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Wed, 05 Aug


Claire's Kitchen at le Salon

Claire's pop up petit cabaret presents Phil Scott (1)


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Claire's pop up petit cabaret presents Phil Scott (1)
Claire's pop up petit cabaret presents Phil Scott (1)

Time & Location

05 Aug 2020, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Claire's Kitchen at le Salon, 35 Oxford St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia

About the event

3 course dinner and 2 twenty minutes live sets

Comedian/singer/pianist Phil Scott is delighted to return to Claire's Kitchen for a pop-up cabaret of old standards, a parody or two, and a bit of a turn on the keys. One of the stars of the Wharf Revue, Phil has long been known for his cabaret stylings and witty repartee, as well as his amazing piano skills.

A touch of coronavirus is not going to stop him, and he promises to go back into home isolation straight afterwards.

Phillip Scott is a writer/actor/composer/pianist, best known for the Sydney Theatre Company's annual Wharf Revues. His cabarets include the award-winning solo show "Reviewing the Situation", "Mario" (with Blake Bowden), "Newley Discovered" (with Hugh Sheridan), and "No Cabaret for Old Men" (with Jonathan Biggins). He worked with director Ted Robinson on many ABC TV series including "The Gillies Report", "The Big Gig" and "Good News Week".

Phil co-wrote and composed the musicals "Safety in Numbers" and "The Republic of Myopia", and wrote the score and lyrics for Monkeybaa Theatre's childrens' shows including "Pete the Sheep" and "Josephine Wants to Dance".

With Trevor Ashley he co-wrote the adult pantos "Fat Swan", "Little Orphan Trashley", "The Bodybag", and "The Lyin' Queen".

Phil recently played Dr. Pangloss and Narrator in Leonard Bernstein's "Candide" at the Sydney Opera House, and was Musical Director/Arranger of "Torch Song Trilogy" for the Darlinghurst Theatre Company.

With Catherine Alcorn, he appeared last year at the Hayes Theatre in "30 Something", set on New Year's Eve 1939.

Phil has published four novels, and is also a music reviewer for Limelight magazine.

The cabaret room capacity is now only 30 guests to adhere to the Covid 19 personal distancing rules

Anyone entering the premises must provide their name and contact details, including a telephone number or email address.

All reasonable steps are being taken to mitigate against the risk of transmission of infection within the venue (with reference to standard and additional cleaning measures as recommended by public health authorities and SafeWork NSW).

If you are exhibiting any flu-like symptoms, please stay home.


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