Following sell-out seasons at Her Majesty’s Theatre in Melbourne and theatres across the country, Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll is back and bigger and better than ever.
First debuting in 1993 with humble beginnings at an old Melbourne icon, the fever took hold fast and now Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll is celebrating 30 years since they first immortalised the ‘50s and ‘60s, with more songs, more high-energy performance numbers and even more glitzy costumes than ever before.
The electric line up of 15 singers and dancers features some of Australia’s favourite live entertainers and World Champion dancers, including many from Dancing With The Stars.
Audiences will be rocking and rolling throughout Victoria, Western Australia, Tasmania and Adelaide so prepare to be ‘all shook up’ at this homage to the era known for pure, unadulterated fun.
Tickets are now on sale for performances around the country, with more tour dates still to be announced: shakerattleandroll.com.au
Featuring hit songs that rocked a generation and are forever loved by rockabilly devotees Australia wide, Shake Rattle ‘n’ Roll playfully recreates Wolfman Jack’s famous radio broadcast with an all-singing, all-dancing, all-out stage extravaganza.
Audiences will be treated to the most memorable tunes from all the greats: Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Johnny O’Keefe, Bobby Darin, Chuck Berry, Doris Day, Ritchie Valens, Jerry Lee Lewis and so many more.
I caught up with Producer and Director, Adam Dion, to talk about the show and his association in the entertainment industry. Listen below.
Photo Nicole Cleary.
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