• Liz Skitch

  • Wrong Town

  • Poppy Cherry

  • Liz Skitch
  • Wrong Town
  • Poppy Cherry

What’s On

Pick of the Fringe Moulin Beige

Tuesday 4th September

Pick of the Fringe Moulin Beige features this town’s most celebrated experimental comedians giving us a sneak peak of their up and coming Melbourne Fringe Seasons.    Enjoy a scrumptious meal by the fireplace while you take in the show.

 

FISH & TWINER’s BAIT SHOP

Anarchic queer mischief makers

 ‘Flawlessly executed physical comedy’ – Stage Whispers

SEL JENKINS

Award Winning Musical Comic

‘Tour de force’ –  Indianapolis Performing Arts Examiner

TELIA NEVILE

Melbourne’s self-proclaimed Poet Laureate

‘Gloriously smart and so full of heart’ – The Age

ANGELA FOUHY

Manic Clown NZ

‘Doesn’t miss a beat’ – Theatreview

LULU LAMARR

Cabaret Star

‘One of Southern Tasmania’s greats’ – Derwent Valley Gazette

  

ANNIE LOUEY

Stand Up Queen

‘Relatable and charming’ – Fringe Feed

 

Show starts 7.30pm. Tickets $15 Concession, $20 Full Price or try the $30 show and meal deal.

Bookings essential http://www.trybooking.com/DDEB  

@ The Wesley Anne, 250 High St, Northcote.

LINKS:

http://www.wesleyanne.com.au/

https://www.facebook.com/themoulinbeige

Bookings

Book your ticket to the monthly MOULIN BEIGE, hire our cabaret to come to your FESTIVAL or EVENT or contact us for more info.

Review

AUSTRALIAN STAGE

Written by Liza Dezfouli

Wed 10th Sep, 2014

Moulin Beige, comic and accordion player Liz Skitch’s monthly vaudeville show at the Wesley Ann in Northcote, is a delightfully entertaining taster of live comic performance, and a good way to find out what’s coming up in the Fringe or Comedy festivals.

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About

Paris is home to The Moulin Rouge but Melbourne prefers her cheeky little sister, The Moulin Beige. Blending stand up comedy, cabaret and variety this old school vaudeville night will leave you feeling delightfully entertained.

“Expect the Unexpected” Herald Sun