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Return Fire Productions presents

Senior Moments


Riverside Theatre


14 March - 18 March 2018

Event Type

Live Event

John Wood, Benita Collings & Max Gillies are having some Senior Moments with Geoff Harvey on piano.

Senior Moments: a comedy revue about old people and the young people they have to deal with. Finally, some senior moments you’ll want to remember! Funnier than Cats, less religious than Jesus Christ Superstar, bigger than Ben Hur (the DVD anyway), it’s: Senior Moments!

Senior Moments is a comedy revue, 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.It’s a seriously silly show for otherwise sensible seniors.

Featuring a cast of veteran performers including Gold Logie award winner John Wood (Blue Heelers, Rafferty’s Rules), Play School icon Benita Collings (Play School, Sleeping Beauty), master satirist Max Gillies (The Gillies Report, Once Were Leaders) and more, with former Channel 9 Midday maestro Geoff Harvey on piano, Senior Moments is a deliciously funny and fresh collection of comic senior moments, scenes and songs, all guaranteed to stop you from thinking constantly about your lumbago for at least 90 minutes.

Come along to Senior Moments: a seriously funny revue for slightly old people. (That’s you. Be honest.)

Dates & Times:
Wednesday 14 March at 11am
Thursday 15 March at 11am
Friday 16 March at 2pm
Saturday 18 March at 2pm + 8pm

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90 mins

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