Glasshouse Port Macquarie presents a Sydney Theatre Company Production
The Wharf Revue 2020: Good Night and Good Luck
By Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott
Co-Directed By Jonathan Biggins and Drew Forsythe.
After 20 years the comedy institution bids farewell.
Don’t miss out on this one last hurrah as the indefatigable trio of Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott reunite with dazzling accomplice Mandy Bishop for one final victory lap of The Wharf Revue. It’s good night and good luck to the comedy juggernaut that’s been keeping the bastards honest since 2000.
The bad news is that the planet is on fire and our world leaders are barely qualified to run a chook raffle. And the good? The Wharf Revue has fake news, fake hair and real laughs in abundance. No one is safe and no topic too taboo in this night of sketches, songs and sidesplitting satire.
You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! You’ll want to move to New Zealand!
It truly is a must see - Sydney Arts Guide
Lots of laughs, excruciating jokes and acidic satire... It’s frequently dark, sophisticated and, as well as being awfully clever, is also totally idiotic and hilarious - Stage Noise
Musical Director: Phillip Scott
Designer: Charles Davis
Lighting Designer: Matt Cox
Jonathan Biggins, Mandy Bishop, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott
Production Patron: The Petre Foundation
Photographer: Rene Vaile
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