FREE TIX - The Choir of Man

FREE TIX - The Choir of ManSet in a cosy British pub called “The Jungle”, The Choir of Man combines incredible vocals with high energy dance, live percussion and foot stomping choreography. Most pubs have a football club, a darts team, or an intimidatingly vast array of craft beer – this one has a male voice choir. The show even has a real working bar from which the cast will pull pints and invite audience members to get up-close-and-personal with the show, drinking in the action on-stage.

This musical adventure features a cast of nine mates performing pop, folk and rock classics over drinks. With a set-list that includes hits from the likes of Paul Simon, Adele, Avicii, Queen and Guns N’ Roses, there’s something for everyone in this joyous evening. An energetic show for all ages, The Choir of Man brings together world-class singers, dancers, instrumentalists and poets with flawless vocal harmonies.

Australian Stage has ONE DOUBLE pass to giveaway – 7pm Wednesday 20 March, 2019

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The first entry received* will win a double pass to the 7.00pm performance Wednesday 20 March, 2019.

*PLEASE NOTE: Entries received BEFORE 9am March 7 will be disqualified. One entry per person. Tickets cannot be exchanged for cash or for any other performance. If you have won tickets from Australian Stage in the past 4 weeks you are ineligible for this promotion.

 

Sydney Opera House presents
THE CHOIR OF MAN

Venue:  The Studio, Sydney Opera House
Dates:  20 March – 7 April 2019
Tickets:  From $49 + booking fee
Bookings:  www.sydneyoperahouse.com

 

 

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