Media Release: Friday, September 10, 2010
After-hours crowd falls in love with Late Night Lounge
Sydney Opera House announces October line-up
Night owls have taken note and the uber-cool after-hours club at Sydney Opera House has become one of the hottest tickets in town.
Late Night Lounge is a monthly rock ‘n’ roll, variety, cabaret experience that brings together both the famous and the infamous artists performing across the harbour city.
With a different line up each month, the edgy and dynamic series is always good fun so audiences have come to expect the unexpected.
For the next event on October 2, the line up includes 2010 Helpmann Award winner iOTA fresh from a successful run of Smoke and Mirrors at the Edinburgh Fringe and LA’s Queen of ‘Salsoul’ Cecilia Noel in a turbo charged set of Latin music.
Also on the bill is purple puppet Randy ably supported by Heath McIvor and with more acts – including stand-up comedy and burlesque – to be announced, this promises to be a memorable night out.
Past Late Night Loungers include Angus & Julia Stone, Tex Perkins, Katie Noonan, Charlie Pickering, Paul Capsis, Claire Hooper and Jenny Morris, to name just a few.
Keeping a loose rein on the monthly party will be MC Libbi Gorr with a red-hot house band under the musical direction of Matt McMahon.
Guests can purchase supper and chill with a drink as we sample stories and songs, moves and grooves, familiar faces and secret surprise guests.
Become a Facebook Fan or register for Inhouse at sydneyoperahouse.com to be the first in the know on who’s coming up.
Late Night Lounge – you never know who could turn up!
LATE NIGHT LOUNGE SEASON DETAILS
Dates: 2 October, 13 November and 18 December
Venue: The Studio
Tickets: Floor table seats from $49. Mezzanine seating from $39
Bookings: 02 9250 7777 or www.sydneyoperahouse.com
MEDIA CONTACT: Nathan McIlroy, Senior Publicist
02 9250 7596 / 0434 146 121/ email@example.com
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