Don’t be fooled by the name – The Choir of Man is a lively, hilarious show.
The hit musical adventure is fresh of an international run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Adelaide Fringe Festival, and the cast is bringing its high-energy performance to the Sydney Opera House next month.
The show is set in a cosy British pub called ‘The Jungle’ and combines incredible vocals with exuberant dance, live percussion and foot-stomping choreography.
Instead of a football club or a darts team, this pub has its own male choir.
The show even has a real working bar from which the cast will pull pints and invite audience members to get up close and personal with the cast and set, drinking in the action on stage.
The nine cast members perform pop, folk, and rock classics over drinks, with a set list that includes music from the likes of Paul Simon, Adele, Avicii, Queen and Guns and Roses.
The Choir of Man kicks off its Sydney shows on Wednesday, March 20 and runs until Sunday, April 7.
Tickets start at $49 and are on sale now.
The Advertiser has 10 double passes for the March 20, 7pm show to give away to lucky readers.
Tell us in 25 words or less what your go-to pub singalong is and why for your chance to win.
Entries close Wednesday, February 27 at midnight.
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