More shows added to Theme Weavers selection

We’re in the process of adding four stunning new shows to the Theme Weavers roster, including The Family Business. This unique production features the unforgettable hits of the legendary Cole family – Nat ‘King’ Cole, daughter Natalie, brother Freddy… produced by none other than new Theme Weavers Music Director Lionel Cole – (yep… Freddy’s son, Natalie’s cousin… The King’s nephew!)

We’re also launching Motown & More under the direction of the irrepressible Roxanne Lebrasse and featuring all-girl singing group The Starlettes. Dressed in a series of curve-hugging, spangling costumes, the girls sing and dance their way through that awesome array of hits by groups like The Supremes, The Shangri-Las, The Shirelles, The Ronettes and The Chantels.

Stax of Soul pays tribute to the famous Stax record label soul artists like Otis Redding and Booker T & The M.G.s… Ziggy portrays the life and times of David Bowie under the impeccable direction of Jeff Duff and his fellow musical geniuses Steve Balbi and Brydon Stace… and we’re creating a ‘TV show concept’ with legendary jazz drummer, John Morrison and an all-star ‘House Band’.

Theme Weavers clients are definitely spoilt for choice with our great range of shows produced, directed and performed by some of the very best musicians in Australia.

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Luke Escombe joins Theme Weavers to produce Smorgasbordello

The brilliant music comic, Luke Escombe has joined Theme Weavers to present an amazing show we call Smorgasbordello. Luke links imaginative songwriting to side-splitting comedy and has drawn comparisons to Nick Cave, Tim Minchin and Flight of the Conchords. Voted “Sydney’s sexiest man voice” by the listeners of Sydney’s Mix 106.5FM, Luke has played venues from sweaty tin shacks in rural Queensland to Parliament House, Canberra. He’s appeared at the Melbourne and Adelaide Comedy Festivals and the famed Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.

Luke is a hard act to classify. His songs range from dirty blues rock to electro. It’s a new style of music that mixes funky, literate pop and flippant hip-hop into something he calls “Flip Flop”. What unites his performance is Luke’s infectious way of seeing the world… quite simply, he’s hilarious! Luke and Amy from Theme Weavers have created a melange of music, comedy and a mad menu to match for Smorgasbordello… read more here

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