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Saucy Jack & The Space Vixens

Presented by Phoenix Theatre Inc and Blak Yak Theatre
Book & Lyrics by Charlotte Mann & Michael Fidler
Music by Jonathan Croose & Robin Forrest
Based on original ideas bt Johanna Allitt, Simon Curtis, Charlotte Mann & Michael Fidler
Directed by Lorna Mackie
Choreographed by Nicquelle Rhodes

"Cheers meets Red Dwarf meets Rocky Horror in this tack-tastic naughty show set in a galaxy far, far away...'


As the audience settle back for an evening of cosmic cabaret, all is not well at Saucy Jack’s... The evil shadow of a serial killer looms over the bar; cabaret acts are being killed off one by one, found stabbed by the heel of a sequinned slingback shoe.

The staff at the bar are terrified but their boss, Saucy Jack himself, doesn’t seem that bothered by the threat of murder or the tragic loss of his cabaret acts - he’s more concerned it’ll be bad for business.


We meet and hear the dreams and fears of some of the characters in the bar: down-trodden waitress Booby Shevalle, talented young saxophonist Sammy Sax, willing barman Mitch Maypole and eccentric regular at the bar, Dr. Willhelm von Whackoff.

There is much excitement at the explosive arrival of Chesty Prospects, a plastic smuggling outlaw: there's an eco-war going on in this part of the galaxy and fashionable fabrics like bubble-wrap have been made illegal. Chesty charms the bar, talks business with Jack and heralds the arrival of The Space Vixens who hit the ground singing their dance anthem 'Glitter Boots Saved My Life'.

19, 20, 21, 26 & 27 November & 3, 4 & 5 December at 8pm
28 November at 7pm and 12 midnight
*Doors open half an hour prior to curtain up

$25 Adult $20 Con +tf

Cabaret style with tables of 4, 6 & 8 available

Memorial Hall – 435 Carrington Street, Hamilton Hill WA 6163

Phoenix Theatre Committee –

*Show contains haze and flashing light effects

**Phoenix Theatre is a cash only facility

***Cash bar available onsite
****This show is suitable for a mature audience ONLY