Club Swizzle at the Sydney Opera House

A night of adults-only entertainment that crosses the boundary between circus, cabaret and kink circuit… That’s Club Swizzle.

By Benjamen Judd

Because not all fun is aimed for kids, the good people behind recent smash events La Clique and La Soirée have created Club Swizzle – a cocktail-fueled cabaret hosted by the talented MC Murray Hill. 

Taking over the Studio at the Sydney Opera House, Club Swizzle is a wonderful mixture of acrobatics, music and a touch of cheeky sass. 

The deftly dextrous Swizzle Boys will be mixing the magic up behind the bar while the house band Mikey and the Nightcaps provide finger-snapping tunes to tap your toe along to. They will joined by a shining line-up of cabaret sweethearts hand-picked from around the world.

With the bar serving as centre-stage, no two nights are the same. All refreshments are accompanied by fast talking, swift thinking, mad capped jubilation. There's a spritz of glamour and scintillation, a free-pour of good humour and a little kick of satire guaranteed to refresh the palette.  

Club Swizzle will be showing at the Sydney Opera House until January 29. To organise tickets, chat to our friendly concierge team. Or head to the Sydney Opera House website. 

A final note from the MC of Club Swizzle themselves: “Every night is a big night at Club Swizzle. I'll have my tuxedo on no matter what and I'd love it if you jazzed it up too. It's a party, a night to impress, so look your best. See you at the bar!”

sydneyoperahouse.com

 

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