Outlook: Festivals, burlesque and a touch of grotesque

Monday 15 April 2013

Outlook: Festivals, burlesque and a touch of grotesque

Monday

- Nonchalant Scotsman Danny Bhoy takes on The Arts Centre - The Theatres Building in Melbourne as part of Melbourne Comedy Festival.

- The National Dinosaur Museum  in Canberra us hosting a day of fun activities to entertain the kidlets these school holidays.

- The one-part farce, one-part slapstick production of One Man, Two Guvnors takes place at Sydney Theatre.

Tuesday
- Hitting Rockhampton tomorrow is the The Wiggles Taking Off Tour, complete with the new yellow female wiggle.

- Tattooed ‘Tiger Mum’ antithesis Margaret Cho will have Melbourne’s RMIT Capitol Theatre in stitches.

- Comedian Ross Noble is set to shatter the Glasshouse in Port Macquarie. Check out our live review of his Newcastle show and find out why.

Wednesday
- Melbourne International Comedy Festival Upfront is not to be missed if you can help it. The Comedy Festival hands the mic to the world’s best female comedians who’ll be giving you a big tickle and razzing your berries at Melbourne Town Hall.

- Indulge in childhood nostalgia with the latest theatre production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at Her Majesty's Theatre in Melbourne.

- If ever there was a time to gasp in awe at just how inadequate your flexibility is, it’s at Cirque du Soleil: OVO in Perth this Wednesday.

Thursday
- The Hoodoo Gurus are once again at the helm of Dig It Up! and this time they have elected to perform their second album Mars Needs Guitars, in it's entirety at Brisbane’s The Tivoli Theatre.

- Evermore are currently on the biggest tour of their career. Catch brothers Jon and Pete Hume in support of latest album Follow The Sun at TRAK Lounge Bar in Melbourne.

- Theatre Royal in Sydney is offering the second season of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof after the production completely sold out at The Belvoir.

Friday
- Capitol Theatre in Sydney brings the deliriously delightful world of Gomez, Morticia, Uncle Fester, Grandma, Wednesday, Pugsley and Lurch to spooky and spectacular life with The Addams Family Musical.

- Revisit cult classic A Clockwork Orange like you’ve seen it before at Malthouse Theatre in Melbourne.

- Triple J announcer/comedian Tom Ballard claims his ego is better than yours.

Saturday

- Van Halen, Billy Joel, the newly added Aerosmith and more are set to rock Sydney’s ANZ Stadium for Stone Music Festival.

- Have a quiet night out with Movies Under The Stars: Avatar at Damian Leeding Memorial Park, on the Gold Coast.

- New York City quartet Coheed and Cambria will perform Sydney’s Metro Theatre, get in quick to nab yourself a few remaining tickets. 

Sunday

- Catch the best of neo-burlesque with Nouvelle Royale at The Standard in Sydney.

- Relive the incredible story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons with the Perth leg of Jersey Boys.

- As part of Surfers Paradise Festival, the annual indulgence of A la Carte in the Park is or foodies and funseekers at Lionel Perry Park, Gold Coast.

 

- The Eventfinda Team

 

 

 

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