Foreign Women features the cabaret stylings of Nicola Kuiper and Sandy Whittem telling stories of their respective grandmothers – who immigrated to Australia from Poland and Canada. The women dance and sing through several fun numbers written and performed by Josh Cake.

Presented by the K.C. Company, the trio have audiences laughing as they recreate Irena and Dorothy’s very eventful lives as young women about to embark on new lives in Australia. Irina left Poland and Dorothy left a very cold Saskatchewan, Canada post war and eventually raised families in their new homeland. With songs like Cabbage Blues, you know it is a very light-hearted approach, only becoming more serious towards the end. Sassy and energetic, Kuiper and Whittem’s high spirits are infectious.

The whole show is a testament to what can be achieved with not much more than a lot of enthusiasm and a lot of guts (the girls do all their dress changes on stage), the show will be polished to near perfection by the time it hits Melbourne’s Butterfly Club from Sept 24. The Sydney show was on at the Blood Moon Theatre Sept 1.


Featuring: Josh Cake, Nicola Kuiper and Sandy Whittem.

This Month in Sydney

16 Dec - 17 Feb
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With a spectacular 150 beds under the stars, Mov’in Bed is the biggest outdoor bed cinema in the world and surely the most comfortable one too. Blanket, pillows, glow side table. Recline and unwind this summer at the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney.

Get your snuggle buddy(ies) ready as Mov’in bed combines the best things in life: a movie night under the stars in a comfy bed, sipping on a glass of wine, munching on some popcorn with your love one(s). Yes, you can be up to three in one bed.

The MIB (Mov’in bed) Team literally spend months selecting the best movies. Get ready for the latest blockbusters with the amazing, A Star is born, Bad times at the El Royal, Venom, First man , Bohemian Rhapsody or enjoy movie classics such as Love actually or the Nightmare before Christmas and get the family out with the Incredibles 2, The Jungle Book. They don’t play the same movie twice, it’s an outdoor movie Festival!

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