It's a big month in the city's performing arts scene.
The proposed plans for the new Tamworth Performing Arts Centre (PAC) and Cultural Precinct will be revealed tomorrow morning, ahead of going before council and out for public comment next week.
Preparations are ramping up for Artstate Tamworth - the third year of the event that delves into, celebrates and showcases the best of arts and culture - which starts on October 31.
Tamworth Musical Society has revealed Mamma Mia as its next show in 2020 - before the curtain even goes up on its current one, Kinky Boots, on October 25.
And Tamworth Dramatic Society is set to announce the cast for its latest piece, She Kills Monsters - the story of a woman who stumbles into a Dungeons & Dragons-style world while grieving the death of her sister.
Tamworth Regional Council entertainment manager Peter Ross said the PAC precinct plans should go on exhibition next week after Tuesday's council meeting.
It had taken longer than anticipated to put together, "but I'm very happy with the way it's looking, and I think it will be a very good return on investment for council if they proceed to adopt it".
Mr Ross will direct Mamma Mia;there will be an information night at Tamworth Community Centre on November 11 at 7.30pm, and auditions in the days after.
He said it was chosen because it was "such a feelgood phenomenon".
"It's been a hit around the world and audiences just love it."