The Gospel According to Paul is a funny, insightful and occasionally poignant portrait of Paul Keating.

Glasshouse Port Macquarie presents
Soft Tread's

The Gospel According to Paul

Written and Performed by Jonathan Biggins

One of Australia’s favourite performers, Jonathan Biggins, is Paul Keating – visionary, reformer and rabble-rouser – in a highly anticipated new comedy, The Gospel According to Paul.

The Gospel According to Paul is a funny, insightful and occasionally poignant portrait of Paul Keating. The man that – as he tells it – single-handedly shaped contemporary Australia.

Jonathan Biggins’ performance as Paul Keating is well known from the long-running Sydney Theatre Company success story, The Wharf Revue. Full of insight, intelligence and wit, The Gospel According to Paul is a new comedy about a critical time in Australian history and the man who loomed large above it all.

If that sounds like a fascination with Keating is compulsory, it's not. You'll still spend most of the time helpless with laughter at the barbed wit coupled with the completeness of the performance. What makes this Biggins's finest work is that as the show progresses you forget it's him. The man on stage becomes PJ Keating.John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald, March 2019
Keating is such a great character to write for and perform – he was funny, sharp, emotional and flamboyant Jonathan Biggins

 

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Image: Brett Boardman

COMEDY PLUS 

The package guaranteed to deliver side-splitting laughs at an unbeatable price. 
Comedy nights are a HOT favourite at the Glasshouse and this is your only chance to score a discount to some of the most popular events of the year.

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO PAUL - Friday 10 May 7.30pm
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL ROADSHOW - Thursday 4 July, 7.30pm
SYDNEY COMEDY FESTIVAL SHOWCASE- Friday 4 October,8pm

Comedy Plus Package: Adult $126.90, Member $110.90

 

Director: Aarne Neeme
Designer: Mark Thompson
Lighting Designer: Verity Hampson
Sound and Video Designer: David Bergman
Cast: Jonathan Biggins