A Salvador Dinosaur and Critical Stages Production presents Otto & Astrid in Eurosmash

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The award-winning post-punk musical cabaret comedy sensation Otto & Astrid are bringing Eurosmash to council's Lake Kawana Community Centre for one night only on Saturday, May 26.

Fans of Spinal Tap and Flight of the Conchords, say hello to your new favourite band. Otto & Astrid are Die Roten Punkte ('The Red Dots').

Orphaned as kids, the brother and sister duo found shelter in a Berlin squat and never rockin' well looked back.

Eurosmash packs the best and worst of Eurovision into one night of warped and riotous entertainment.

In this, Otto & Astrid's latest show, the dysfunctional siblings are ready for mainstream chart success.

It's a tough choice between dancing and laughin as this duo kick out some mother smashing jams.

An Otto & Astrid gig is a wild rock 'n' roll cabaret ride, full of hilarious, truly catchy and award-winning songs, constantly interrupted by the squabbling of the dysfunctional siblings. It's one of the most irreverent and funny gigs you are ever likely to see.

Otto & Astrid recently opened for Amanda Palmer and The Grand Theft Orchestra in Europe, Australia and USA, and Eurosmash played to huge acclaim in the 2017 Sydney Festival.

Following sold out shows in Edinburgh, Montreal, New York and Dublin, Otto & Astrid will be stopping by Lake Kawana Community Centre with one of the most irreverent and funny gigs you are ever likely to see.

The duration of this production is 70 minutes (without an interval) and is not suitable for audiences under 15 due to coarse language and adult themes.
 
Enjoy cabaret style seating at $35 for adults, $32 for concessions, $32 for groups of six or more, $29 for people under the age 26. Add a delicious cheese platter for two for just $15.
 
For individual or group bookings and ticket sales, please call Lake Kawana Community Centre on 5413 1400 or visit www.scvenuesandevents.com.au.

Reviews

★★★★★ Otto and Astrid take rock to a new level with this wild cabaret – Herald Sun, Melbourne

★★★★ Intensely funny - The Age, Melbourne

★★★★ Too much fun. Pitch perfect pop parodyThe Scotsman

Winner Melbourne Green Room Awards for Best Cabaret Production 2015

Winner Most Outstanding Show London Fringe 2015
Winner Best Comedy Montreal & Victoria Fringe 2010
Winner Best Comedy, Montreal Fringe 2008.

 
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