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REVIEW: The Wharf Revue – Can of Worms

After more than two decades of providing Australia’s annual dose of satirical laughs, the boys, aided and abetted by the fabulous Amanda Bishop, are back with their revue called Can Of Worms. Again, Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phil Scott present their yearly assessment of Australian and international politics and political leaders. As the publicity […]

STC’s The Wharf Revue

Celebrating 15 years and 21 shows of irreverent political satire, the Sydney Theatre Company is putting on a special birthday edition of The Wharf Revue. With humble beginnings, the The Wharf Revue initially began on the set of The Recruit in Sydney’s Wharf Theatre as an adaption of Three Men and a Baby Grand––but is now […]

The Wharf Revue 2014: Open for Business

The Wharf Revue is again 'Open for Business’, as everyone’s favourite lampoonists return for another edition of their trademark anarchic political satire. Now in its fifteenth season and with plenty of political cannon fodder courtesy of our elected representatives, they press on undeterred – not even for a bottle of Grange. "I think that over […]


If the absurdity of the political climate has left Australia in a state of despair, then the latest Wharf Revue provides an excellent remedy to one’s despondency. Written and created by Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott, this singing, dancing extravaganza, features Amanda Bishop, Simon Burke and Andrew Worboys joined by Jonathan Biggins and […]