Meow Meow’s Pandemonium is coming to Hamer Hall in May for two nights only.
Internationally acclaimed cabaret legend and comedienne, Meow Meow, is joining forces with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for two special performances next month.
What you need to know
- Meow Meow’s Pandemonium comes to Hamer Hall on Friday May 21 and Saturday May 22
- Meow Meow will also appear In Conversation on May 19 at Iwaki Auditorium
- Ben Northey will conduct Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for the two performances
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Backed by the MSO, the queen of song will deliver two evenings of musical mayhem spanning Brecht to Radiohead, all coloured with her distinct blend of coquettish cabaret and comedy.
Renowned for her mesmeric charisma and heavenly voice, Meow Meow has taken her original productions to stages across the globe, including performances at Edinburgh International Arts Festival, Sydney Opera House, Shakespeare’s Globe London and many more prestigious venues and festivals.
Now, she’ll return to Hamer Hall across two nights only for a hypnotic melting pot of orchestrated chaos.
Certain to keep audiences on their toes, this extravagant affair will see Meow Meow unleash her dynamism in full force in a show like no other.
Catch Meow Meow’s Pandemonium at Hamer Hall on Friday May 21 and Saturday May 22. Grab your tickets from the MSO website.