Cast announced for A VERY NAUGHTY CHRISTMAS Melbourne

by | Nov 13, 2023

Woodward Productions has today announced the talented cast for the Melbourne season of Australia’s favourite adults-only Christmas comedy, A VERY NAUGHTY CHRISTMAS.

Starring as Santa is Tim Paige (MTC’s As You Like It). He will be joined by Kate Yaxley (Animal Farm) and Shay Debney (The Red Light, Mack & Mabel), both of whom are returning to the A Very Naughty Christmas cast following several sell-out seasons in Brisbane.

Also cast in the cheeky and irreverent production are Alexia May Brinsley (Magic Mike Live), Joe Kalou (Hi-5) Jordan Twigg (Billy Elliott, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), Joshua Spiniello and Madeline Pratt.

Playing at the Alex Theatre St Kilda from 7 to 23 December and directed by Alister Smith (Cruel Intentions: The Musical, The Wedding Singer), A Very Naughty Christmas features a live band, eight above-average performers and Christmas classics as you’ve never heard them before.

For those who enjoy a laugh, partial nudity and a mixed playlist from classic carols to modern pop, A VERY NAUGHTY CHRISTMAS is the show that brings on the festive feeling, paired perfectly with a couple of wines or margaritas. Though be warned—you may never hear your favourite carols the same way again…

Avoid those awkward family gatherings, and come and join in the festive fun with Australia’s sexiest carol-ers.

December 7 – 23

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