Mothers Ruin With Libby Wood
Glen Street Theatre is proud to announce the program for the inaugural Cabaret in the Glen, the first cabaret festival on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and North Shore. Over five days and nights, and across two live stages, Glen Street Theatre will transform into a glorious feast of entertainment, theatre, music, art and conversation. From film to live music concerts, panel events and cabaret, Cabaret in the Glen will be positively bursting at the seams.
“We are thrilled to present to you our very first program, chock-full of showbiz’ greatest performing artists. We have music icons. We have theatre royalty, we have the kings and queens of cabaret, and I’m proud to say they’re all from our own backyard,” said Artistic Director for the Festival, Catherine Alcorn. “The artists in our program have performed all over the world to critical acclaim and now they’re here in your very own theatre and ready to knock your socks off!”
Don’t miss the inaugural Cabaret In The Glen Festival. It is sure to be a popular addition to the northern beaches entertainment calendar.
Starring Maeve Marsden and Libby Wood
Thursday 19 October, 7.30pm
Equal parts historical and hysterical, lose yourself in the company of sailors, barmaids and bootleggers in this darkly comic cabaret. “Not only vocally sublime but a stroke of comedy genius” (TheatrePress), Mother’s Ruin is a raucous journey through 18th Century London, a few New York speakeasies, the Australian bush and the jungles of Peru. Mother’s Ruin has played to sold out crowds with critical acclaim at Sydney Festival, Fringe World Festival, Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Melbourne Cabaret Festival and Festival of Voices.
“Discover a little more about your favourite drop, with this mixed up musical history lesson delivered with dry wit and “almost symbiotic harmonies” (Adelaide Advertiser).
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