Paul Capsis | Addicted To The Nightlife
NORPA and Tropical Fruits presents
Mr Capsis is a one man protest. He will not give up his right to inhabit the night with songs, with rocking out, with being a total full-on rock Queen!
The night belongs to all of us… come celebrate this right with a night of exploring the delicious music of Patti Smith, Skyhooks, Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Judy Garland, Billie Holiday, Ike and Tina Turner, Doris Day, Thelma Houston and many more…
This is a blast-off cabaret, to let go and say goodbye to a challenging year!!! Woo Hoo!!!!!
“Paul Capsis really is a king.”
“Cabaret of the highest order.”
The West Australian
an evening with our friends at tropical fruits – thursday 29 december
Thursday’s performances is part of the Tropical Fruits New Years Eve Festival 2016, with the Tropical Fruits Street Parade finishing at Lismore City Hall and the official Festival Opening Soiree from 5pm.
Join us for drag performances by local identities, MCed by Maude Pearl Boate and a Welcome to Country by Destiny Haz Arrived, DJs, Coopers bar, stalls and outdoor diner from 5pm – 8pm.
bar and diner
The Bank Cafe Diner will be open from 5pm on Thursday 29 December and 6pm on Friday 30 December. They will be offering main meals, share plates and desserts. (There will always be vegetarian and gluten free options available). The seasonal menu will be confirmed one week before the performance date.
Lismore City Hall has indoor and outdoor dining options.
Our licensed bar will be open from 5pm on Thursday 29 December and 6pm on Friday 30 December, and also during and after the show. Drinks purchased from the bar are permitted inside the theatre. Sorry, no BYO.
Early Bird*/Tropical Fruits members $45
*Early Bird finish Thursday 1 December 2016
Allocated seating (numbered seats).
Please note there is a $3.30 booking fee per transaction (not per ticket) for all ticket purchases.
Recommended for ages 18+
55 minutes (no interval)
Watch a little of Paul Capsis Feeling Good Live at the Spiegeltent in 2011
and with Conchita at Sydney Opera House earlier this year