Jason Coleman brings world first urban theatre to Rye

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FOLLOWING on from the outrageously successful season of Jason Coleman’s Spiegelicious and Animalastic in Sorrento, The Ministry of Entertainment proudly presents “Jason Coleman’s Razzle Dazzle” and “The Humanimals” performed exclusively in the Cabaret Cathedral in Rye.

The Peninsula’s own Jason Coleman has returned to where he grew up, after purchasing a property in Rye a year ago.

With so many accolades to his name, having choreographed Christine Anu, Tina Arena, Sheena Easton, and the opening ceremony for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games to name a few, Coleman is delighted to be bringing world class theatre to the peninsula, once again.

“I’m absolutely stoked to bring this incredible venue to Rye.  The custom engineered and fully transportable theatre is constructed from repurposed shipping containers, however once inside the bespoke baroque interior will blow your mind! Created to look like a French palace, with Victorian architecture on the outside, combined with a plush red and gold interior, results in the perfect setting for our new cabaret show.  And, you will have no idea you are surround by containers! Coleman said.

Tickets are on sale this week for the two shows, which Coleman has created.

“Be prepared for a surprising, stylish and sophisticated cabaret experience staring Wayne Scott Kermond and myself, sharing the stage with 12 other world class performers he said.

Located adjacent to the Rye Carnival Site (Cnr Dundas Street & Point Nepean Road, Rye) on the ever popular foreshore, the Cabaret Cathedral will provide a state of the art, purpose built urban theatre space, exclusively for these two Jason Coleman premiere events.

“The wonderful thing about this theatre is the size and ambience, it is the first time the Peninsula will have a proper theatre experience right on their doorstep.

Christened ‘Cabaret Catherdral’, the carefully chosen name came from Jason’s combined love of cabaret, art and contrast.  Owner of the largest dance enterprise in the world, Jason Coleman’s Ministry of Dance, Jason has added the Cabaret Cathedral to his impressive list of world firsts.

Cabaret Cathedral is adjacent to the Rye Carnival Site, corner Dundas Street and Point Nepean Road, Rye.

TICKETS – www.stickytickets.com.au

FACEBOOK – www.facebook.com/cabaretcathedral

Credit Belinda Strodder Photography

First published in the Southern Peninsula News – 3 November 2015

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