Performance dates & times

Wednesday 21 Feb
2:00 PM, 7:00 PM
Thursday 22 Feb
7:00 PM
Friday 23 Feb
8:00 PM
Saturday 24 Feb
2:00 PM, 8:00 PM
Sunday 25 Feb
5:00 PM
Wednesday 28 Feb
2:00 PM
Thursday 1 Mar
7:00 PM
Friday 2 Mar
8:00 PM
Saturday 3 Mar
2:00 PM, 8:00 PM
Sunday 4 Mar
5:00 PM
Wednesday 7 Mar
2:00 PM
Thursday 8 Mar
7:00 PM
Friday 9 Mar
8:00 PM
Saturday 10 Mar
2:00 PM, 8:00 PM
Sunday 11 Mar
5:00 PM

Price range

Single Tickets
$79 – $119
Groups 6+
$85
Restricted View
$49

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“The Show Goes On” is a truism, that embodies all the drama, glamour and star power of the world’s greatest singers.

Bernadette Robinson celebrates some of the world's most publicly adored singers through their own words and legendary songs.

From Judy Garland to Edith Piaf, Shirley Bassey, Barbra Streisand, Maria Callas and more. Women who laid bare their lives for their audience, who loved and lost in dramatic style, who hungered for fame and were, perhaps, broken by it. Through it all they expressed themselves through music on their own terms.

Bernadette captures their vulnerabilities, humour, doubts and fears through the power of their song. Relive the highs and lows as this incredible performer brings each of the iconic singers to life once more.

In the runaway success of Songs For Nobodies, the unique acting and singing talents of Bernadette Robinson were embraced by audiences and critics alike. The Show Goes On is the latest production from this transformative performer, it will delight her fans and astound those who see her for the first time.

Directed by Richard Carroll, Co-Written by Bernadette Robinson and Richard Carroll.


Credits

Producer
Harley Medcalf, Duet Productions Pty Ltd
Associate Producer
Bernadette Robinson
Director
Richard Carroll
Co-written by
Bernadette Robinson & Richard Carroll

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