Stage curtains have been pulled back to reveal Theatre North's Winter Season, which will warm patrons with the excitement and magic of the theatre.
The new program was officially launched on Thursday evening and contains four big shows to look forward to, as well as a variety of others also listed on the website.
CIRCA, Opera Australia, Van Diemen's Band and Victorian State Ballet will feature as part of the season.
Opera Australia's production of Carmen will enter the stage doors on June 28, featuring a live orchestra and a children's chorus - from Launceston's own Vox Harmony choir.
"Carmen is a very approachable opera, and is perfect for first-time opera-goers and aficionados alike," Theatre North programs manager Stuart Loone said.
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"Opera Australia is the nation's largest subsidised performance company, and their productions are always through-the-roof spectacular".
Brisbane-based CIRCA will bring their work Peepshow to Launceston in August, and is recommended for audiences 15-years and older.
Mr Loone said CIRCA were among the top handful of circus practitioners globally.
"We are beyond thrilled to have snagged a performance by them, after being on the hunt to bring them to Launceston for many years," he said.
Van Diemen's Band - a baroque group - will take the Princess Theatre stage for the first time with The Harmonic Inspiration.
"It's nearly a crime that they haven't been heard at the Princess before," Mr Loone said.
"These are fierce musicians who are world-class."
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An audience favourite, the Victorian State Ballet, will return with a new production of the classic fairytale Beauty and the Beast.
The Winter Season will also feature evenings of poetry and Conversations with Friends will be back.
There are other events that have also slowly popped up on the Theatre North website which will run during the winter period.
The Wolves Theatre Company will showcase Marooned - a play about four souls stranded in a waiting room in the afterlife.
The comedic talents of Arj Barker will take the stage in June, warming the bellies of the community with hearty laughs.
Speaking of laughs, Hannah Gadsby has also announced a Launceston leg of her comedy tour in August.
The last month of winter will bring Grease, by Launceston College, to the stage.
Others include The Traveling Wilburys Sessions, APIA Good Times Tour, Robin Hood from Just Imagine Youth Drama School, The World of Musicals, The Resilience Project, the talents of John Williamson, A Taste of Ireland, Rockin Through the Ages, The Sweet Caroline Tour, The Spongebob Musical, and Bluey's Big Play: The Stage Show.
For more details or to purchase tickets visit theatrenorth.com.au.