THE WHARF REVUE Returns to the Glen Street Theatre
Paul Keating once said that politicians come in three varieties: straight men, fixers and maddies. All of them will be knocked down a peg or two when The Wharf Revue comes rolling back into town, with performances at Glen Street Theatre from October 5 for a strictly limited two-week season.
From the inimitable minds of Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott comes another instalment of what has become a true institution. From the movers to the shakers, from the winners to the losers, the stage will be filled with a year's worth of foolishness. This year they're joined onstage by Katrina Retallick, one of Australia's favourite musical theatre performers.
And if there's one thing that a federal election brings, it's a smorgasbord of satirical goodies. There'll be minor party pies, red meat, blue cheese and don't forget your greens. But most of all, there'll be laughter. And lots of it.
"What's so brilliant... is how the material constantly falls between sharp, incisive satire and deliriously cheap gags."The Daily Review
Venue: Glen Street Theatre, corner Glen Street and Blackbutts Road, Belrose
Performance Dates: 5-15 October 2016
Performance Times: Tue 6:30pm (followed by post-show Meet the Cast), Wed-Fri 8pm, Sat 2pm & 8pm, Sun 5pm. Wed 12 Oct captioned performances at 11am & 8pm.
Running Time: 1hr & 30 mins, no interval
Ticket Prices: $47-$64. Student Rush just $16 and available 48 hours prior to performances, subject to availability with presentation of full-time student ID. Transaction charges may apply.
Bookings: www.glenstreet.com.au or 9975 1455