The Robertson Brothers 60s Television Show

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Following their Sold-Out National Tour in 2023, Australia’s ‘Kings of Variety Television’ are back with a brand-new show! The Robertson Brothers are thrilled to be returning with their new heart-warming and uplifting 1960’s Variety Television Show! 

Geoff and Ben are back as your charming and cheeky hosts for this nostalgic night of entertainment as they pay tribute to the musical giants of the 1960’s – The Beach Boys, The Monkees, Johnny Farnham, Peter, Paul and Mary, The Hollies, The Bee Gees, Frankie Valli, The Everly Brothers, Neil Sedaka and The Seekers.

 

Fans will be excited to know the multi-talented Simon Brook McLachlan (from Jersey Boys) will thrill them with his very special tributes to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons as well as Neil Sedaka, together with a tribute to the much loved 1960s Australian superstar, Johnny Farnham.

Unlike anything you have ever seen before this 150-minute ground-breaking and interactive theatrical television experience is filled with all the fun, music and long forgotten memories of the fabulous 1960’s. The Variety Television Show audience is taken on a unique and emotional journey back to the best years of their lives.

Content: Wendouree Performing Arts Centre

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  • Sun 19 May

2pm–4:30pm

Wendouree Centre for Performing Arts

1220 Howitt St, Wendouree VIC 3355

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$74.95 - $79.95


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