Larry and the Dame

Created by Carita Ferrar Spencer

One woman. Two alter egos. One hilariously outrageous show.

Singer, star, one-woman hurricane, Alison St Ledger brings together the tragically fabulous Dame Farrar and international sex symbol Larry Paradiseo in a world-class double act (with herself!).

The Dame is the ageing show-pony singing absolutely anything she can wrap her vocal cords around, while Larry Paradiseo croons his way through songs as only a true international sex symbol can. The result? A hilarious must-see cabaret tour de force.

“Larry Paradiseo makes Barry Humphries’ Sir Les Patterson seem like the president of the Melbourne Club.” - CRIKEY

“Freakin’ Fabulous” - KATE CEBERANO

Written by Carita Farrer Spencer
Performed by Alison St Ledger
Pianist Luke Volker
LX design Lisa Mibus
Represented by NCM

Touring Western Queensland this August

Sunday 4 August 2019
Venue: Paroo Shire Hall
Time: 6.30pm
Free Event
For more info contact Paroo Shire Council 4655 8400
Presented by Paroo Shire Council

Wednesday 7 August 2019
Venue: Quilpie Shire Hall
Time: 7pm
Free Event
For more info contact Quilpie Shire Council 4656 0500
Presented by Quilpie Shire Council

Friday 9 August 2019
Venue: Tambo Shire Hall
Free Event
For more info contact Blackall-Tambo Regional Council 4621 6600
Presented by Blackall-Tambo Regional Council

Sunday 11 August 2019
Venue: Isisford Town Hall
Time: 6pm
Free Event
For more info contact Longreach Shire Council 4658 4111
Presented by Longreach Shire Council

Wednesday 14 August 2019
Venue: Barcaldine Town Hall
Time: 7pm
Tickets: $20 
For more info contact Barcaldine Regional Council 4651 5600
Presented by Barcaldine Regional Council

Thursday 15 August 2019
Venue: Roly Poly - Better in Blackall Festival as part of Brews, Blues & Cabaret event
Time: 530pm
Tickets: $50 book at
Presented by Blackall-Tambo Regional Council and Better in Blackall Festival

Friday 16 August 2019
Venue: Charleville Town Hall
Time: 7:00pm
Free Event
For more info contact Murweh Shire Council 4656 8355
Presented by Murweh Shire Council


Tour supported by The Playing Queensland Fund and arTour, initiatives of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.