Phil Scott is a Cabaret Survivor
Pianist/singer/writer/comedian Phil Scott, well known for his work in the annual Wharf Revues, has also been performing solo cabaret shows since the 1980s. (Yes, he began as a mere child!)
In this intimate concert performance, Phil revisits his favourite numbers, tells a few stories and drops a few names… and shows us how and why he “survived” cabaret!
You’ll hear some Tom Lehrer, Flanders and Swann, Fats Waller, lots of favourites from the pop charts and the musicals, even a selection of ‘originals’ from The Wharf Revue, all topped off with Phil’s dazzling keyboard style.
Recommended for ages 15+.
“Phil Scott is a master showman” – Stage Noise
“Survivor, yes, but this veteran pianist, singer, writer and satirist battle weary? No” – Adeliade Now
“An instantly endearing raconteur,” – Sydney Arts Guide
“Anecdotes galore, superb piano playing, great singing and the company and warmth of a wonderful, genuine Aussie entertainer” – Glam Adelaide
“On the cabaret stage, Scott is right at home, lifting the audience up and leading them through a night packed full of comedy with just a little pathos chucked in for good measure“– Aussie Theatre
Premium seated: $49
Seated: $45 (Shared table max. 6 people to a table)