Three of Australia’s top cabaret performers are joining forces to take you on a Magical Mystery Tour through a collection of the finest pop songs ever written.
Fancy singing along with the na na na na bit in Hey Jude? Wanna give peace a chance? Ever listened to Abbey Road and thought “Hey, those guys were actually quite good!”? Does ‘All My Loving’ bring back uncomfortable memories of Johnny Young and The Young Talent Team? Inhale oxygen and exhale Carbon Dioxide? This is the show for you!!
There’s something for everyone in The Great Liverpudlian Songbook – and this multi award winning cabaret trio serve it up it with their trademark offbeat humour and a healthy dose of the hottest three part harmonies on the planet!
You can expect highbrow harmony and low brow comedy – and the occasional joke about one legged ex models.
The Long And Winding Road, Ticket to Ride, Let it Be, Live And Let Die, Hey Jude, Eleanor Rigby, Lucy in The Sky With Diamonds, Imagine, Lady Madonna, Hard Day’s Night, Norwegian Wood, All You Need Is Love, Got To Get You Into My Life, Baby You Can Drive My Car..….mm Beep Beep, mm Beep Beep, Yeah!
Warning this show may contain traces of Mull of Kintyre.
“Sensational! Cabaret at its very best” – the Age
“Killer voices… A full throttle cabaret show” – Adelaide Now
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