This event occurs once only on:
10 February 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $22 - $22
Child $15 - $15 Child under 12.
Concession $20 - $20
Group $20 - $20 Per person for a group of six or more.
Member $20 - $20 MECC Member/Friend Of The MECC.
Student $20 - $20

Event Venues


THE MECC
Address:
Alfred Street
Mackay
Queensland, Australia 4740

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Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

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