The Four Kinsmen
By popular demand, THE FOUR KINSMEN ARE BACK, with more of the dynamic, hilarious and highly entertaining variety shows that made them Australia’s best-loved, most sought after performers.
There’s simply no end to their talents… rich vocal harmonies, high energy dancing, comedy, magic, impressions, puppets and acrobatics. A night with the Four Kinsmen means a barrage of non-stop music and laughter, and there are always a few surprises along the way.
The stars of the Four Kinsmen – George, Robert, Graham and Scott – have brought joy to the hearts and smiles to the faces of hundreds of thousands of Australians, young and old, from the city to the outback. They are one of Australia’s most highly awarded groups, stacking up a remarkable 27 Mo Awards including a Gold Mo for Variety Performers of the Year and four ACE Awards, including a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Not only have they built a legion of fans here in this country, they have also carried the Australian flag abroad. They hold the distinction of being the first Australian entertainers to headline their own show in Las Vegas, where they wowed America with their own unique brand of entertainment ‘downunder style’.
For their latest shows, the boys have put together some never-seen-before songs and skits, as well as the most requested routines, highlights and magical moments from their remarkable career.
There’s never been an act to rival the talents of The Four Kinsmen; nor will there be again. Don’t miss the opportunity to roll in your seat with laughter, sing along to your favourite songs and shake your head in amazement at the antics and energy of Australia’s superstars of variety entertainment.
The Four Kinsmen travels from New South Wales Australia
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