The Black Sorrows In Concert

Joe Camilleri and The Black Sorrows are coming to town for one show only.

Joe Camilleri has been at the forefront of the Australian music scene for decades as the leader of Jo Jo Zep &  The Falcons and The Black Sorrows, and as a writer of radio anthems Hit & Run, Shape I’m In, Chained To The Wheel, Harley & Rose and Never Let Me Go.  He is the consummate entertainer constantly honing his craft, an ARIA Hall of Famer and a rock’n’roll lifer.

Joe’s band, The Black Sorrows, are one of Australia’s most prolific and enduringly popular bands, renowned for their high-energy live shows, musicianship and infectious, roots-soaked blues rock. They’ve sold more than two million albums to date and won an ARIA award for Best Group.

The joy of live music, the excitement of watching great performers and the thrill of that old The Black Sorrows’ magic is what these gigs are all about!

Do not miss your chance to see The Black Sorrows.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Horsham Town Hall presents Bell Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

By William Shakespeare

Director Peter Evans


Lord, what fools these mortals be! – Puck, Act 3, Scene 2


Shakespeare’s classical comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, is reawakened in this breathless production brimming with magic, mirth and mayhem.

Love is in the air in Athens- and it’s contagious. Besides the royal wedding, which is just days away, there are young lovers dreaming of enchanted futures together.

Hermia and Lysander are besotted with one another, while Helena adores Demetrius. The only snag is that Demetrius loves Hermia- and he’s got Hermia’s father on his side. So nobody is happy. (Shakespeare wasn’t kidding when he said the course of true love never did run smooth.)

Determined to be together, Hermia and Lysander meet in a moonlit forest with plans to elope. Following hot on their heels is Demetrius, who in turn is pursued by a lovelorn Helena. But the young lovers are not alone in the forest. Nick Bottom and his hapless bunch of tradies have gathered to rehearse a play to be performed at the royal wedding. And, hidden from human eyes, a mischievous sprinkling of faeries are also in the forest that night. The three worlds collide in an explosion of comic confusion that throws the future of all the lovers into jeopardy.

This production is quick as a shadow. Fast, funny and family-friendly, this is A Midsummer Night’s Dream reimagined.

This show is recommended for ages 12+.

Children’s Christmas Workshops

Love Christmas and want to get a bit creative?

We are running two Christmas workshops for children from 7 years old and up. Come along from 4pm till 5.30pm and work with Freddy to make some Christmas Crafts inspired by the season.

In the first session create fabulous Christmas Bauble Cards and wonderful Christmas Wreaths in the second session.

All materials will be provided.

WIMMERA Greg Mallyon Opening

Horsham Regional Art Gallery would like to invite you to the opening of WIMMERA by Greg Mallyon, on Thursday 7th December at 5:30pm.

WIMMERA is an exploration of the evolving landscape of our diverse geographical region from an abstract aerial perspective. We are excited to feature the works of Mallyon as he delves into the landscape of the Wimmera in fascinating patterns created by rivers, salt lakes, fields and gorges. The constantly evolving landscape is explored in his works, highlighting the effects of floods, bushfire and drought in our region.

His exhibition of over 50 small and large scale works incorporate computer technology with traditional painting and printmaking to create a unique perspective of the Wimmera.

We look forward to seeing you on the night to celebrate this special body of work making its premiere in our gallery.

Drinks and refreshments will be served.

A HRAG only exhibition.

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2024

Australia’s biggest and best comedy spectacular is setting off on its 26th annual road trip around the country!

Showcasing the finest talents from the 2024 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, we’re delivering a dose of laughter right to your doorstep!

Featuring a line-up of beloved comedy royalty alongside the freshest sensations from the Festival, all in one hilarious show that guarantees nationwide laughs.

Gather your pals, secure your tickets, and get ready for a well-deserved blast of comedy when the 2024 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow graces the stage in your neighbourhood!

Celtic Illusion

Immerse yourself in one of the most unique productions touring the world.

Celtic Illusion, the Irish dance and Grand Illusion sensation that has taken Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Canada and the USA by storm and will tour nationwide in 2024.

Even fans who have seen our previous shows won’t dare miss the 2024 tour that is set to raise the bar again. This exhilarating production has broken barriers by fusing unparalleled art forms and is more spectacular than ever before.  A breathtaking array of experiences, fusing Irish Dance, Magic and influential flavours of Fosse and Michael Jackson with a broadway style. Celtic Illusion is a show like no other.

The show features new spellbinding illusions and choreography, alongside a musical score that will either make you cry or send shivers down your spine.

Starring the multi-talented former lead dancer of Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance and Star Illusionist Anthony Street, with Georgia May, a marvel in both dance and illusion.

These impeccable performers lead a cast of champion dancers recruited from renowned productions across the world, such as Lord of the Dance and Riverdance, into a theatrical masterpiece that will have you mesmerised from the moment the curtain is raised.

Celtic Illusion will surpass your expectations and leave you wanting more. Don’t hesitate, and book now to know the hype of one of the largest and most unique dance and illusion shows in the world.

Celtic Illusion is not to be missed!

The Tap Pack

Following sold-out shows and rave reviews on London’s West End, at  Sydney Opera House and around the world, Australia’s hottest tap dance sensation, The Tap Pack is coming to the Horsham Town Hall!

Picking up where The Rat Pack left off, The Tap Pack conjures up a modern twist to the crooners and artists from the ‘50s through to the noughties! Featuring songs from Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr to Ed Sheeran, Michael Bublé and Beyoncé.

The Tap Pack mix slick humour, high-energy entertainment, and world-class tap dance. A show of pure entertainment inspired by the legendary kings of swing, the Rat Pack, freshly created for the audience today. Cool classics with a fresh new twist. All your favourites including “The Lady Is a Tramp”, “Come Fly with Me”, “One For My Baby”, “Me And My Shadow” and much more.

They sing. They dance. They joke. They bring a new, invigorating energy to a timeless style!

“Exhilarating” – The Herald Sun

“Knockout performances” – The Age

“Sensational evening” – The Advertiser

“Genuinely breath catching” –

“Sheer brilliance” – London Theatre One

The Tap Pack is an all-ages, family friendly production.

Created by Jesse Rasmussen, Jordan Pollard, and Thomas J Egan. Co-created and directed by Nigel Turner Carroll. Produced by Kym Halpin in association with SK Entertainment.


Greg Mallyon

Greg MALLYON, Stoney Creek Gariwerd 2023, mixed media on aluminium. Courtesy of the artist.

The Wimmera region of Australia includes the diverse geography of vast plains, desert and scrub contrasting with the dramatic Grampians / Gariwerd mountains. From above, the landscape is a fascinating pattern created by rivers, salt lakes, fields and gorges and is constantly evolving with the advent of floods, bushfire and drought.

Victorian landscape artist Greg Mallyon explores this region from an abstract aerial perspective using his knowledge and familiarity of the area. This unique exhibition is a collection of over 50 unseen small and large scale works, incorporating computer technology with traditional painting and printmaking to create a unique perspective of the Wimmera.

Mallyon’s landscapes explore his exposure to wide variety of cultures and terrain throughout his career and his application of natural ochres and pigment create rich textured paintings that not only chart and map terrain but tap into the essence of the land and its metaphysical layers.

Greg MALLYON, Autumn Little Desert Landscape 2023, mixed media on aluminium. Courtesy of the artist.

Come and Try Life Drawing

We invite you to ‘Come and Try Life Drawing’ at the Horsham Regional Art Gallery.
Have you ever wanted to give it a try, have been coming to our regular classes, or just want an opportunity to be more creative? This is the workshop for you. We are holding an open session on 3rd December at 2pm to 4pm in the Heritage Hall. Two models, two experienced tutors and a chance to either hone your skills or just relax and draw at an easel or table.
All materials will be provided along with refreshments. If you would like to bring your own materials such as a sketchbook you are welcome to do so.

This workshop is for ages 16 and over.


The Horsham Town Hall and Horsham Regional Art Gallery acknowledge the traditional lands of the Wotjobaluk, Jaadwa, Jadawadjali, Wergaia and Jupagulk people. We pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.