Veterans Max Cullen and Warren Fahey have co-written a new play which finds Australia’s two literary bards, Henry Lawson (Max) and Banjo Paterson (Warren), seated in the Leviticus Bar & Grill, Heaven’s Gate, where they are discussing their legacies, their famed War of Words in The Bulletin - and generally bantering about life.
They sing, recite and take their audience on a wild and rollicking ride.
Max Cullen has an illustrious career as an actor - everything from ‘The Flying Doctor’ to the recent ‘Gatsby’. He is the ideal Lawson to Warren’s Banjo.
More info at the Dead Men Talking web site.
N.B. The 3pm performance is booked out. There are still a few seats left for the 7pm performance.
“Cullen and Fahey’s ‘Dead Men Talking’ is a lively banter between our two best-loved dreamers and poets. They bring the two legends to the centre stage in a way that evokes a different Australia. A wonderful experience full of humour, warmth and friendly, nostalgic yarning.”