What is your event about?
Tea And Timeless Advice is a high camp romp through song, dance and cups of tea that will leave you with hints for life; and the real difference between a woman with a house and a Lady with a Home.
Why are you offering tea and sympathy?
Direct from a successful season in London, I always find that people all over the world love to have a singalong and a good laugh. Cabaret allows the audience into this world through both of these.
What are you looking forward to seeing in the festival?
Prodigal, a new Australian musical. It is so important that we encourage music and plays that are for us as a nation.
What’s your favourite Mardi Gras memory?
Oh dear, there are so many (wink). It would have to be having my own Bowling Ladies float with some of my dear friends in the 2003 Mardi Gras.
What does Mardi Gras mean to you?
Mardi Gras is a time to remember those who have been and those who are coming, to grow as a community, together.
Aunty Mavis in Tea And Timeless Advice is showing at Kabarett Voltaire at the Seymour Centre on 5, 11 and 12 February. Phone 9351 7940 for bookings.