Festival favourites in WA for more than a decade, Men of The West now entertaining you at Clancys Fish Pub in Fremantle, 51 Cantonment Street
– August 13
– September 10
– October 8
Join the Men and sing songs such as Delilah and Dancing Queen, through topics ranging from barbecue recipes to the intricacies of understanding social media, from fiddle to power tools, beards and asking the question, “Am I not pretty enough?”
Part pointless grandeur, part theatre, part sing-a-long with a 14-strong group of strangely be-hatted men dressed in black.
With humour mixed with some fine strong harmonies, it’s time for you to realise your expectations of joining a male choir.
Devilishly handsome and dangerously good, the mysterious male choir Men Of The West are sure to be a must-see event at this year’s Denmark Festival of Voice.
The Men of the West return to Customs House Fremantle with a sumptuous program to resonate in this historic building for the Fremantle Heritage Festival.
Festival favourites in WA for more than a decade, and after successful seasons at Fringe World and sell-out shows at the Fly By Night Musicians Club, the Men, black and be-hatted, are here to amuse Fremantle with a manbag full of entertainment; self-deprecating humour mixed with poignancy, subtle theatre, and some fine strong harmonies.
Fremantle Customs House
8 Phillimore Street, Fremantle, WA 6160
Tickets from trybooking
THE REAL SING and the MEN OF THE WEST – Sweet Sweet Music
7:30 Friday May 18 and Saturday May 19 – The Old Mill Theatre, South Perth
For the first time these two well-loved choirs come together to sing, each in their own inimitable style.
The full, cheerful harmonies of The Real Sing and the posturing manliness of the Men of the West promise to provide an evening of entertainment and amusement to split sides and warm cockles.
Between Friday 18 May 2018 and Saturday 19 May 2018
The Old Mill Theatre, South Perth
Corner of Mends St and Mill Point Rd, South Perth, WA 6151
Tickets from trybooking
17&18 February 6:45 pm
Circus Theatre at Fringe Central
Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge
Part pompous parade, part intricate lecture, part stand-off. Come and witness a 18-strong line of men sing about what it takes to build a man. From concrete to power tools, recipes to beards and perhaps back to tools again. With humour mixed with poignancy, subtle theatre, and some fine strong harmonies, it’s time to extend your expectations of a male choir. Ancient Georgian folksongs, curious Stephen Taberner originals and their unexpected versions of well-known favourites are all found in the repertoire. Festival favourites in WA for more than a decade, and after two successful seasons at FRINGE WORLD 2016 & 2017, the Men are back to entertain you, black and be-hatted, with a new manbag full of goodies.