On Sunday June 7th, Riverside Theatres Digital will present The Wharf Revue’s Jonathan Biggins and Phil Scott in No Cabaret for Old Men, streaming to audiences’ homes in a one-show only live performance from Riverside Theatres in Parramatta.
Direct from its premiere at the 2019 Sydney Cabaret Festival, and updated during lockdown, join Biggins and Scott as they give a veritable masterclass in cabaret – with neither the mastery nor class.
Together, these lightly-seasoned performers examine the many strands of the cabaret art form – Audition Cabaret, Name-Drop Cabaret, Weimar, Broadway, Political, and the ever-popular “Rehash Some Old Material During the Lockdown”.
No Cabaret for Old Men: the show that finally gives mature white men the voice they have never had.
The team at Riverside Theatres have worked hard to create Riverside Theatres Digital, a brand-new unique viewing experience, ensuring audiences can stay connected and entertained over this time. The concerts will be fully live multi-camera events, streaming once only. No Cabaret for Old Men is ‘choose what you pay’ ticketing with a minimum ticket price of only $12.
What: No Cabaret for Old Men – Riverside Theatres Digital When: 5pm on Sunday June 7th Where: https://riversideparramatta.com.au Tickets: Choose What You Pay – starting from $12