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Sweet dreams are made of this.

An evening of Annie Lennox’s iconic music in an intimate spectacle of pure theatrical escapism… At Jetty Memorial Theatre Saturday 17th February 7.30pm

Chris Burgess (‘Do You Hear The People Sing’, ‘Meow Meow’s Pandemonium’) stars in a thrilling hour of lamenting angels and outspoken housewives. Fabulous costume changes, gorgeous reimaginings of classic hits, and heavenly rock-star vocals, this hour-long tribute to Lennox and her rebellious artistry is a must see.

“enraptured from start to finish” – Fourth Wall Media ‘23

“An entertainer extraordinaire” – The Blurb ‘21

“The most well-deserved applause of the festival” – Australian Arts Review ‘21

‘LENNOX’ plunges into the anthemic songs of Annie Lennox and the Eurythmics, reviving her lyrics with poetic nuance and theatricality as if hearing them for the first time. Featuring hit songs ‘Walking On Broken Glass’, ‘Why’, ‘Here Comes The Rain Again’ and more, Burgess’ tour de force performance is bound to leave you transfixed and transformed…

This NSW/QLD debut follows a SOLD-OUT SEASON for Melbourne Cabaret Festival 2021 and ‘BEST OF FRINGE WEEKLY AWARD WINNER’ in Perth 2023

LENNOX: Legend In My Living Room

Saturday 17th February 7.30pm
Jetty Memorial Theatre , 337 Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour
Tickets available at Jetty Memorial Theatre website.

Chris Burgess is a Naarm/Melbourne based cabaret artiste, mindfulness meditation and yoga teacher, and event MC. A graduate from VCA Music Theatre with Honours, Chris has performed with Meow Meow and the MSO at Hamer Hall in ‘Meow Meow’s Pandemonium’, featured in Finucane and Smiths 2022 touring production of ‘Dance Hall’, and toured nationally in Boublil and Schönberg’s ‘Do You Hear The People Sing’ which played at Sydney Opera House.




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