When December 09, 2023 at 6:30pm 3 hrs
Contact Maryanne Cantwell [email protected]

“Dynamic”, “Passionate”, “Witty and irreverent”, “Eco-Worrier”: A Climate Cabaret, is a fun, uplifting one-woman show tackling the climate and ecological crisis.

Join vivacious cruise ship singer and cabaret artist, Hannah Gwatkin, armed with her “smooth vocals”, saxophone, tap shoes, keyboard, tambourine, ukulele and (gasp for air) loop pedal, for a thought-provoking, fun night out. Returning with a one-off performance after receiving rave-reviews from Sydney Fringe and Brisbane Anywhere Festivals, Hannah is sure to recharge your batteries through the power of cabaret.

Written to inspire and lift the spirits of people wanting more climate action ... and who doesn't want more climate action?!

Grab your friends and enjoy a night off together.

“Bloody brilliant... very entertaining night. Don’t miss [it]!” 
“A fabulously entertaining evening. What a woman!”

 

Event details

Date: Saturday 9 December - arrive 6:30pm for show at 8pm
Place: Lindfield Sports Centre, 32 Highfield Road, Lindfield NSW 2070 - car parking available onsite

What to expect - apart from great entertainment

  • 6:30pm - doors open, cash bar for drinks and pizza
  • 8:00pm - performance starts, cash bar for drinks
  • Limited pizza availability - order on arrival to receive your food before the performance
  • Entry by advance donation $50 (or $30 for under 30s, $15 for under 20s) - your donation is your ticket
  • Campaign merchandise available for purchase

Reviews

“A whirlwind song-story of ecological realities told with humour, grief, anger, empathy and more humour. There was neither a note, eco-fact or theme out of place...There wasn’t a genre her voice couldn’t handle...And you could hear every tongue twisting word of it! That standing ovation burst out of a very moved, thoroughly entertained group of people.”
~ Jenni Fitzgibbons, Green Left 

“With so many layers to its both big and small messaging, there is much to take away. The honesty, passion and inventiveness with which Gwatkin explores her eco anxiety is not only a motivating reminder of the power of collectivism and the value of art in the promotion of social change, but a very entertaining way to see something different.”
~ Meredith Walker, Blue Curtains Brisbane 

Gwatkin’s natural talent wowed audiences – they seamlessly changed between tap dancing, acting, playing the keyboard, ukelele, saxophone and drum whilst singing parodies of popular songs...The dynamic construction leaves me wishing I could see it again as the performance was packed with many witty facts and easter eggs.”
~ Sophie Heather, TheatreHaus 

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