Music Season
Roadcase presents

30 Something

Starring Catherine Alcorn & Phil Scott

Friday 15 July | 8pm

Blow your wig and top up your giggle juice. You’re gonna party like it’s 1939! 

Step back in time to New Year’s Eve, 1939, Bohemian Kings Cross.

She’s been wowing Hollywood, he’s been touring Queanbeyan. But on the last night of the decade, maestro of mischief Phil Scott and powerhouse canary Catherine Alcorn reunite for a thrilling joyride back to their 18-carat lounge act to count you down to the end of a very dramatic era of politics, great depression, booze…and that’s just in the dressing room!

30 Something is an immersive party taking audiences back to the speakeasy days via a 21st century lens. Through a kaleidoscope of traditional and reimagined music, hilarious social commentary, and stunning similarities to then and now, 30 Something is an unapologetic celebration of Sydney’s history, how far she’s come...and how far she hasn’t.

Featuring music by Fats Waller, Irving Berlin, Cab Calloway, Phil Collins, Kylie Minogue, Lady Gaga, Prince and more!

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Running Time

Approx. 1 hr 30 mins

Recommended For

Ages 15+

Ticket Price

$60 - $65

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Catherine Alcorn and Phil Scott

Blow your wig and top up your giggle juice. You’re gonna party like it’s 1939! 

Step back in time to New Year’s Eve, 1939, Bohemian Kings Cross.

She’s been wowing Hollywood, he’s been touring Queanbeyan. But on the last night of the decade, maestro of mischief Phil Scott and powerhouse canary Catherine Alcorn reunite for a thrilling joyride back to their 18-carat lounge act to count you down to the end of a very dramatic era of politics, great depression, booze…and that’s just in the dressing room!

30 Something is an immersive party taking audiences back to the speakeasy days via a 21st century lens. Through a kaleidoscope of traditional and reimagined music, hilarious social commentary, and stunning similarities to then and now, 30 Something is an unapologetic celebration of Sydney’s history, how far she’s come...and how far she hasn’t.

Featuring music by Fats Waller, Irving Berlin, Cab Calloway, Phil Collins, Kylie Minogue, Lady Gaga, Prince and more!

Location

Auditorium

Running Time

Approx. 1 hr 30 mins (no interval)

Schedule of Shows
  • Friday 15 July, 8pm
Prices
  • Member/Group 8+/U30: $60
  • Adult: $65
  • Concession: $62.50

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    Encore Dining
    • Pre-show Dinner 

    Two Course: $52

    Two Course (Member): $49

    Three Course: $65

    Three Course (Member): $60

    Cast & Credits

    Creators, Writers & Performers Catherine Alcorn and Phil Scott 
    Musical Director Phil Scott 
    Director Ted Robinson 
    Lighting Designer Trent Suidgeest 
    Associate Producer Joel Robinson

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    Pre-book a meal with your ticket and access a special two-course dining menu. All meals are prepared by our talented chef, showcasing seasonal Shoalhaven produce. Dinner commences two hours before the show, please be seated no later than 1.5 hours before the show. Pre-show dining bookings close one week before the event. Book early to avoid missing out.

    Otherwise, light refreshments are available from Encore Café and bar, one hour before show time. 

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    Ticket Transaction Fees

    • Counter Sales: no transaction fee 
    • Online Bookings: $2.65 per transaction 
    • Telephone Bookings: $6.10 per transaction 
    • Postage (if required): $5.20 per order

    Booking terms and conditions

    Ticket Refunds, Exchanges and Right of Refusal

    The Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre abides by the Live Performance Australia, Code of Practice for the Ticketing of Live Entertainment in Australia. Tickets for a future performance can usually be exchanged for another performance of that show, subject to availability and payment of any ticket price difference. Management has the right to refuse any ticket exchanges. Refunds are generally not available except under exceptional circumstances outlined in the Live Performance Australia Code of Practice for Ticketing. Click here for the Code.

    ⇒ Further Terms & Conditions for Refunds & Exchanges related to COVID-19 may apply, read them here.

    Discounts

    BABES IN ARMS
    Babies are not generally admitted into shows other than those targeted at children 2-8 yrs. In this case, children under 2 and with an adult will be admitted for free in most cases accordingly. Babes in arms count toward the venue seating capacity under COVID-19 restrictions and must be declared when booking. Please check show page for special conditions that may apply. 

    CHILDREN
    We love kids here at Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre! When available children aged from 2-18 years can access kids’ discounts. Please check show page for special conditions that may apply.

    STUDENTS
    If you’re currently studying full time and older than 12 years you’re entitled to our student discount rate. Just remember, the Box Office will ask for proof of full-time study. From time to time, we have other special deals for students so keep a look out for advertising or ask at the Box Office for more details. 

    PENSIONER CONCESSION AND SENIORS’ CARD HOLDERS
    Discounted prices are available for selected shows for Pensioner Concession Card holders and Seniors’ Card holders. 

    CONCESSION DISCOUNTS FOR CHILDREN’S SHOWS
    For children’s shows where there is a Student Group price, the concession price only applies to Pensioners and Seniors, a single student/child must pay the regular price. Proof of entitlement must be included when booking and may be requested prior to admission.

    UNDER 30 TICKETS
    Discounted prices are available for some performances. Refer to the event page on this website for pricing if offered. Tickets are not available online and can only be purchased in person with presentation of identification.

    Rights of Entry

    COVID-19 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

    The Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre is registered as a COVIDSafe venue and requires all patrons to adhere to the related conditions of entry outlined here.

    GENERAL RIGHTS OF ENTRY

    LATECOMERS
    If you arrive late, and the show has already started, there is every chance, depending on the show, that you will be refused entry or you might not be able to go in until there is a break in the program, such as intermission. 

    CAMERAS AND RECORDING EQUIPMENT
    Due to copyright requirements and to ensure an enjoyable experience for all patrons, cameras and recording equipment are not permitted in the Studio and Auditorium. 

    MOBILE PHONES
    Out of consideration to the artists and fellow patrons, please switch mobile phones, audible paging devices and alarm watches off while in the Studio and Auditorium. 

    STANDING IN SEATS
    Anyone who has purchased a seat should be considerate of other people. Please don’t stand in your seat - the person behind you can’t see. If you continue to stand up after you have been asked to sit, you may be asked to leave the theatre by security. 

    ZERO TOLERANCE
    Be responsible and we can all have fun. Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre has a zero tolerance when it comes to the use of drugs and the abuse of alcohol. Anyone who we believe is under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol will be asked to leave the Centre or be subject to police action.

    SMOKING
    Smoking is not allowed anywhere in the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre or within 10 metres of the building. 

    DRESS CODE
    Remember… be cool but be tidy. Anyone who visits the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre dressed in bare feet, dirty clothes, inappropriate or offensive clothing will not be let in. We also can’t let you wear fashion hats, hoods, caps or headgear (excluding religious garments) into our theatres.