2017 was a great year for the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre (BREC), scooping the Performance Arts Centre of the Year Award from APACA (The Australian Performing Arts Centres Association). The award underpins what we at Ray White Bunbury have known all along – that our city has an outstanding performance arts and entertainment scene.
What's on in the coming months at Bunbury's nationally renowned BREC?
World-famous ballet The Nutcracker tells the story of a young girl who's favourite Christmas toy, her beloved nutcracker doll, comes to life. Battles with mice kings, a magician named Drosselmeyer and a kingdom of dolls all feature in this classic tale. With an accompanying score from Tchaikovsky, including the well known "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy", you'll be sure to get lost in this magical world.
The Moscow Ballet la Classique will be bringing this story to life, following their sell out production of Swan Lake last year. The performance will be held on Saturday 17 March at 7:30 pm.
Taking place on Saturday 14 April at 1pm, Changemakers let's you take part in a global phenomenon. Young people all over the world are making change happen, and Change Makers invites some of the best to share their stories about how they've tried to bring about change in their local communities. Afterwards, a workshop will be held where the audience will bring their own ideas to the table, and get advice on how to get these projects off the ground.
A truly unique experience and a chance to really make a difference, Changemakers is not to be missed.
Australia's largest comedy festival is going on tour, with a range of home-grown and international talent to get you laughing. For nearly 20 years, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow has been making us chuckle with all sorts of stand-up, sketches, satire and songs. The show's on Friday 25 May and Saturday 26 May, meaning you've got two chances to split your sides laughing!
After a sold out season at Sydney Opera House, Roald Dahl's George's Marvellous Medicine is coming to Bunbury! The children's classic follows the story of George, a young boy who wants to put an end to his Grandma's constant nagging by creating a most marvellous medicine…
Find out what happens on Wednesday 11 July at 6:30 p.m.
This is just a small part of Bunbury's thriving arts and culture scene. To find out about buying real estate in this great city, contact us today.