Drummer Queens

New Venues Announced for Australian Tour of ‘Drummer Queens’

Get ready to dance to the beat of the ‘Drummer Queens’, with brand new shows announced for venues across Australia.

Following on from the hugely successful Sydney season, these world-class percussionists will deliver a live music experience like never seen before.

Audiences were amazed by the powerfully irresistible rhythms of this remarkable all-female cast, in awe of their skill and inspired by the joy and energy of this game-changing theatrical production.

In addition to Melbourne and Brisbane, the Queens are bringing this must-see original Australian theatrical experience to Wollongong, Perth, Albany, Mandurah, Bunbury, Canberra and Adelaide.

Drummer Queens
Stef Furnari in ‘Drummer Queens’. Photography David Hooley.

‘Drummer Queens’ delivers a brilliant blend of movement and rhythm, with a huge variety of rhythmic styles that are irresistible and powerfully inspirational. This s not-to-bemissed experience, is a culmination of girl power and music.

Described as “a non-conventional, loud, high energy, and stimulating night out at the theatre,” (City Hub), ‘Drummer Queens’ is created and composed by Joe Accaria, with creative direction by Nigel Turner-Carroll and choreography by Peta Anderson.

The extraordinary Australian cast includes Georgia Anderson, Peta Anderson, Stef Furnari, Niki Johnson, Salina Myat, Lisa Purmodh, Claudia Wherry and Ned Wu, with Sasha Lian Diaz and Astrid Holz as swing performers.

Don’t miss your chance to live loud with this banging night out.

For more information, visit the ‘Drummer Queens’ website

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‘Drummer Queens’ 2021 Australian Tour Details
  • Melbourne at Venue Comedy Theatre
    Season 28 April – 8 May 2021
  • Brisbane at Venue Lyric Theatre, QPAC
    Season 11-16 May 2021
  • Wollongong at Illawarra Performing Arts Centre
    Season 8-11 June 2021
  • Perth at Crown Theatre
    Season 15-17 June 2021
  • Albany at Albany Entertainment Centre
    Season Saturday 19 June 2021
  • Mandurah at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
    Season Wednesday 23 June 2021
  • Bunbury at Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
    Season Thursday 24 June 2021
  • Canberra at Canberra Theatre Centre
    Season 30 June – 3 July 2021
  • Adelaide at Dunstan Playhouse
    Season 8 – 19 September 2021

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