Bradley McCaw – Back at the Piano

Event Description

Returning to the QCF for a one night only intimate performance, critically acclaimed entertainer Bradley McCaw will share stories from his award winning career in pop music, theatre and comedy, in this brand new show.

Showcasing music from his upcoming major studio recording release WORRIED MINDS, and his extensive catalogue of musical theatre works including the recent Queensland smash hit BECOMING BILL that “will surely make history in Australian musical theatre” (Theatre Haus), this will be a unique one night only event never to be repeated.

“Great future ahead of him, not only as a superb vocalist but also with excellent writing talent”
Musical Theatre Review UK

“The music and lyrics are of a glittering standard that deserves worldwide recognition, particularly in the more humorous pieces…. a tantalising promise of the musical it could become.”
Arts Hub

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Sunday October 18

7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

The Old Museum

Venue

The Old Museum

480 Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills, Queensland 4006

(+61)7 32574089

https://www.oldmuseum.org

General Admission – Cabaret Table Seating only
Doors open 30 minutes prior to show start time
COVID-Safe restrictions in place
Licensed Bar available in the venue

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