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VIDEO: Wyndham Cultural Centre Reopening.

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Wyndham’s biggest entertainment hubthe Wyndham Cultural Centre, will reopen next week, following a hiatus in 2020 due to Covid-19.  

More than 12 shows featuring local and international acts are planned for the next two months, appealing to both adult and child audiences.  

See Australian high-energy folk pop duoPierce Brothers perform their highly anticipated album ‘Into the Great Unknown’ at the Wyndham Cultural Centre stage on Friday, 16 April. The brothers have performed sold-out shows across Australia, and this will be their first time performing in Wyndham.  


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Award-winning children’s show The Alphabet or Awesome Science will provide school holiday entertainment for Wyndham kids on Saturday, 17 April. This action-packed show features an hour of surprises that freeze, squirt, burst, float and explode!  

Australian icon and First Nations leader, Archie Roach AM will bring to the stage ‘Archie Roach: Tell Me Why’ on Sunday 18 April. Archie has given voice to the pain, hope and pride of a generation and holds a very special place within our Community. 

The Wyndham Art Gallery will be open between 11am to 4pm16 to 18 April and again 23 to 25 April as a last chance to see the visually striking exhibition, FLUID featuring LQBTQI+ artists from across Australia.  

The show coincides with the Midsumma Festival and includes works from Ophelia Bakowski, Nathan Beard, Ebony Hickey, James Lemon, Daniel R Marks, Brooke Van Der Linden, Gideon Wilonja, and Paul Yore. Co-curated by Dr. Megan Evans and guest curator Lola-Mae Pink. 


Creative City Portfolio Holder, Councillor Marcel Mahfoud said Council was thrilled the centre was reopening and said the program would attract visitors from far and wide.  

“Wyndham Cultural Centre is one of our City’s most iconic venues and is where the arts come to life in Wyndham,” Cr Mahfoud said. 

“The centre is a place of expression and creativity and enables residents to engage in quality art and cultural events.” 

Wyndham City understands the role of arts and creative industries as fundamental to our City’s future and our liveability. 

“The program planned for the next two months features a diverse range of performers and entertainers – we encourage residents to attend.” 

To see whats on at Wyndham Cultural Centre and to book, call (03) 8734 6000 or go to:  www.wyncc.com.au