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Uni Revue’s ‘Rockliff Horror (S#*t) Show’ won’t hold back when it hits theatres

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The 2024 Uni Revue cast outside Parliament House in Hobart. Image / Pulse

The Uni Revue is promising not to hold back when its 2024 edition, aptly named ‘The Rockliff Horror (S#*t) Show’, hits theatres next month.

The annual Tasmanian tradition is set to offer a satirical take on the state’s biggest controversies, infused with Rocky Horror flavour.


“Each year we aim to present a uniquely Tasmanian song and dance comedy show with a strong political bent,” show Director Tai Gardner said.

He said the show will feature politicians causing mayhem, with ‘appearances’ from Rebecca White, Louise Elliot and others.

Show Director Tai Gardner. Image / WIN News

“We’ve got all the normal sketches, news and game shows and all the things that audiences would expect from the revue, but with a bit of Rocky Horror fun,” he said.

The show will star ‘ Jazza and Bazza’, the parody version of Rocky Horror’s Brad and Janet, as they explore parliament and interact with politicians.

This year’s Uni Revue will perform in Hobart and Launceston. Image / Stock

The year’s cast is fundraising for Cancer Council Tasmania, who aim to support research, prevention and care services for those battling the disease in the state.

Uni Revue #77 will premiere at Hobart’s Theatre Royal from May 10 to 25, followed by a limited run at Launceston’s Princess Theatre from May 29 to June 1.


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