Peter Williams Medium Live
Sunday, April 7
After numerous sell-out performances across Australia and overseas in 2018, hugely popular psychic-medium Peter Williams returns to Tamworth's Capitol Theatre for a Sunday afternoon event on April 7 at 2pm.
Peter is known for bringing a modern and refreshing feel to his events. He amazes audiences with his ability to communicate with loved ones passed over, but does so with energy, laughter and a heartfelt respect.
Peter is reported to work closely with the souls passed over to deliver messages to members of the audience and adds small educational anecdotes throughout to ensure everyone can walk away feeling positive and uplifted.
Minimum age for the performance is 16 years.
The Gospel According to Paul
Saturday, April 6
One of Australia's favourite performers, Jonathan Biggins, is Paul Keating - visionary, reformer and rabble-rouser.
With an abundance of intelligence and wit, The Gospel According to Paul at the Capitol Theatre at 7.30pm on Saturday, April 6 is a new and anticipated comedy about a critical time in Australian history and the man that shaped it.
Is today's lack of leadership a product of our times? Or can real leaders shape their times? The Gospel According to Paul answers these questions with a funny, insightful and poignant portrait of Paul Keating.
Written by and featuring Jonathan Biggins, The Gospel According to Paul paints a sympathetic but uncompromising picture of one of our most unique and compelling politicians, exploring his impact on our country and history - and more importantly, our understanding of both.
Jonathan Biggins' performance as Paul Keating is well known from the long-running Sydney Theatre Company success story, The Wharf Revue. But beyond the canny impersonation, Jonathan, like so many Australians, has long been fascinated by Keating and what he represents to Australia.
Paul Keating is a man of eviscerating wit and rich rhetoric with an ego the size of Everest. Distilling the essence of his leadership into 75 minutes, The Gospel According to Paul focusses on landmark political achievements as well as personal obsessions: a man who grew up in the tribe of the Labor Party and gained an education at the knee of Jack Lang, who treated economics as an art form, and demanded we confront with rigorous honesty the wrongs of our colonial past.
And perhaps most fascinating of all, his great engagement with the arts and in particular classical music and his profound belief in the power of an inner life.
Biggins asks the question - what can we learn today from this singular politician, and the momentous time in our country's history he dominated?
The show contains coarse language and is recommended for ages 15 and over.
Grab your tickets to these and more at entertainmentvenues.com.au, call 6767 5200, or visit the box office at Capitol Theatre.