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Catherine Alcorn & Phil Scott Are Dying to See You!

Mon 19 Oct

A critically acclaimed chanteuse & a hilarious musical juggernaut combine with wicked chemistry and flawless style.

Join maestro of mischief Phil Scott (The Wharf Revue, The Big Gig) and vocal powerhouse Catherine Alcorn (The Divine Miss Bette and Friday Night Live) for a joyous morning of music and comedy.

Phil and Catherine are positively dying to see you with this special performance just for Music in the Mornings.

Bringing their inimitable wit, charm and cheekiness, Phil and Catherine will perform a fabulous selection of material from artists and composers including Lionel Bart, Irving Berlin, Bette Midler, Fats Waller, Sophie Tucker, Bob Hope, Judy Garland, Quincy Jones and many more.

Don’t miss this divine duo!

Please note, if you purchased tickets to What’s New Pussycat? they are valid for this performance.


  • Phil Scott and Catherine Alcorn are hugely entertaining! - Stage Noise
  • Their musical arrangements are first rate. - Arts Review
  • While she oozes glamour and a wickedly inviting sense of humour, Alcorn has, above all, a bloody amazing voice - The Advertiser
  • Phil Scott is a master showman and the piano is an extension of his hands - Stage Noise

What is Music in the Morning?

Music in the Morning is a series that fills the historic Wollongong Town Hall with delightful daytime concerts.

Wheelchair access, mobility assistance and induction hearing loop compatible with T-switch hearing aids are available.

Important Safety Information

We are committed to delivering safe & enjoyable performing arts experiences.

We are operating under guidelines from NSW Health, and this means some changes to how we do things.
These include:

  • Reduced audience capacities
  • Patrons’ seats separated from other groups by 2 empty seats either side
  • Increased distance between performers and the audience
  • Additional cleaning of theatres and disinfecting of foyer touch-points before, during and after performances
  • Hand sanitising stations throughout our venues.
  • Allocated seating and collection of patron contact details
  • Assisting patrons to maintain appropriate physical distancing throughout our venues.

When you visit, it is really important that you are feeling well, and prepared to adhere to the safety practices of our venues. If you’re unwell, please stay home and contact us about refund and exchange options.

We appreciate your understanding as we work to keep everyone safe, so that we can continue to bring great experiences to our community and #KeepLiveAlive.

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