Meow Meow's Pandemonium
This international showstopper is about to tip the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra on its head.
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If you've ever seen a live orchestra performance, you'll know just how powerful it can be — and sometimes so much so that you worry your glass of vino will spill. It's an experience to say the least.
Whether you're a regular orchestra attendee or just keen to experience that level of energy on stage, you'll want to check out the fantastically chaotic Meow's Meow's Pandemonium at Hamer Hall.
On Friday, May 21 and Saturday, May 22, international siren and comedian Meow Meow is joining the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ben Northey, for two nights of musical mayhem. Not sure what to expect? There'll be renditions of songs by the likes of Piazzolla, Weill, Brecht and Radiohead, as well as some originals by Meow Meow herself, who'll be performing in a number of dazzling outfits. You can bet you'll be in stitches, too.
Head here to get your paws on some tickets.