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The Divine Miss Bette

Friday 6 October 2023 7.30pm - 9.30pm


Contact Name: Frankston Arts Centre Box Office


Frankston Arts Centre, 27-37 Davey Street
Frankston, 3199 Victoria

Multiple award-winning entertainer Catherine Alcorn performs her most iconic role as The Divine Miss Bette, a spectacularly joyous music and comedy event where she channels the legendary Bette Midler.

Following standing ovations around the globe, including triumphant seasons at the Sydney Opera House and the USA, The Divine Miss Bette is a bawdy, brash and rapturous experience.

Hailed by critics as “a must-see” (L.A. TIMES), “absolutely hilarious” (TIME OUT SYDNEY) with “a voice to die for” (STAGE NOISE), Alcorn is “renowned as a jewel in the crown of Australian theatre.” (Adelaide Advertiser)

Trained by Steve Ostrow, the man who discovered Midler, this dazzling two-hour production will take you on a thrilling roller coaster ride back to the Palace Theatre, New York, 1973 when Alcorn belts out the diva’s early classics, including Friends, In The Mood, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Do You Wanna Dance, The Rose and more.

Backed by an all-star four-piece live band and two backing dancers, don’t miss your chance to catch the magnificent Divine Miss Bette in this thrilling concert experience.

Presented by: Frankston Arts Centre, Tenacious C and Neil Gooding Productions as part of the 2023 FAC Season

Show prices

Full A Reserve $60.00 | B Reserve $50.00

Concession A Reserve $55.00 | B Reserve $37.00

Under 30 A Reserve $37.00 | B Reserve $31.00

Pre-Showing dining options are also available. See event website for details

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