The right kind of drunk

What do you get when you cross a German MC, his ‘Diva’ of a wife from America, an Italian waiter and a sexy French maid who can’t speak French? RedFoot Cabaret! Take off your shoes, stomp some grapes, sing along and have some laughs as you follow this eclectic mob of broke performers trying to stay just the ‘right kind of drunk’ to put up with each other’s antics.

Venue Format
Theatre, Hall, Black Box Venue
Technical Rating
The production can be modified to suit most venues
Touring Party

This performance contains adult content, nudity, curse language. Not intended for persons under 18 years old. Potentially contains strobe lighting and haze effect.

Lock&Hock Productions is a Central Queensland based team focused on producing industry level performances from workshops to musicals.

Company Website

Unique Selling Point

Our show strives to destroy stereotypes, homophobia and sexual inequality through laughter and quick wit. We make it possible for people from all walks of life to forget about the outside world if only for a night. We love to walk a fine line between 'safe' and 'too far' to really explore a lot of the vast types of humans sharing this planet. We also encourage the audience to not only enjoy the show, but sometimes even be apart of it...

Marketing Materials

Currently we have a presenters pack which include

  • 2 promotional videos (one short and one extended)
  • Promotional photos Hi Res and Low Res.
  • Digital Banners (Website, Facebook and Instagram)
  • Archival footage of the show
  • Template print material. (Posters, flyers)
  • Technical requirements
  • SM copy of the script

Community Engagement

We have two main workshops we like to have available for this show. The first is a workshop that is about developing a cabaret show in your home town. This includes how to collaborate with local actors, musicians and technicians. The second is a workshop that focuses closely on developing a character based on your own personality but making it BIGGER! The idea being that these workshops might plant the seed in these places to create other local cabaret shows.