Mystery in the Air

QUT Gardens Theatre

There’s Mystery in the Air when comedy legend, Michael Veitch, revives the Golden Age of radio drama live on stage at QUT Gardens Theatre, April 3 and 4.

Be transported back in time pre-television when radio was king. Set in a 1940’s radio station, funnyman Michael Veitch (D-Generation, Fast Forward) and handsome, young Simon Oats play rivals in this real live radio drama about a much-loved fading star feeling the heat from a dashing newcomer.

Mystery in the Air, QUT Gardens Theatre, Brisbane

Tune in as Mystery in the Air, the most popular weekly radio drama, is about to go live to air. Management has decided to make Clinton Webb (Veitch) share the microphone with new radio darling, the dashing former Squadron Leader Tony “The Ace” Hamilton (Oats) in a bid to boost ratings. He might be handsome, talented and much younger, but Clinton’s just about had it with this young upstart.

Mystery in the Air, QUT Gardens Theatre, Brisbane

Intelligent, funny and well-written – featuring 2 original radio plays, 50 voices and 100 live-to-air sound effects performed by 2 frazzled actors - there's more drama off-air than on the airwaves!

By Deb Lidster

QUT Gardens Theatre is is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Mystery in the Air

QUT Gardens Theatre  

2 George St

Brisbane

Apr 3-4 7:30pm

A$49 Con $44 

Groups 10+ $40

Pensioner/FT Student $37

3138 4455

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