The Wharf Revue: Pride In Prejudice Opens This Week

by | Nov 8, 2023

The Wharf Revue is back for another year of sensational value, opening on Wednesday 8 November at the York Theatre, Seymour Centre! Satirical content is up by 7% and the average laughter quotient is indexed at 8.3% over the forward estimates, but The Wharf Revue defies the cost-of-living pressure by keeping the ticket price at the same level as last year! Take that, Phillip Lowe!

Yes, that’s right: today’s comedy at yesterday’s prices! NO deposit, NO interest!

With over twenty-three years’ experience in the political satire space, Australia’s most trusted revue-based practitioners continue the tradition with this year’s hilarious offering: Pride in Prejudice.

With no jokes written by ChatGPT and no sketches outsourced to PWC, completely gluten-free, suitable for the lactose intolerant and no animals were harmed during the production process.*

* Disclaimer: Reputations may be questioned, political careers damaged and some sacred cows slaughtered. Due to public demand, full-frontal nudity will not be included. Any similarity to public figures living or dead is entirely intentional.

Venue:                 Seymour Centre

Season:                From 8 November

Performance Times: Tues-Wed 6:30pm, Thurs-Sat 7:30pm, matinees Wed 1pm, Sat 2pm, Sun 5pm

Price:                     Adults $90, Seniors $80, Concessions $75, Under 30 $50

Bookings:   or (02) 9061 5344


The Wharf Revue: Pride in Prejudice also tours in 2024 to:

Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, Wollongong: January 30 – February 3

The Pavilion, Sutherland: February 6 – 7

Capitol Theatre, Tamworth: February 9 – 10

Union Theatre, University of Melbourne, Carlton: February 13 – 24

Cessnock Performing Arts Centre, Cessnock: February 27

Riverside Theatres, Parramatta: February 29 – March 2

Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane: March 5 – 9

The Arts House, Wyong: March 12 – 13

Glen St Theatre, Frenchs Forest: March 14 – 28

Dubbo Regional Theatre: April 3

Civic Theatre Newcastle: April 5-6

Adelaide Festival Centre: April 8 – 13

The Glasshouse, Port Macquarie: April 16 – 17

Orange Civic Theatre: April 19 – 20

The Round, Nunawading: April 23 – 24

The Joan, Penrith: May 2 – 4

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