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  • The Outdoor Stage
    HOTA
    135 Bundall Rd,
    Surfers Paradise QLD 4217

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  • PRICE: General Admission $49 (picnic mode) Bring a picnic blanket or low lying chair, pick a spot on our concert lawn and enjoy the show. Seating not provided), General Admission Group (10+) $45 (picnic mode) Bring a picnic blanket or low lying chair, pick a spot on our concert lawn and enjoy the show. Seating not provided), HOTA Members General Admission $41.65 (picnic mode)

  • OPENING HOURS:

    Fri 11 Oct, 7pm
    Sat 12 Oct, 7pm

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  • 07 5588 4000

Hair

THE ORIGINAL TRIBAL ROCK MUSICAL

Starring Hugh Sheridan, Paulini and Prinnie Stevens

Radical, rebellious and tribal, 2019 marks 50 years since Australia first let its HAIR down in this genre defining revolutionary rock musical. All these years on, we continue to challenge the establishment with this brand new Australian production that breaks convention and all the rules.

“The musical that changed theatre forever.” BBC

“4.5 stars out of 5 ★★★★☆” Artshub

“A social and cultural phenomenon.” The Guardian

“HAIR packs a mighty emotional punch, a theatrical knockout .” Out in Perth

Let the sunshine in

Defy your expectations with this contemporary take on the classic hair raising musical. Follow the rule breakers, yearning for change in the world of the late 60’s. Fighting for freedom, human rights, the environment and peace in times of war, HAIR puts a mirror to today’s society and asks the question, how far have we really come?

Starring four time Logie winner Hugh Sheridan (Packed to the Rafters) and powerhouse vocalist Paulini (The Bodyguard), this brand new Australian production features all the hits from the GRAMMY® Award winning score including ‘Aquarius’, ‘Let the Sunshine In’, ‘Good Morning, Starshine’ and ‘I Got Life’. Produced by David M. Hawkins (Hedwig and the Angry Inch), this infectious rock musical is brought vividly to life this spring.

Witness the age of Aquarius come to life in this liberating rock musical.

Presented by HOTA, Home of the Arts and David M. Hawkins in association with Sydney Opera House, Perth Theatre Trust, and GPAC.