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BYRON SUPPER CLUB RETURNS TO THE BYRON THEATRE BYRON BAY

Byron Supper Club returns to the Byron Theatre on Thursday 27, Friday 28 and Saturday 29 January 2022 at 7pm.  Bookings are now open.  This return season follows the 2020 season that sold out before it opened.

Byron Supper Club is the ultimate immersive cabaret experience, with spectacular theatrical performances by Australia’s top music theatre artists.  Uniquely staged in the round, audiences are taken into an immersive experience full of surprise and delight at every turn.

Hosted by founder, Artistic Director and West End star Michael Cormick, and joined by Rachael Beck, Seann Miley Moore, Angelique Cassimatis, Sarah Bakker, Conrad Hamill, Heath Keating, the January 2022 season pays homage to the most powerful female voices of our time.  From Lady Marmalade, to Evita, Chicago and more recently blockbuster films with epic soundtracks, audiences will continually be thrilled by an array of talent not typically featured under one roof. Continue reading BYRON SUPPER CLUB RETURNS TO THE BYRON THEATRE BYRON BAY

THE BODYBAG THE PANTO: OUR TREV PIMPS UP THE OPERA HOUSE

Simply put, I never get to use “trashy” as an honorific.  Trashy or tacky or flashy.  Until now.  Here we go … THE BODYBAG.  It’s playing at the Sydney Opera House and kneel  before me Trevor Ashley and cast as I dub your production deliciously trashy, graciously garish, faaabulously flashy and expertly tacky.  THE BODYBAG, which has nothing to do with, or endorsed by, any other famous work of art or cinema or television etc, is all this and more.  The more is an elegance of craft, skill and talent but that’s boring, let’s talk about the meretricious. Continue reading THE BODYBAG THE PANTO: OUR TREV PIMPS UP THE OPERA HOUSE

NOTHING TO DO WITH ANYTHING FAMOUS: THE BODYBAG!

 

Trevor Ashley in  THE BODYBAG: The Panto

“IT’S NOT RIGHT…. BUT IT’S OKAY”

Multi-award winning superstar Rachel Marinade (Trevor Ashley) is one of the most successful entertainers ever to have come runner-up on Australian Idol*.  But after a spate of creepy “fan mail” it’s clear that Rachel needs protection.  Not only that, after being charged in local court for holding a fake driver’s license, she also needs transport. Continue reading NOTHING TO DO WITH ANYTHING FAMOUS: THE BODYBAG!