Satirical comedy at its best at The Art House


After two sold-out shows last year, the masters of satirical comedy, The Wharf Revue, are now returning to The Art House with their new show, Looking for Albanese.

The Wharf Revue is at the top of the game when it comes to Aussie satire as they take aim at current affairs and politics with quick-fire wit and creative musical parody.

The latest show is just finishing up six weeks at The Seymour Centre and has many audiences claiming it to be the best yet, a big accolade for the group that has amassed over 22 seasons of the annual review. 

The original crew of Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott are joined by Mandy Bishop to play a vast array of public figures at lightning speed and hilarious accuracy.

This time they tackle inflation, rising interest rates, conflict in Ukraine, climate disaster, culture wars, COVID 19-20-21-22-23, and a looming World War Three.

What sets this troupe apart is their array of talents which never cease to amaze.

They can write, compose, act, dance and sing to provide a clever, top quality and impressive theatre experience beyond simply comedic one-liners.

The Wharf Revue will perform two shows of Looking for Albanese at The Art House in Wyong, an evening and a matinee – Tuesday, March 7 at 8pm and Wednesday, March 8 at 2pm.


The Art House, Wyong

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