Hey, Sydney: Slapdash Song Night is a monthly variety show and podcast you might be into

What are you going to do on your first Sunday night in February? Probably check out the launch of Slapdash Song Night, a fun and flighty musical variety show you might have caught at last year’s Fringe that’s turned into a regular gig. 

Slapdash Song Night is best described as a delicious tasting plate of music, musicals, cabaret, musical comedy, and more from all around town. Cut loose with your host, Keira Daley (LadyNerd, [title of show]), for some toe-tapping, head-bopping, rollicking variety night mayhem.

Slapdash Song Night.
Slapdash Song Night.

Warning: Dangerously catchy.

Enjoy a variety of live music and get to know the artists via fun, pacy interviews. Featuring the quirky wit of Daley and the cool musical savvy of pianist Mark Chamberlain (Jersey Boys, Mornings With Kerri-Anne), the action takes place upstairs at Glebe hangout The Record Crate.

From comedy to cabaret, musical theatre to rockin’ band, acoustic duo and more, Slapdash Song Night has it all. It’s the place to discover new gems, experience new styles, and enjoy familiar favourites all over again.


  • World champion improv comedian, multi-award-winning actress of stage and screen, Rebecca De Unamuno (Big Bite, The Chaser, Kath & Kim)
  • Toby Francis (Cabaret Showcase winner 2010, Carrie)
  • Kick-arse keyboardist and YouTube sensation Benny Davis (Axis of Awesome, Human Jukebox) and the Laughasaurus
  • Quadruple-threat (singer, dancer, actor, is funny) cabaret dynamo Monique Sallé (A Chorus Line, Carrie)
  • a duet featuring Mark Simpson (Hairspray, Rocky Horror) and Shannon McKinn (Spring Awakening, Great American Trailer Park Musical)
  • Award-winning singer-songwriter, improv muso, and all round clever chap Bryce Halliday (The Bryce Is Right)
  • Lady Sings It Better
  • Plus, featuring the musical-comedic stylings of Keira Daley, Mark Chamberlain, and Pete Lead – the
    award-winning team behind LadyNerd and Keira Daley Vs The 90s!

Stay tuned to www.facebook.com/ladynerdcabaret for updates, and look at for this show on the first Sunday of every month. Opening special tix at the door will be only $5.00.

Cassie Tongue

Cassie is a theatre critic and arts writer in Sydney, and was the deputy editor of AussieTheatre. She has written for The Guardian, Time Out Sydney, Daily Review, and BroadwayWorld Australia. She is a voter for the Sydney Theatre Awards.

Cassie Tongue

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