A Seated Walking Tour of Western Europe

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Ticket prices: $36.00 to $42.00

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$36.00 to $42.00

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Duration: 55 min

1 Venue

ACES Downstairs at The Maj at His Majesty's Theatre

825 Hay St, Perth, WA, 6000

Check the COVID Safe page on our website for vaccination requirements. Minors can only attend this show at this venue with a parent or legal guardian.

Suitability and warnings: PG

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Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Medium

Something for almost everyone. Not too naughty, not too nice. These shows mightn’t be ideal for the little’uns.

About this event

The safest, funniest and most legal way to tour Europe.

Armed with only Google Street View, a big screen, and an enthusiastic but flawed knowledge of history, Andrew guides the audience through the great plazas, past the magnificent cathedrals, over the odd statues and into the seedy bars of Europe's greatest cities and towns. See the things! Learn their stories! Get no exercise!

Never has a European walking tour been so quick, funny, covid-safe and indeed, cost effective.

"In a word, brilliant... Raucous laughs and lengthy applause shows McClelland got the ingredients right" ★★★★½ Daily Review (Crikey), 2015

"McClelland is a natural comic performer... it's impossible to leave without a smile on your face" ★★★★ The West Australian, 2019

Directed by Damian Callinan.

Presented by:
Andrew McClelland

Andrew McClelland has performed stand-up around the world and written 16 hour-long comedy shows which he has performed at festivals around Australia, the UK, and New Zealand since 2003. His past shows have included The Very Model of a Modern Major Musical (2021), Tie Her To The Tracks (2012 Moosehead recipient), Andrew McClelland’s One-Man Stand (2012 Crikey's 'Best of the Fest' award), A Somewhat Secret Secret Society Show (2009 with Lawrence Leung) and Andrew McClelland's Somewhat Accurate History of Pirates (1550-2017) (2004 Piece of Wood Award).
Andrew is also a renowned and successful DJ having performed as Cher’s only support act for all dates of her 2018 Aus/NZ tour and has been head DJ at Time Out Melbourne’s number 1 night club, Mr. McClelland’s Finishing School.

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Please note seating is arranged around cabaret-style tables but seats are not reserved. We can't guarantee all groups will be seated together so ensure you come early to get your preferred seats and that your entire group can be seated on the same table. For accessible booking information please visit the Perth Theatre Trust website. We recommend all accessible bookings are made at the venue box office or by calling Perth Theatre Trust on (08) 6212 9292.

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