Queen Beaver presents Beavers Behaving Badly

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Entertaining queers for 25 years!

A financial advisor, a university lecturer and an actor walk into a bar... pick up their instruments and start playing. This is Queen Beaver, a queer band of ladies ‘singing songs and telling jokes in a nightclub’ since 1996.

Beavers Behaving Badly is the Queen Beaver’s brand-new show, following such hits as Beaver Las Vegas (Melbourne Fringe) and Singalong with Queen Beaver – Everyone’s a Diva! (Darebin Music Feast). In Beavers Behaving Badly, Queen Beaver unleash the result of sporadic practices between lockdowns and bring you a new repertoire of songs celebrating bad behaviour.
  • Michelle Brisbane (‘Boss Beaver’) is known for shredding guitar in bands The Houndlings, The Sharons, Nice Girls Don’t Spit and The Woo Band as well has running her own ethical financial advice company.
  • Stayci Taylor (‘Dr Beaver’) is responsible for ukulele, silly banter and crimes against the tambourine, and is a screenwriting lecturer at RMIT.
  • Lucy Schmidt (‘Baby Beaver’) brings the banging lead vocals following a career of over 30 professional stage shows and roles in film and television.

Queen Beaver have been entertaining queers for twenty-five years, and their brand of loose joy is the perfect tonic in challenging times. Known for bent covers, twisted originals and comic banter, Queen Beaver has entertained our communities from Northcote to Nevada - come join the party for one night only!

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"The real stars of Chill Out, Daylesford are the awesome Queen Beaver!"
— Paulie ‘Painters and Dockers’ Stewart (Twitter)
"Trio has wow factor"
— Northcote Leader

Image 1, 3, 4 and 5 by Peter Cahill / Image 2 by Sean Coyle

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Dates & Times

WHEN Thu 10 Feb 8pm
DURATION 1hr 30m

Tickets

FULL $20.00
CONC $15.00
3-SHOW PKG 10% off all 3 eligible shows
EARLY BIRD 15% off if purchased prior to 13 December

Location

303

303 High St, Northcote

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Train

Mernda line to Northcote

Tram

86 to stop 32

Event notes

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WARNINGS

Coarse language, Reference to drug use
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