It’s De-Lovely <br>David Simes

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Riverside Theatres presents

It’s De-Lovely
David Simes


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

11 February 2018

Event Type

Live Event

It’s De-lovely

Featuring the music of Cole Porter, Michael Bublè, Bobby Darin, and the latest hits from Broadway

David Simes is a 25 year old actor singer from the central coast who has made an impression in children’s theatre and theatre in the last couple of years. David is currently one half of the “Giggle and Hoot” show on ABC TV. Last year he won great reviews in the play “Flood” at the Old 505 Theatre and toured for a year around Australia with Brainstorm Theatre. Most recently David has been touring with singing group “The Vallies”. David has wanted to take on the world of cabaret for some time and this is his first full show. Leading strongly with the traditions set by some of the great jazz and swing performers, David’s show also features some classic music theatre standards and some songs from the hottest new Broadway Tony award winning musical hit “Dear Evan Hansen”.

David is joined on this journey with one of Australia’s leading musical directors, the amazing Andrew Worboys, fresh from his success with “Little Shop of Horrors”. And “Cabaret” and the recent tour with Belinda Wollaston and just before he begins his work on two new Hayes productions “Assasins” and “High Fidelity”. David and Andrew make quite a dynamic duo, not to be missed.

Date & Time: Sunday 11 February at 3pm

Ticket Options

Adult $44
Concession $39
Groups 10 + $39
Under 30's $34
Riverside Members Adult $39
Riverside Member Concession $34
Club 30 $30
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Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60

Duration

70 minutes


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