Musical comedy act Tripod will headline a new Geelong live-streaming series, which continues in June after reaching audiences in “Tokyo, Auckland, France and the UK” in May.
The series exceeded expectations in its debut month by going international, Geelong Arts Centre chief executive officer Joel McGuinness said.
“We want to continue this momentum and deliver even more exciting digital content through June and, hopefully, well into the future.”
Another musical comedian, Gillian Cosgriff, kicks off the series for June with night of tunes in Sofa So Good.
Cosgriff has written songs for ten years and most recently played Moaning Myrtle in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Former Young Diva and Australian Idol runner-up Emily Williams will keep the music playing on June 12 when she belts out some of the most recognisable hits of the past half-century.
On June 19 cabaret duo Melissa Langton and Mark Jones will strut onstage in sequin boots for a disco-infused celebration of the “best and the worst” of the ’70s.
And on June 25 Tripod’s Scod, Yon and Gatesy will play their signature three-part harmonies.
From three blokes singing silly songs in pubs, to three blokes singing silly songs in concert, the trio has entertained Aussies for decades.
More information: geelongartscentre.org.au