January Events on the Gold Coast

If you’re heading over the Gold Coast this January, be sure to enjoy these events. Enjoy these shows at Home of the Arts this January. Don’t miss these January 2019 events Gold Coast.


360 Allstars is a show unlike any other. It is a phenomenal physical performance exploring all forms of rotation. The fantastic cast is composed of athletes, dancers, and musicians. The spectacular production bridges the street with the elite and brings it to the main stage. This is a radical urban circus that knows no bounds.

If you think this is a typical circus, think again. 369 Allstars reinvents the circus. Instead of the traditional circus art forms, there are contemporary performance styles, so acrobats are replayed by breakers, unicyclists and swapped for a BMX flatlander, and a basketball freestyler takes the place of a juggler. Enjoy the circus with an edge. Talented musicians perform a live soundtrack to keep the party going. 360 Allstars is a daredevil treat that will keep you on the side of your seat.

Renowned international artists from Europe, Asia, America, Australia and New Zealand come together to create a spectacular show full of jaw-dropping tricks and fantastic production value. Enjoy this electrifying show that will blow you away.

According to Theatermania, New York, it is "A supercharged show… heart-pumping music, dazzling lights and video, and incredibly talented athletes and musicians." Catch 360 Allstars at Home of the Arts from 16 – 19 January 2019.

Fame the Musical

Sing along to the phenomenal soundtrack of Fame and enjoy one of the most popular productions. Guest starring Hugh Parker as Mr Schmirof, James Shaw as Mr Myers and over 40 of Queensland’s emerging musical theatre stars, don’t miss this exciting show.

The Broadway musical Fame makes its way to the Gold Coast. Prepare to be dazzled by the stunning music, energetic dancing and fabulous production.

Fame started as a movie before it moonlighted into a TV series and then a stage musical. Fame is the highly charged musical that has defined a generation’s aesthetics. Bring on the leg warmer, leotards and headbands!

Relive the music and the magic of Fame. This exciting new production is choreographed by Kate Wormald (So You Think You Can Dance, Dance Boss), Directed by Tim Hill (Mary Poppins, RENT) and Presented by the students of The Musical Theatre Summer School.

Fame is about a group of students at New York City's High School of Performing Arts. As these dreamers navigate rough waters on their way to reaching their dreams, they push themselves and each other to succeed. They eventually realise there's more to performing than knowing the steps. They discover their magic and come into their own.

Catch Fame the Musical at Home of the Arts from 24 – 26 January 2019.

Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to Be

Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be chronicles the story of Bon Scott's life. From his childhood to his past before he became part of the AC/DC, it is an exciting journey to reaching his rock and roll dreams. The familiar story has been told before. AC/DC was at the top of their game and riding high through Melbourne in the 1970s. The story is about broken dreams and life on the road. Bon Scott is at the centre with his bagpipes and a wicked grin.

The shows trace his life from Scotland to Australia from his teens to the bands he joined before the became part of AC/DC. Sing along to the music of AC/DC. The show tells the life story of Bon Scott, a rock and roll story that was epic though short-lived.

Narrated and sung by Nick Barker with an impressive four-piece rock line up.

This show supports the exhibition Let there be rock! on display in the HOTA gallery from 8 Dec – 17 Feb. Catch Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to Be at Home of the Arts on January 5.

Conversations with Nick Cave

Fresh from travelling through US and Ireland, sharing his music and his story, Nick Cave makes his way to Australia with a speaking event that combines music and open discussion with the audience. Head over to HOTA and catch Nick Cave live. He will answer questions from the audience. He'll also perform his most memorable songs on the piano. This is a special intimate concert that brings him closer to his fans.

Nick Cave has always been open about his life. His concerts of late have been different evenings of unfiltered, unscripted Q&A. Don't miss this particular show and meet the man behind the music. Nick Cave thought that a direct conversation with the audience might be meaningful. He has opened up more in the recent live shows.

The show is not your typical show. For audiences who are used to big spectacles and bombast, the intimacy of the show is a welcome change. Audiences will learn about Nick Cave without seeing him from the lens of media and music journalists. Nick Cave's music and personality in its unfiltered and undisguised form is as real as can be.

Catch Conversations with Nick Cave at Home of the Arts on 11 January 2019.

Be sure to enjoy these shows at Home of the Arts this January. Save the dates and enjoy these events on Gold Coast January 2019. Our Boulevard North holiday apartments are close to Home of the Arts.

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