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Mayor of the City of Canterbury Bankstown Mayor, Khal Asfour, said it’s lights, camera, action in 2018 at the Bryan Brown Theatre.
"We’ve attracted a diverse line-up of entertainment with something for everyone, including singers, dancers, film-buffs, theatre-goers, couples, families and children," Mayor Asfour said.
"There will be shows coming to our stage that, in the past, may have been restricted to major theatres in Sydney’s CBD."
Tickets are already selling fast for upcoming comedy show, Simon and George Live Again, starring Simon Palomares and George Kapiniaris, on Sunday 10 February (8-10pm).
Kapiniaris, star of Who Let the Wogs Out and Wogs out of Work, said the show would be original.
"The Age (newspaper) said that through us, ‘Ethnic Comedy had finally arrived in Australia’, so we’re going to continue with what we know best, but don’t expect re-hashed humour," he said.
He also indicated it was likely to be a one-off performance.
"It might even be our last show together after all, we've only worked together twice since our Il Dago tour in 2011," Kapiniaris said.
Once Kapiniaris and Palomares finish their Simon & George Live Again tour, Kapiniaris will feature in his own shows, Malakas with Attitude, Straight Outta Compo, and United Nations of Comedy.
Other upcoming shows at Bryan Brown Theatre, include:
The Songs of James Taylor and Carol King, on Saturday 24 February;
Little Diana and The Big Fuzz - Diana Ross and The Supremes, on Saturday 10 March;
The Divine Miss M – Tribute to Bette Midler, on Saturday 24 March; and
The Little Mermaid, from 13-22 April.
For more information, or to book your tickets, go to www.bryanbrowntheatre.com.au
8/02/2018 12:22 PM