Threlfall and Ubrihien have a wonderful easy-going rapport that makes the show fly by; creating an atmosphere that genuinely invites the audience to become involved with the show. The Butterfly Club can be an unforgiving space for both performer and audience, particularly if a performance isn’t going well, but Threlfall and Ubrihien avoid this trap with their polish, banter and general camaraderie.
Though Little Boy Blue is only in town for a short season, both performers are frequent visitors to Melbourne’s cabaret scene and are a well worth seeking out when they next make their trip south from Sydney. All in all, Little Boy Blue is a pleasant diversion that makes for an enjoyable night out.
Andrew Threlfall is LITTLE BOY BLUE
Venue: The Butterfly Club | 204 Bank St, South Melbourne
Dates: Thursday 13 to Sunday 16 March
Times: Thurs – Sat at 9.00 pm; Sunday at 8.00 pm
Duration: one hour approx
Tickets: $20 full / $15 concession and for groups of 8 or more
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