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The Beggars

Image of The Beggars, a musical trio, two males standing either side of a female lead singer. One male thrusts his hat in the air holding a guitar while the other male holds a double bass. They are standing in front of a red stage curtain.

The Beggars Christmas features the group’s beautiful three-part harmonies and musical stylings, presented in a relaxed and friendly performance.

Book tickets

Date: Wednesday 8 December 2021
Time: 10 am morning tea, 11 am performance
Tickets: $22 per person, Companion Card holders can attend for free when accompanying a client
Venue: Theatre at Cardinia Cultural Centre, 40 Lakeside Boulevard, Pakenham
 
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas... the most wonderful time of the year! Santa Claus is coming, full of holiday cheer. 

Rudolph’s nose is glowing, and The Beggars are singing everyone’s favourite festive songs around the Christmas tree. 

Get into the spirit of the season with this wonderful concert filled with familiar carols and sing-along songs. 

The Beggars Christmas features the group’s beautiful three-part harmonies and musical stylings, presented in a relaxed and friendly performance.  

Make a list, and check it twice – The Beggars are coming to town!
 
The Beggars Christmas is part of the Cardinia Cultural Centre's 2021 Sip and See morning entertainment program. We invite you to join us, sip on a cuppa and see a fantastic performance to end the year. Your Sip and See ticket includes a delicious morning tea served from 10 am, prior to the performance commencing at 11 am sharp.
 
 
Important information
Your attendance is subject to government guidelines, including the presentation of your vaccination digital or printed certificate. You will be required to check into the venue via QR code.
 
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