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Senior Moments


Venue

Riverside Theatre

Dates

14 March - 17 March 2018

Event Type

Live Event

Return Fire Productions presents
SENIOR MOMENTS

After two smash-hit Sydney seasons, the hilarious comedy revue Senior Moments is back, with Gold Logie winner and veteran actor John Wood (Blue Heelers, Rafferty’s Rules) and Max Gillies (The Gillies Report, Once Were Leaders) joining Play School icon Benita Collings, Kim Lewis (Sons and Daughters, The Restless Years) and Russell Newman (A Country Practice, Underbelly) in this senior theatrical sensation, with Midday Show Maestro Geoff Harvey on piano.

Senior Moments is a comedy revue about old people and the young people they have to deal with, with sketches and songs and performers who are old enough to know better, all making wicked fun of the trials and tribulations of growing old disgracefully.

Dates & Times:
Wednesday 14 March 2018 at 11am & 2:30pm (New show added due to popular demand)
Thursday 15 March 2018 at 11am
Friday 16 March 2018 at 2pm
Saturday 17 March 2018 at 2pm & 8pm

Starring
John Wood
Benita Collings
Max Gillies
Geoff Harvey
Kim Lewis
Russell Newman
Emily Taylor
Christian Barratt-Hill

MEDIA REVIEWS

‘Hilarious’ ‘A classic comedy revue’ ‘I urge everyone to get tickets if they can.’ Dinner and Show

‘Funny’ ‘Delightful’ ‘Very clever and comical’ Stage Whispers

‘A nice treat’ ‘Filled with music and memories’ Broadway World

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Duration

Approximately 1 hour 30 minutes (Including interval)

Riverside Membership

30 Club

Dining at Novotel

Local Dining


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