The Coal Miner’s Daughter | BREC

Coal Miner’s Daughter

Run Time 130 minutes inc interval
Price From $83.40 incl. BF
Presented By Mellen Events

A brand new date has been announced!! All pre-purchased tickets are valid for these performances and we ask that you support the industry in these uncertain and fragile times, by retaining your tickets and not requesting a refund.

Friday
21 May 2021
7:30 pm

Don’t miss the return of the Coal Miner’s Daughter!

Multi awarded, look alike songstress, Amber Joy Poulton, brings Coal Miner’s Daughter – the mega-hits and stories of inspirational pioneer and superstar Loretta Lynn, to BREC, following a sold-out national tour run in 2017.

Coal Miner’s Daughter includes ‘friends’ Lizzie Moore as Patsy Cline and Denis Surmon as Conway Twitty accompanied by The Holy Men, in this sensational musical tribute to three legends.

Weaving anecdotes and comedy through a traditional and contemporary catalogue of hits, including Coal Miner’s Daughter, Don’t Come Home A’Drinkin’ With Lovin’ On Your Mind, I Fall To Pieces, You Ain’t Woman Enough To Take My Man, Crazy, Silver Threads and Golden Needles, Walkin’ After Midnight, You’re Lookin’ At Country, One’s On The Way, Stand By Your Man, After The Fire Is Gone and more.

This is a show not to be missed.

Please note

  If you experience any difficulties booking tickets, please contact our Box Office Team on 1300 661 272. Our Box Office is open Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm.

  BREC is required to maintain a mandatory contact register for all patrons over the age of 16 attending the Centre. You can scan the QR code or fill in the physical form upon arrival.

  We continue to encourage online bookings and contactless payments at the bar. The Centre has increased hygiene measures and will observe required COVID restrictions.

“I am thrilled to be sharing the stage with “friends” – Lizzie Moore as Patsy Cline and Denis Surmon as Conway Twitty and Nashville’s #1 disc jockey, Sleepydog after our sold out shows in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.”

Amber Joy Poulton