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David Scheel is growing old ungracefully


Enjoy a morning of laughter, a little music, and sheer entertainment with world-renowned pianist and comedian David Scheel, who will be appearing in Griffith, NSW, on Thursday February 8th.

After the long-standing international success of his flagship show, Don’t Shoot Me, I’m Only the Piano Player, and its sequel, Mad Maestros, comes David’s brand-new show Growing Old Ungracefully.

The show is a funny take on the ageing process and nothing is sacred: health issues, dodgy product labelling, scammers targeting older people, even the taboos of sex, religion and politics.

And amongst it all, David’s trademark brilliance on the piano intersperses all the fun with beautiful music.

It’s a show not to be missed – enjoy morning tea from 10am and then be entertained by hilarious sketches, and, of course, incredible piano skills.

Griffith Regional Theatre Manager, Marg Andreazza said, “David Scheel is famous for his unique talent of blending music and comedy and is regarded as one of the finest musical humourists globally.”

Described by the San Francisco Chronicle as “the only show in town that can satisfy lovers of classical music and stand-up comedy alike”, David Scheel is hailed as the successor to the legendary Victor Borge with Broadway World magazine naming him the funniest pianist in the world.

Griffith Regional Theatre Manager, Marg Andreazza concludes, “David Scheel’s performance promises a morning of entertainment with musical brilliance and comedic charm!”

The Morning Melodies show David Scheel Growing Old Ungracefully is performing at the Griffith Regional Theatre on Thursday 8 February at 11am. Ticket price includes Morning Tea and $15 early bird tickets can be purchased until 5pm on Thursday 25 January, then all tickets are $20 each.

Tickets are available from the Box Office or by calling 6962 8444 or visiting www.griffithregionaltheatre.com.au.

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