Here Comes the Bride

Priscilla Armstrong


Lucille & Burcefalus would like to invite you to help celebrate their weddin’. No presents just cold hard cash to help pay for the hoe down that will surely be had by all.

This is the story of a weddin’ that doesn’t quite go to plan. It will be one hell of a musical ride of country, hillbilly but definitely no western music.

Hold onto your hats for a weddin’ you won’t forget!


Thursday May 9, 8:30pm @ Bright Courthouse

Saturday May 11, 6:30pm @ Bright Courthouse


I Have a Face

Jude Perl


Friday May 10, 8:30pm @ Bright Courthouse

Saturday May 11, 2pm @ Bright Courthouse

Winner Best Cabaret 2018 Melbourne Fringe

Winner Best Original Songs (Cabaret) 2016, 2017 & 2018 Green Room Awards

Nominated for three 2019 Green Room Awards

Jude Perl has established herself as a comedian who presents ‘hilarious and painfully spot on observations’ (The Plus Ones) mixed with ‘insanely clever and comical songwriting’ (Melbourne Observer). 

I Have A Face premiered at Melbourne Fringe in 2018 and the season was extended due to popular demand. In her fifth solo show, Jude Perl is embarking on an adventure to solve all of our collective inner angst.


Are you feeling overwhelmed? Stressed? Do you get option anxiety when choosing methods to numb that incessant cry for help? Are you perpetually confused about everything ever? Well, look no further, because when it comes to confusion, Jude Perl has all the answers.

Yes, Jude Perl has been confusing audiences for years with her misplaced musical talents and low fat air-frying technology. It's no wonder she's fast becoming a household name for up to and including seven households across the country.

Jude Perl folds up for easy storage under the bed, behind the curtains, uncomfortably attached to a conversation she's not really included in, or secretly crying in a rheumatologist's waiting room. Try a Jude Perl today, and if you're not completely satisfied, maybe don't mention that to her because she's incredibly sensitive.


Australian Treasurers & Guilty Pleasures

Ginger and Tonic


Friday May 10, 6:30pm @ Bright Courthouse

Saturday May 11, 8:30pm @ Bright Courthouse

“These ladies are fantastic” - Tim Minchin


“Some of the most superb vocal skills you will ever encounter” – The Australia Times

Acclaimed a cappella girl group Ginger and Tonic are showcasing the breadth of Australian music in their new show Australian Treasures and Guilty Pleasures.

Known for their superb harmonies and hilarious cabaret shows, the four women will reinvent, strip back and inject their signature style into Australian songs that capture the beauty and downright fun of the Aussie spirit.

Audiences will be treated to iconic Aussie rock anthems, the bubblegum pop hits that we all secretly love, as well as some of our most treasured stories from Australia’s greatest singer-songwriters.


Taking a break from the original songs and impertinent parodies that they have become so well known for in previous shows For Love or Money and the Green Room award-winning Desperate and Dateless, this time the Ginger and Tonic girls will be showcasing their exceptional talents in a tribute to the best of Australian music.

It’s the Great Australian Songbook - Gingie style.

Green Room Award for Best Musical Direction in a Cabaret (Desperate and Dateless, 2015)

Community Singing in Harmony Workshop

Ginger & Tonic

Anglican Church Hall, Church Street Bright

Saturday 11 May 11am

$15pp 1 hour (15 years +)