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Our Rydges accommodation puts you near the hottest Campbelltown attractions.
There’s always something going on around Rydges Campbelltown. Have a look at our calendar of events to see what exciting Campbelltown attractions and events are in store for you during your stay.The event you are trying to view has either expired or has been removed.
Roy Orbison & The Everly Brothers
Roy Orbison & The Everley Brothers Tribute
Starring Dean Bourne with Special Guests The Robertson Brothers
For the first time in Australia ‘Roy Orbison & The Everly Brothers’ - Together In Concert in a two hour International Concert Experience. Re-live the magic and the classic hits of ‘Roy Orbison & The Everly Brothers’ some of the world’s greatest and most successful Rock n Roll Music Legends of all time.
“A must see show for anyone who wants to relive the sound, the voice and all of the magical hits of ‘Roy Orbison & The Everly Brothers’ in an exciting two hour concert experience that is much like the legends themselves – unforgettable”.
Born in England, Glenn migrated at the age of 10 to Adelaide in the 1950’s. A self-confessed child of rock & roll, he began singing in 1962 with a vocal group called ‘The Twilights’. By 1965, The Twilights became a six-piece beat group based in Melbourne scoring hits with ‘Needle In A Haystack’, ‘Cathy Come Home’ and ‘Young Girl’, before disbanding in 1969. ‘Axiom’ with Brian Cadd followed shortly thereafter, with hits including ‘Arkansas Grass’ and ‘Little Ray of Sunshine’. Shorrock moved to London in 1970 and worked as a session singer and songwriter with other ex-pats and Europeans in a twelve-piece rock orchestra named ‘Esperanto’.
In late 1974, Shorrock returned to Melbourne to help form ‘Little River Band’ as the lead singer. Managed by long-time friend Glenn Wheatley, the band cracked the lucrative United States market in 1976, and began a string of eight Top Ten Hits around the world. The band has sold in excess of 25 million albums, often being credited for opening the door for many Australian acts on the international circuit. Shorrock’s song writing credits include the international hits ‘Help Is On Its Way’, ‘Home On Monday’ ‘Shut Down Turn Off’, ‘My Own Way Home’ and ‘Cool Change’.
Shorrock’s credentials extend to all fields of show business, notably in theatre and cabaret, where he has performed in many successful productions. He continues to work regularly with contemporaries including Doug Parkinson and Brian Cadd, and also loves to be at sea, selectively choosing to cruise with his band several times a year. Shorrock regularly performs on behalf of various charities and continues as an ambassador for Variety.
“I have been blessed with a long and successful career and I'm doing some of my best work right at the moment” says Glenn who intends to begin work on his autobiography after a good lie down!
Don’t miss Glenn Shorrock in Concert at The CUBE this June!
Live the formative and flowing years of Australian Music with Daryl Braithwaite who is known for teen hysteria, international breakouts, multi-platinum albums, extraordinary collaborations, performing at the sweatiest dives and some of the world’s most famous stadiums! Braithwaite remains an integral part of the evolution and development of Australian popular music and is a must-see live on stage! Don’t miss his performance this June at The CUBE!
The Australian Fleetwood Mac Show
Running In The Shadows
This truly amazing concert production features a live seven-piece band, incorporating some of Sydney's top session musicians teamed with the extraordinary vocal delivery of Ursula Cain, who authentically reproduces the part of Stevie Nicks.
Performing all the hit songs including 'Dreams', 'Go Your Own Way', 'Gold Dust Woman', 'Tusk', 'Rhiannon', 'The Chain', 'Gypsy', 'Don't Stop' and many more!
The show provides a brief but interesting insight to the history of the band, all set to a dramatic lighting show. Don't miss The Australian Fleetwood Mac Show at The CUBE this July!
The Australian Bee Gees Show
Stayin' Alive - The Past and Present Tour
After four years and over a thousand shows headlining on the Las Vegas strip, ‘Stayin’ Alive - The Australian Bee Gees Show’ will return to Australia for ‘The Past and Present Tour’, a brand new show for 2015!
This new show is a retrospective look at the amazing career of The Brothers Gibb and will be presented in two parts with costume changes defining the eras. The show will feature all of the greatest hits throughout the decades but will also tell the Bee Gees story in a multi-media show that captures the mood and memories of the time.
Stayin’ Alive - The Australian Bee Gees Show is currently performing at The Excalibur Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and is the first Australian show to perform 1000 headlining shows on the famous strip.
After 18 years on the world stage and over 5,000 performances in over 45 countries, Stayin’ Alive - The Australian Bee Gees Show has evolved to become the definitive live celebration of the wonderful music written by the Brothers Gibb. From their first shows in 1996, ‘Stayin’ Alive’ have conquered Las Vegas and have played to capacity houses around the world, cementing their reputation as an exceptional live concert act and the world's leading Bee Gees Show.
For one night only be a part of the magic that is, Stayin’ Alive - The Australian Bee Gees Show at The CUBE this August!
Hot August Night
Starring Peter Byrne with 30 Piece Orchestra
A RECREATION OF ONE OF THE GREATEST LIVE ALBUMS OF ALL TIME…
Celebrating the anniversary of the legendary recording “Hot August Night”, PETER BYRNE brings Neil Diamond to you together with a world class 30-piece symphony orchestra.
It is over 40 years since Neil Diamond stepped on stage at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles with a symphony orchestra and recorded what is still known today as one of the greatest epic live albums of all time. Now that album will be re-created in its original format in a national tour by Peter Byrne and the Sydney International Orchestra in New South Wales and The Australian Pops Orchestra, in Victoria and Tasmania.
Featuring classic songs Crunchy Granola Suite, Cherry Cherry, Sweet Caroline and I am I said…see the same spontaneous display of energy and sensuality of Neil diamond with the superb talents of Peter Byrne. Peter’s capacity to recreate Neil Diamond to a standard that Neil himself has endorsed on many occasions hearing Peter’s tribute.
Each year Peter has thrilled audiences around Australia playing tributes to Hot August Night at Sydney’s State Theatre, Darling Harbour Convention Centre, Burswood Casino, Adelaide Festival Theatre and in 2013 to 4500 people at the Twilight at Taronga series with electrifying performances. With a 30 piece Symphony Orchestra Peter reenacts every song from the albums as Diamond recorded it. If you have missed out on tickets for Neil Diamond this year why not come and see the next best show!
Elvis To The Max
The King in Concert
‘Elvis to the Max’ has successfully toured Australia for over a decade, always to sell-out crowds. Max Pellicano goes beyond mere impersonation. His recreation of the King’s looks, moves, vocal style, impressions and humour is so accurate, it is truly awe-inspiring!
This Australian tour will capture Elvis through the decades, recreating the early years, the black leather of the ‘68 comeback tour, right through to the white eagle costume - featuring exact replicas made by Elvis' own tailor Bill Bellow.
There are lots of Elvis impersonators around, but Pellicano is considered the best. It seems people just can't help falling in love with Elvis to the Max!
Direct from the USA, Max Pellicano is Elvis To The Max this August at The CUBE!
Hailed as one of live comedy’s masters, Jimeoin’s shows are a fluid mixture of his signature observations and more razor-sharp take on the absurdities of everyday life.
“No one else raises so many laughs by doing so little – his expressive eyebrows deserve a spin off gig of their own”
Evening Standard, London
“His observational humour is second to none and his physical comedy is comparable to the likes of Jim Carrey.”
Manchester Evening News