The Wharf Revue 2017
24 Oct — 30 Dec 2017
Wharf 1 Theatre
Sometimes tickets can become available on the day. Phone Box Office on (02) 9250 1777.
Sydney Theatre Company presents
THE WHARF REVUE 2017
THE PATRIOTIC RAG
Written and created by Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott
Holding the balance of laughter
Australians all let us rejoice for the return of The Wharf Revue. The unstoppable comedic minds of Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott have been keeping the nation’s political and cultural leaders on their metaphorical toes since before Sydney hosted the Olympics.
In 2017, they return with an all-new, up-to-the-minute, fibre-to-the-node dose of side-splitting sketches and rib-tickling songs. (BYO hyphens.) From the highs to the lows, from the good to the bad to the ugly, this will be a parade of the year’s most memorable characters and the moments they’d prefer to forget.
So, whether you want to calm your nerves or double your disillusion, we all need a fresh serve of laughter, dance and foolishness. With The Wharf Revue on its way into town, there truly has never been a more exciting time to be alive.
“So much to enjoy in this brilliant show. What talent. Laughed until I cried!”
Wendy Gourlay, audience member
Duration 1hr 30mins (no interval)
Content warning Occasional use of strobe and haze effects; occasional strong language.
Monday – Thursday performances
Seniors cardholder $62
Under 30 $60
Groups (10+ people) $60
Friday & Saturday performances
Seniors cardholder $72
Under 30 $72
Groups (10+ people) $62 (excludes Saturday evening)
Standing room (no seating) $25
Preview performances $59
Season Tickets are no longer available to purchase.
Saturday evening A Reserve $61
Adult A Reserve $61
Seniors cardholder $54
Under 30 $54
Transaction fees may apply
Season Ticket bookings (packs of 6 or more plays): no fees
Single ticket bookings: $7.50 online; $8 telephone; $0 Box Office counter
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