Warney Uncut

Larrikin? Legend? Questionable character? Either way, it’s a chance to see Shane Warne as you’ve never seen him before.

For one night only on Thursday, April, can you can hear first hand the ‘truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth’ straight from the Warney’s mouth at the legendary Sydney Opera House. 

Australian cricketer Shane Warne – widely considered the greatest spin bowler that has ever played the game – has been making headlines for 25 years. Some good, some not so good. Some downright bad. 

In this live nationwide tour Warney will tell the real story behind the headlines, the real truth behind the tweets. He'll duck no issue, and answer any question so that the man behind the myths will be revealed.

Regardless of what you may think of the man, former Australian Test cricket player Shane Warne is an unforgettable fixture of Australian sporting culture. 

But his life outside of the pitch has admittedly begun to overshadow what was a brilliant cricketing career. 

The women, the makeovers, the hair advertisements and most recently the controversy around his charity – Warney will bare all, holding nothing back, in this evening of revelations and reconciliation with the people who love him. 

Tickets are limited and this will no doubt be a night you won’t forget in a hurry. 

Warney Uncut will take place for one night only at the Sydney Opera House on Thursday, April 20.  

 

 

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