An entertaining trip down memory lane, hosted by larger-than-life personalities Bob Downe and Willsy
They say ‘life begins at 40’. If you’re eternally youthful entertainer Bob Downe, that number doesn’t exist – hence the title of his latest show. Australia’s own ‘Prince of Polyester’ has entertained audiences for over 30 years wearing a litany of sparkling sequins and safari suits.
Hans (Matt Gilbertson), Bob Downe (Mark Trevorrow), and Willsy (Anne Wills) have come together to present a camp cabaret comedy in their show Triple Treat.
Livingston’s book covers the careers of the Doug Anthony All-Stars just as well as his own, with interviews, photos and candour.
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From the opening destruction of Roy Orbison’s Pretty Woman, Downe continues to roll out the laughs with his unique brand of silliness.
This fine production has a very short run and closes on Saturday, so you do not have much time. If you want to see this show get a ticket now.
Back by popular demand, the Adelaide Festival Centre presents World War Bob by Mark Trevorrow and Bill Harding from 27 – 30 April in Her Majesty’s Theatre.