For the third year in a row one of Australia’s most well known female comedy acts, the Kransky Sisters, all the way from the quiet town of Esk in the middle of south east Queensland, have been travelling the country with their Christmas show.
The show has proved to be a hit with audiences with its very reliable recipe. Their deadpan banter and droll anecdotes are mixed with a range of musical numbers which showcase their very fine and sometimes quirky musicianship, with instruments including a tuba and a fascinating musical saw.
The show felt a little too ‘contained’ to begin but once the ladies got going they started interacting with the audience and the show became warmer and more entertaining.
The show drew to a close with some singalongs and plenty of Christmas cheer. Right at the end poor Dawn, the shyest and most flustered of the three sisters, was playfully targeted by being left on stage as the old Noosha Fox song ‘Single Bed’ teasingly blared away.
The talented team of Annie Lee as Mourne, Christine Johnston as Eve and Carolyn Johns as Dawn brought their Christmas concert to the York Theatre at the Seymour Centre on the 9th and 10th of December, 2017.