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The Harbour Agency present

In Good Company

24 May 24

The Q

starring Darren Coggan and Damien Leith

Two of Australia’s most lauded performers are back on stage and in good company!



24 May 2024




The Q

Running time

140 minutes, incl. 20 min interval


$60 – $65

Concession tickets must show ID

Group 8+$60ea




Two of Australia’s most lauded performers, Darren Coggan and Damien Leith, are back on stage and in good company, as they celebrate the songs that shook the world, by the artists that changed it. 

Individually, their critically acclaimed portraits of Roy Orbison, Cat Stevens, Elvis Presley, John Denver and The Beatles, have had audiences on their feet across the globe on every occasion. Now, together in one grand concert, Darren and Damien re-live the songs that the whole world sang along with, accompanied by the lush sounds of ‘A Good Company of Strings Quartet’. 

The two-hour show is back-to-back hits with immortal songs from the treasure trove of music history;  Pretty Woman, Hey Jude, Father & Son, Country Roads, Halleluiah, Rhinestone Cowboy and so many more.

Damien Leith became a household name when he won Australian Idol in 2006. Since then, he has made an indelible imprint on the Australian music scene as a prolific singer-songwriter, producer, author, playwright and TV and Radio personality. With multi-platinum selling albums under his belt and acclaimed sold-out tours paying homage to greats like Roy Orbison and Elvis Presley, Damien is one of the country’s most beloved performers. 

Darren Coggan is a masterful storyteller who has carved an impressive career in the Australian country music industry with a swag of Golden Guitars under his belt. Darren is equally at home in musicals and on screen, currently presenting the lifestyle TV program Sydney Weekender.  He has received critical acclaim for his portrait of Cat Stevens which has seen him perform sold-out shows everywhere, including Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Glasgow Concert Hall and the Liverpool Philharmonic.