Beyond the Threshold and The Events Centre, Caloundra present What A Man’s Gotta Do Written and performed by Andrew Horabin
The Events Centre
Wed 11 July 2012
|Time:||7.30pm - Duration: 90 Mins|
|Tickets:||Full price: $35.00 / Group 10+: $30.00|
When Adam’s Bucks spill out of a strip joint and right into Lucy’s Hens, there’s trouble. She says he’s never gonna grow up. Adam protests. Lucy gives him 24 hours to prove he’s a man – or the wedding’s off!
Muzza and Gazza are not much help. They tell him she’s just a sheila and sheilas change their minds. But she’s not changing it back. And the hour of the wedding is fast approaching, leaving Adam asking “What’s a man gotta do to be a man?
With no formal initiation or rites of passage, these three young blokes must forge their own path into manhood. How lost will they get on the journey? What risks do they take in trying to initiate themselves? And will they make it back in time?
Spend a night with comedian and award-winning songwriter Andrew Horabin, laughing about sex, work, marriage, mateship, booze, coming of age, being a Dad and getting old without necessarily growing up.
And find out what a man’s gotta do to be a man in Caloundra.
Pre Show Dining options are also available for this show
“brilliant… a sharp, satirical, witty one-man musical aimed at adults… up-to-the-minute, relevant to each community and very, very funny… you’ll wind up happier, better informed into modern bloke’s thinking – and awed by a unique talent.”
“…hilarious and confrontational… ”
“…excellent… see this show…”
The Age online
“Five Stars! ***** … rip-roarin’ rootin’ tootin’ adult musical… The humour was not only sustained for the show, but for hours afterwards. Fantastic, but you will be lucky to get a seat!”
Independent Theatre Association online
Adult themes and coarse language
Definitely not suitable for people under the age of 16. Contains explicit language and adult concepts.
The Australian Government is proud to be associated with this tour through the national performing arts program, Playing Australia, which gives Australians across the country the opportunity to see some of our best performing arts.
Tour Coordination by Country Arts WA.