As a result of COVID-19 travel restrictions the performance scheduled for Wednesday 21 October 2020 has been rescheduled to Wednesday 27 October 2021.
If you had tickets for the 2020 performance, the RPAC Box Office is in the process of contacting all ticket holders to transfer bookings to trhis new date, transfer their booking to the replacement show (Good Morning Vietnam - Songs from the Vietname War Era) or offer a refund.
Take a seat by the campfire for a morning of sing-along classics
Darren Coggan is one of Australia’s most exciting and diverse artists, a masterful storyteller with a knack of weaving fascinating and perceptive tales through his songs. He is renowned for his critically-acclaimed portrait of Cat Stevens in Peace Train – The Cat Stevens Story which played to packed theatres across Australia, including a sold-out performance at The Sydney Opera House. More recently he wowed audiences with his moving tribute to Glen Campbell in Like a Rhinestone Cowboy.
This year, the Golden Guitar winner returns to the RPAC stage with his new show Darren Coggan’s Campfire. This will be an intimate performance around a campfire, with moments of laughter and reflection, as he shares timeless tunes that so many of us have sung along with.
You can look forward to a fabulous selection of songs Darren has embraced and remarkably re-created throughout his career, celebrating artists such as Glen Campbell, James Taylor, John Denver and of course, Cat Stevens. Try A Little Kindness, Rhinestone Cowboy, You’ve Got a Friend, Country Roads, Father and Son and Moonshadow are just some of the legendary songs that will feature in the show.
From humble beginnings, strumming a guitar by the ‘Bidgee River in his beloved hometown of Wagga Wagga, to touring the world with Peace Train, Darren has forged a unique and diverse career across the music and television industries.
He welcomes you to warm yourself at his campfire for an entertaining morning of story and song; so grab a cuppa and settle in for a sing-along.
“Coggan’s musical story-telling is outstanding, as is his singing and playing.” Sunday Herald Sun