Australian legendary entertainer Geraldine Turner will be appearing at the Sutherland Entertainment Centre for one night only next month.
She will be appearing in her new show, Turner’s Turn on Friday, December 15.
Turner’s Turn with musical director, Brad Miller, is a celebration of Geraldine’s stage career when spans more than four decades and marks her first cabaret performance in more than ten years.
This intimate evening of songs from her celebrated career, peppered with show business anecdotes and stories, is a rare opportunity to see one of Australia’s most beloved stage performers, up close and personal.
While Geraldine Turner’s roles in various stage musicals including Chicago, Oliver, Call Me Madam and Sweeney Todd established her as an award-winning musical theatre star, she has also won acclaim for her roles in plays such as Steel Magnolias, on television in Home and Away, All Saints and the films including The Wog Boy.
Her extensive recording output includes the first solo Sondheim album.
Geraldine Turner in Turner’s Turn, Sutherland Entertainment Centre, Friday, December 15 at 8pm.
General admission $47, Concession $44, Groups of six or more $39 each.
Booking essential: www.suthentcent.com.au.