The Goulburn Performing Arts Centre (GPAC) is excited to be gearing up for the official opening in early April.
The whole community is invited to the free family fun day and the official launch of the 2022 GPAC season on Saturday, April 2.
There will be free workshops, live music, sausage sizzle and morning tea, ahead of a gala launch from 6pm with outdoor performances, complimentary champagne on arrival and sneak previews of the host of shows programmed for the year.
GPAC manager Raina Savage said tickets for a selection of the earliest season shows were now on sale.
"To whet our audience's appetite, we are releasing tickets for another six top quality theatre shows with something to delight every member of the family," Ms Savage said.
During April, Keith Potger of The Seekers and friends perform, celebrating the music of Gordon Lightfoot.
Kids can experience science with the Alphabet of Awesome Science which includes 26 experiments in 60 minutes on April 8.
In May, Black Cockatoo, directed by Wesley Enoch, is on show.
It is a deeply moving play about the first Aboriginal cricket team to triumphantly tour England in the 1860s.
There will also be the Box Show where every day junk is transformed into fabulous musical instruments as well as Guess How Much I Love You for the young ones on May 31.
To purchase tickets to all the GPAC shows, go to www.goulburnpac.com.au and follow the links.
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