The ‘Rhythm of Life’ of Jason Coleman hits Cabaret Cathedral
Located at Coleman Park on the ever-popular foreshore, the Cabaret Cathedral is a state-of-the-art urban theatre space, built exclusively for another Jason Coleman premiere event.
Jason and his crew will treat the coastal community to an extravagant and unforgettable experience – the age-old art form of cabaret, set in a captivating and modernised venue.
Created entirely from repurposed shipping containers, the theatre is a world-first. Custom-engineered, four level theatre to accommodate 280 people.
Designed by Jason and his team of talented artisans, the concept was derived from his desire to move away from ‘traditional’ theatres and provide a unique, fully transportable space that can bring the magic of live performance to the people.
The carefully chosen name Cabaret Cathedral came from Jason’s combined love of cabaret, art and contrast.
Having successfully built ‘Jason Coleman’s Ministry of Dance’, the largest dance enterprise in the world, Jason can now add ‘Cabaret Cathedral’ to his impressive list of accomplishments and world firsts.
Jason Coleman’s The Rhythm of Life is the epitome of world-class cabaret. Stylish, surprising and sophisticated, it stars Jason and an incredible international cast, including Jayme-Lee Hanekom (The Color Purple) and Mike Snell (Legally Blonde, Saturday Night Fever), in a lavish collection of cabaret, circus, dancing and singing.
Opening on December 10, 2016 and running until January 28, 2017 at Cabaret Cathedral, located at 1380 Point Nepean Rd, Rosebud.
Show times: Tuesday-Sunday evenings at 6.30pm and 9pm.*
Meanwhile, Jason’s The Humanimals is an epic all-human animal experience for the whole family to enjoy. Running from December 29-January 29 on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday’s at 11am and 1pm*
Tickets will be available at www.stickytickets.com.au
For more information visit www.cabaretcathedral.com
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(*subject to scheduling)
Photo credit: Belinda Strodder