Sunshine Castle, Bli Bli
7pm Friday & Saturday, 4pm Sunday
Seating: General admission
The Underground Opera Company has journeyed to the Sunshine Castle for ten years delighting and enlightening guests with intimate performances.
The Sunshine Castle’s Banquet Hall in Bli Bli has become UOC’s home away from home, with our regulars coming back each year for two great seasons of opera performances with a dash of musical theatre.
Sensational music is created by world-class performers, accompanied by an incomparable pianist, while guests are taken on a journey through each opera piece by a charismatic MC.
The programme features a concert of popular opera, with arias such as Nessun Dorma from Turandot, duets from Lakme and The Pearl Fishers, with ensemble pieces from Nabucco, Rigoletto; the list goes on!
Prepare for a night of incredible performances from world-class Australian artists in a relaxed, intimate environment.
Concerts include delectable canapés served at interval and discounts are available for groups of ten or more and seniors.
Please note: This venue is wheelchair accessible.
What they say
This was my first opera experience and I just loved it. Perfect venue and setting with a small audience. The cast were fantastic such power in their amazing voices.- via Ticketmaster
What a great venue for an evening of delightful music. The castle at night becomes quite magical; subdued lighting, and an intimate space for performance once having crossed the moat via the draw-bridge.- via Ticketmaster
Another wonderful night of music at Sunshine Castle last night – the four singers were superb – and the mix of opera with musicals was excellent.- via Ticketmaster
The Sunshine Castle
Located in Bli Bli, on the Sunshine Coast, The Sunshine Castle, while not being underground, provides a wonderfully unique venue for UOC’s stunning performances.
Concerts are held in the Banquet Hall of the castle, which continues to be a revered location in the Sunshine Coast’s tourism scene, with UOC continuing to boost arts in this part of South East Queensland.
Note: Wheel chair access is available.
GPS Users – please enter David Low Way crossing Bli Bli Road (entering the Castle’s physical address i.e 292 David Low Way – takes some GPS users to an address similar in Peregian Springs by mistake – so beware).