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BIRDS OF PARADISE: A Comedy Birdlesque! is back by popular demand, and in a new nest at Miami Marketta on Friday 28th & Saturday 29th July.
After selling-out their premier season on the Gold Coast in 2022, Ché Pritchard’s instant hit debut production BIRDS OF PARADISE: A Comedy Birdlesque! are back in 2023, giving even more Gold Coast locals and tourists the chance to swoop in and marvel at the madness! The world-class, multi-skilled and clucking amazing cast will be dazzling audiences with their spectacular and hilarious displays at their new nest Miami Marketta on Friday 28th & Saturday 29th July!
There’s no need to brave the depths of the Amazon to peek at the mating rituals of the more traditional ‘birds of paradise’, when we have our own spectacular (albeit quirky) ‘Birds of Surfers Paradise’ right here. This show will have you laughing like a kookie in a gumtree… happy as an ibis at the tip.. excited as a pigeon at maccas.. ok ok you get it. We know them and their antics well, but never have we seen them quite like this. Don’t be surprised if they pluck themselves on stage, steal your hot chips, or have you ducking for cover under your seats. So grab a perch and hold on tight as these avian locals show off their plumage and put on an outrageous display that you’ll be chirping about for weeks.
In a career spanning the last 2 decades and across multiple continents, Ché has been a Performer, Choreographer, Director and Creative Consultant for countless shows both in theaters and on screen. Based on the Gold Coast, Ché has a knack for seamlessly traversing across a variety of performance settings, genres and artforms. From circus to street dance, corporate entertainment to cabaret, Ché is enjoying this dip into the juicy world of Burlesque with his own creation, BIRDS OF PARADISE: A Comedy Birdlesque!
23 Hillcrest Parade, Miami QLD 4220, Australia
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
Destination Gold Coast acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout Southeast Queensland.