Tom Sharah in That 90s Show
Address: 12 Little Chapel Street, Prahran
Date: 10 August 2014
Ticket: Full $39, Concession $35 (+ transaction fee)
Buy / Ticket: http://chapeloffchapel.com.au/ticket-sales
After opening to rave reviews and sell out shows in Sydney, One-Eyed Man productions brings That 90s Show, starring Tom Sharah to Melbourne playing at Chapel off Chapel on Sunday, 10 August 2014. You CAN feel the love tonight! From the Backstreet Boys to the Spice Girls, Bill & Ted to Romy& Michelle - the 1990s was a decade of big pants and tight dance moves. It was also the decade that nurtured and formed award-winning cabaret star Tom Sharah, who brings his tight pants and big dance moves to this totally bodacious night of cabaret. “I am a 90's kid through and through and have long wanted to do a show that delved back into that era, but it always felt a bit too soon. Now, the 90's are well and truly a "vintage" that we can look back on and reminisce about. I'm so excited to remember and celebrate the fashions, the movies, the headlines, my personal memories and, of course, first and foremost - the music. It's going to be as much fun as you can have with your pants on," said Tom Sharah.
Tom Sharah- Que Sera Sharah, It’s Raining Me, Takes the audience on a ride through the decade that created him - with guilty-pleasure songs -minus the guilt, and outrageous childhood stories in his own unmistakable style. Tom Sharah won the Sydney Cabaret Showcase in 2009, and has since toured his smash-hit one-man shows across the country. After coming to wider national attention as a star finalist on the primetime Channel Ten series I Will Survive in 2012, Tom has become a regular contributor to Channel Nine’s Mornings. Most recently, Tom performed the role of Aldolpho in Squabbalogic's production of The Drowsy Chaperone at Hayes Theatre Co. His podcast I Love It But I Hate It But I Love It... with Tom Sharah receives thousands of iTunes downloads every week. A big voice, a bubbling sense of humour, natural on-stage charm and good looks - Sydney Morning Herald Sharah's voice deserves comparisons to angels, the heavenly host and all those other divine cliches. - Stage Whispers