The Fabulous Singlettes

Date :
Saturday, February 17
Doors :
07:00 pm
Venue :
88 Acland Street
Victoria 3182
Tickets :
  • $ 45 (General Admission)
  • $ 35 (General Admission)
  • $ 25 (General Admission)
  • $ 28 (General Admission)
The Fabulous Singlettes

Every night at 7pm Feb 13-17.
THE FABULOUS SINGLETTES perform at MEMO for the first time over FIVE massive shows in February 2018!

Having begun in a former funeral parlour in Sydney’s Taylor Square in 1986 (and knocking audiences dead ever since) this funny, irreverent, high camp trio has made regular TV appearances across the globe and starred in their own BBC and ITV specials.

THE FABULOUS SINGLETTES have sold out shows in London’s West End, Royal Albert Hall, Royal Variety performances, and Wembley Arena; Edinburgh; Hamburg; Vienna; Sydney Festival and Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

Berlin has also adopted the trio as its favourite Australian act, with its major cabaret venues inviting the girls back as the headline act to sell out shows each year over the past decade.

Having performed with the likes of Frank Sinatra, Peter Allen, Tom Jones and Shirley Bassey, THE FABULOUS SINGLETTES neatly exhume the bodies of a glorious era that had most of America’s women performers staggering under the weight of hair-dos and lashings of mascara.

Naomi Eyers (‘As she moved through the crowd singing … four men in my row fainted’ – The Age) Melissa Langton (‘a knock-out voice, impeccable comic timing’ – The Age) and Diane Dixon (‘Powerful, sassyperformer’ – SMH) sing up a storm, plus of course dance moves to die for, frocks galore and beehives that are a triumph of hairspray over gravity.

But it’s the impeccable harmonies and sly, camp humor that have made this mega-girl group a hit all over the world. THE FABULOUS SINGLETTES celebrate the 60s with immaculate covers of the Girl Group era (think The Ronettes, The Supremes, The Chiffons, The Shangri-Las, Dusty Springfield and many more). They combine this with outrageous humour, which sends up the fashions and attitudes of the decade that
changed the world.
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