July/August 2018

The Legend of Luke Kelly

21 July 2018 Albany Entertainment Centre

Presented by Troubadour Music

Celebrating the memory and music of a true Irish musical legend.

When Dublin grieved the early death of Luke Kelly, one of the greatest traditional singers the country has seen, an indelible mark was left upon the city’s folk music scene. 

To commemorate and celebrate the memory of this Irish music legend Chris Kavanagh will perform The Legend of Luke Kelly this July.

With a remarkable resemblance to Luke Kelly and an immense singing talent that captures the depth and passion of the great man, Chris Kavanagh has been performing to critical acclaim at shows which have been attended regularly by Luke Kelly’s family.


The Bar at Buena Vista

5 August 2018 Albany Entertainment Centre

Presented by ATA Allstar Artists

From the Sizzling Quarter of Havana, Cuba and a Critically-Acclaimed World Tour, The Bar at Buena Vista – The Legendary Grandfathers of Cuban Music return triumphantly for a night of pure passion and undeniable magic!

Following a sell-out International smash hit tours, The Bar at Buena Vista - The Grandfathers of Cuban Music, are set to return to Australian stages in 2018 and will once again have patrons dancing in the aisle bringing back to life the Golden era of Cuban music in the 40’s and 50’s.


Julius Caesar

18 August 2018 Albany Entertainment Centre

Presented by Bell Shakespeare and Albany Entertainment Centre

Brutus is suspicious. Cassius is conspiring. Caesar’s days are numbered.

Loved by the people, Caesar’s power is growing – which is dangerous if you live in a world driven by ego and idealism. 

Julius Caesar is Shakespeare’s political thriller, a masterpiece of intrigue and treachery. Stand witness to the assassination that leads to a life and death struggle for power in the Republic. Citizens mutiny, Mark Antony schemes, and the fate of Rome hangs in the balance. 

Bell Shakespeare’s Associate Director, James Evans, will direct a production that’s seething with rage, leaving audiences breathless at how quickly violence reveals the fragility of democracy.