MOW PictogramThe Spooky Men of the West are now the Men of the West.  Yes, we have changed our name.  The reasons are too mysterious to explain, although if you happen to see a Man of the West and ask him nicely, he may whisper something into your shell-like ear.  But don’t believe anything he says.  The “act” will continue with elements of old and new as it would have done in the normal course of evolution.  The Men are still individually and collectively as spooky as they were before.  There is one thing that absolutely has not changed – we are definitely Not a Men’s Group!

The Spooky Men of the West will joint the Choir of Hard Knocks in Cannington on the 11th March.

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The Spooky Men adopt a laid-back approach to their Perth Fringe show

From the review by Annie Teh published in The West Australian, February 19, 2016.

“… the Spooky Men of the West have proved once again why they are beloved by their fans in WA. Delivering unique and gut-splitting lyrics with a straight face and brilliant acting, the group are a great example of home-grown talent with an indisputable track record of making you laugh. Man-laugh while riding a horse and chasing a mastodon, that is …”

SMOW 10th Anniversary CelebrationsThe Spooky Men of the West will present their show Secrets of Mansinging at the Perth Fringe Festival on six consecutive nights this coming February

Dates: Tuesday 16 to Sunday 21 February
Venue: TEATRO 1, the Pleasure Garden, James Street, Northbridge
Time: 5:15 – 6:05 each evening

Go to the Fringe World website for tickets and more details
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Want to know about the secrets of mansinging? For a sneak preview into the mysteries, see this gallery.

See a review of the show here.

Flyer for Camelot gig 13 Nov 2015The Spooky Men of the West, supported by the Mighty Camelot Choir, will perform in the comfort of the Camelot Theatre in Mosman Park.

Date: Friday 13th November
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Camelot Theatre, corner Lochee and Solomon Streets, Mosman Park.
Tickets: $25, concession $20, kids $10

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