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Senior Moments 2: Remember, Remember new national tour for 2020

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GOLDEN OLDIES: See veteran entertainers (l-r) Max Gillies, Normie Rowe and Tony Barber in Senior Moments 2: Remember, Remember.

GOLDEN OLDIES: See veteran entertainers (l-r) Max Gillies, Normie Rowe and Tony Barber in Senior Moments 2: Remember, Remember.


Entertainers Max Gillies, Normie Rowe and Tony Barber star in Senior Moments 2 - where the jokes never get old - just the audience.


IT'S the show where the joke never gets old, but the audience does.

And now Senior Moments is back - with a new cast. The smash hit revue - for those old enough to know better - is set to return next year with Senior Moments 2: Remember, Remember.

Yes, once again the senior sensation, written by Angus FitzSimons and Kevin Brumpton, will be sweeping the nation with all new jokes and all old performers.

Australian TV icon Tony Barber (Sale of the Century), master satirist Max Gillies (The Gillies Report) and original rock legend Normie Rowe (Les Miserables) head the classic cast for another 90 minutes of comedy sketches, songs and inspired senior silliness.

Senior Moments 2 will be touring from February visiting theatres in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Canberra, and regionally to Wyong, Newcastle, Wollongong and Port Macquarie.

After two sell out national tours of the original hit, the Senior Moments gang are back for another comedy revue about 'old' people (and what they still remember).


"The show is suitable for all ages," said Gillies. "As long as that age is in the high double digits or you can remember when we still used pound notes and milk came in a glass bottles."

The Senior Moments 2 cast also includes Kim Lewis (Sons & Daughters), David Callan (The Goon Show Live) and Dave Gibson (Andrew Denton Breakfast Show) with the shockingly young virtuoso Mitchell Price-Norgaard on piano.

Senior Moments 2: Remember, Remember is a second serving of sketches and songs performed by legendary show business seniors aging disgracefully before your eyes (unless you are wearing your reading glasses by mistake).

Tickets from $55. For more details visit

Tour details

  • The Art House, Wyong, NSW Jan 31-February 1. Phone (02) 4335-1485 or click HERE
  • Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre, SA, February 4-8. Phone 131-246 or click HERE
  • Concourse Theatre, Chatswood, NSW, February 12-16. Phone (02) 8075-8111 or click HERE
  • Civic Theatre, Newcastle, NSW, February 18-19. Phone (02) 4929-1977 or click HERE
  • Playhouse Theatre, Canberra Theatre Centre, ACT, February 21-22. Phone (02) 6275-2700 or click HERE
  • Sutherland Entertainment Centre, Sutherland, NSW, February 26. Phone (02) 9521-8888 or HERE
  • Glasshouse Theatre, Port Macquarie, NSW, February 28-29. Phone (02) 6581-8888 or click HERE
  • QPAC Playhouse, Brisbane, QLD, March 4-8. Phone 136-246 or click HERE
  • Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, NSW, March 10-11. Phone (02) 8839-3399 or click HERE
  • Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, March 18-21. Phone 1300 111-011 or click HERE
  • Heath Ledger Theatre, Perth, WA, March 25-29. Phone (08) 6212-9292 or click HERE

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