Writers: Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Philip Scott
Co-Directors: Jonathan Biggins and Drew Forsythe
Musical Director: Andrew Warboys
Lighting Designer: Matt Cox
Video Designer: Todd Decker
Sound and Video Systems Designer: Cameron Smith
Costume Designers: Hazel and Scott Fisher
Performed by Jonathan Biggins, Mandy Bishop, Drew Forsythe and David Whitney, with Andrew Warboys
Photography by Ashley de Prazer

The Wharf Revue is back for another year of sensational value! Satirical content is up by 7%, the average laughter quotient is indexed at 8.3% over the forward estimates but the Wharf Revue defies the cost-of-living pressure by keeping the ticket price at the same level as last year! Take that, Phillip Lowe!

Yes, that’s right: today’s comedy at yesterday’s prices! NO deposit, NO interest!

With over twenty-three years experience in the political satire space, Australia’s most trusted revue-based practitioners continue the tradition with this year’s hilarious offering: “Pride in Prejudice” TM.

With no jokes written by ChatGPT and no sketches outsourced to PWC. Completely gluten-free, suitable for the lactose intolerant and no animals were harmed during the production process.*

* Disclaimer: Reputations may be questioned, political careers damaged and some sacred cows slaughtered. Due to public demand, full-frontal nudity will not be included. Any similarity to public figures living or dead is entirely intentional.

A night of uproarious laughter and cheeky hilarity by (the) stunningly talented Wharf Revue

Canberra Times

★★★★ The Wharf Revue is now a national institution and it just keeps on giving….a sea of hilarity

Limelight Magazine

★★★★ See this!

Sydney Morning Herald

Book now for our Sydney season at the Seymour Centre.

The Revue tours in 2024 to the following venues:-

The Pavilion, Sutherland: February 6 – 7
Capitol Theatre, Tamworth: February 9 – 10
Cessnock Performing Arts Centre, Cessnock: February 27
Riverside Theatres, Parramatta: February 29 – March 2
Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane: March 5 – 9
The Arts House, Wyong: March 12 – 13
Glen St Theatre, Frenchs Forest: March 14 – 28
Dubbo Regional Theatre: April 3
Civic Theatre Newcastle: April 5-6
Adelaide Festival Centre: April 8 – 13
The Glasshouse, Port Macquarie: April 16 – 17
Orange Civic Theatre: April 19 – 20
The Round, Nunawading: April 23 – 24
The Joan, Penrith: May 2 – 4