The Wharf Revue 2018
13 Nov — 15 Dec 2018
Roslyn Packer Theatre
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Sydney Theatre Company presents
THE WHARF REVUE 2018
Written and created by Jonathan Biggins and Drew Forsythe
The punchlines keep rolling in
The Wharf might be needing a facelift, but The Wharf Revue is looking as young and gleeful as ever.
Those indefatigable kings of comedy, sorcerers of satire and masters of mockery, Jonathan Biggins and Drew Forsythe, are back in the saddle and gearing up for another glorious year of political satire – this time in the Roslyn Packer Theatre. The stage will be bigger and so will the laughs. We like to think of it as continuity with change.
So, politicians take cover and pundits stand back, because there will be songs, there will be dance, and there will be some very funny impressions.
Join us as we sort the wets from the dries, the leaks from the fakes, and the factions from the fictions in this bigger, better and wharfier Revue than The Wharf could ever handle.
“Frequently dark, sophisticated and as well as being awfully it’s also totally idiotic and hilarious.”
Duration 1hr 30mins (no interval)
2018 Season Tickets (packs of 6 or more plays)
Save at least 20% on full price single tickets, access the best available seats and get a lot of exclusive benefits all year. More info.
Season Ticket prices
Saturday evening A Reserve $66
Adult A Reserve $66
Seniors cardholder $59
Under 30 $59
Single ticket prices
Saturday evening $75
Seniors cardholder $66
Under 30 $64
Prices correct at the time of publication and subject to change without notice. Exact prices will be displayed with seat selection.
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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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