The last SHACK performance for the year is Saturday, 7th December.
7:30 - late


and we are delighted to present



In a circus of comedy, music and magic, Mic Conway and Robbie Long present an hilarious array of idiosyncratic songs that will make your jaw drop, toes tap and sides split.  Audiences who know Mic from his days with "Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band" and Circus Oz will be delighted by this incarnation: Mic as storyteller of tall tales and true. There are new songs and some oldies close to Conway's heart. He croons "It’s Only a Paper Moon" and a heart-breaking version of "Mad World", dispenses good advice in "Never Bite a Married Woman on the Thigh" and revisits Captain Matchbox classic "My Canary Has Circles Under His Eyes" and Tom Lehrer's "Masochism Tango".  There's magic, juggling, cavorting and that trademark tongue-in-cheek sense of humour. Stripped back, irreverent, and shameless... it's surreal vaudeville for crooning and swooning. Unforgettable!

Check out Mic and Robbie in action here.

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An all female band from Sydney, coining their heartfelt brand of Americana Country Pop.

Armed with several layers of heavenly vocal harmonies, the 7 women that are Big Sky Mountain combine melody driven guitars with a flourish of trumpet, giving their songs a gritty yet vulnerable touch, enticing audiences with their charming live shows. 

Listen to their recent single 'Cover My Tracks' here.

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Traditional Graffiti is the multi-faceted roots music experience that evolved out of Australia’s ever-popular gang of ex-pats, ‘The Wheeze & Suck Band’.

Ian ‘The Pump’ Macintosh (melodeon, guitar, harp), John ‘Red Tips’ Milce (percussion and japes ie: he hits things hard!) & Nigel ‘Muddy’ Waters (mandolin, cello mandolin, harp & guitar) continue their unique readings of British-based traditional, ceremonial and contemporary folk material, but now embrace both the strong Australasian and North American influences that have influenced their lives over the years. 

The warmth and humour associated with the Wheezers continues; as does the band’s determination to contribute new material and an original approach to the roots/folk scene. Expect to sing along with the ‘Trads’.  

For more, look them up on facebook or here


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7:30 - late

The Narrabeen TRAMSHED
Lakeview Hall
1395a Pittwater Rd