The Grand Central, otherwise known as "GC" is one of the Adelaide Fringe's most popular hard-top venues and producers over the past six years, and will bring a program of top-notch shows to the Victor Harbor Town Hall beginning on March 5.
Audiences from Victor Harbor and across the Fleurieu are encouraged to get down to the GC over the March long weekend to catch eight great performances.
Seven acts will take up residence at the charming, heritage-listed Town Hall in the heart of town, with eight performances of seven different shows to take place across the weekend.
Stewart d'Arrietta reprises his critically-acclaimed and world-renowned "My Leonard Cohen" show for the first-time benefit of south coast audiences.
He is also bringing to stage in Victor Harbor the Australian premier of an all-new show, "My Joe Cocker!" Stewart's soulful delivery is perfectly matched to the legendary music of this great rocker with classic songs including Feelin' Alright, The Letter, A Little Help From My Friends and Leave Your Hat On.
Cabaret Festival hit "Unsung", starring Amelia Ryan and Libby O'Donovan, is on the program for a special Saturday matinee performance as are Fringe favourites The Bald Eagles with their new outing "Back on Tour".
Further complimenting the program are superb shows from The Beggers presenting tributes to the timeless music of The Seekers and the classic West Coast sounds of "LA Dreaming".
The tribute to rock legends continues with a one-off show dedicated to the music of Canadian favourite in Helpless: The Songs of Neil Young. A full band performs all Young's big acoustic and electric hits and has proved a fan favouirte among young and old at previous Fringe events.
Visit: adelaidefringe.com.au for more information and tickets to all fringe events.