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Cheeky Cabaret returns!

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The Cheeky Cabaret has redefined a night out at the theatre, smashing together circus, vaudeville, comedy,

Roll up! Roll up! Summer wouldn’t be the same in Bruns without a big Cheeky season, so they’re back, with a new cast.

The reputation of the Cheeky genre-bending show has spread like wildfire with its weird and fabulous lineup – it’s without question the wildest night you’ll have in the Northern Rivers!

The Cheeky Cabaret has redefined a night out at the theatre, smashing together circus, vaudeville, comedy, new burlesque and everything in between. Its reputation is firmly established in the Byron Shire, selling out every season and attracting international artists who would ordinarily play much bigger stages.

The Cheeky shows feature a different cast of troubadours, miscreants, delectable divas and cabaret queens every season, so no two shows are ever the same. You’ll leave spellbound, titillated and amazed. Think you’ve seen it all? Think again…

Following the Cheeky season is some incredible live music, including Ella Hooper: Small Town Temple tour, Libby O’Donovan – cabaret singer extraordinaire, Stella Donnelly: Flood Australian tour, Liz Stringer and William Crighton co-headlining in a powerhouse performance, and the house is thrilled to announce the fabulous Tim Rogers & The Twin Set coming in April.

Then, brace yourself for the hilarious award-winning NZ comic, Melanie Bracewell, in her live show OOH LA LA and the rising star of Australian comedy, Nazeem Hussain, in Hussain That? 

Don’t miss these world-class comedy acts performing on your very doorstep in the Northern Rivers!

If you’re keen to fill your calendar with all these sensational events, then you should totally become a Brunswick Picture Housemate – the amazing benefits of which includes priority entry to all shows, a 20 per cent discount on tickets for you and three friends, and special membership events throughout the year. You’re not only doing yourself a favour, you’re also supporting a local community not-for-profit entertainment venue. Consider yourself a friend with benefits!

The Brunswick Picture House is airconditioned and licensed for BYO, so bring your favourite drinks and some friends for a great night out. The kiosk and box office are open one hour before all shows.

Psst! Make sure you check out their new upfront Posh Seating. It’s the best seat in the house.

The Cheeky Cabaret plays 1–5 and 8–12 February.

To book tickets online to any of these fabulous events, visit the website: brunswickpicturehouse.com.

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