Silent is not the word to use for the first act of SILENT NIGHT from Darlinghurst Theatre. Some witty single adjective encompassing laugh out loud, occasional hysterical giggle or cringing gasps of recognition might give some inkling of what’s in store for an audience. It has some really funny moments and some excellent jokes, even a few well executed sight gags. It’s light and fun and aimed intelligently at those of us who think Christmas is just a titch over-commercialised. The second act however is a different beast. A seven headed beast which sits uneasily in the Christmas setting. Continue reading SILENT NIGHT: TIME TO GET THE XMAS LIGHTS OUT→
The Wharf Revue 2015 is back to its sharp, biting satirical best, and for added entertainment they have included literary humour, opera, musicals, pop, jazz and the crude and the vulgar.
Jonathan Biggins, Amanda Bishop, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott all perform wonderfully as a diverse range of characters. The show seamlessly jumps between live and video segments keeping up a constant flow of entertainment. The music and musical performances round out a thoroughly enjoyable production.