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$25/$20 +bf | 7pm doors, 8pm show
Table bookings for groups of 8 or more only – email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…
Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed – NO BYO
Please book carefully - as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)

Pandora’s Bag is a hugely entertaining show by songwriter and cabaret performer Joanna Weinberg. On March 25th, Joanna will be accompanied by her son Jonah Primo , trumpeter Ellen Kirkwood and drummer Nicola Ossher. Sarah Tari plays the bag model, ‘Chantelle.’ The show is inspired by bags and the women who wear them and the audience are encouraged to show and tell their own bag stories for a chance to win a prize.

To listen:


‘Take one-part genius, mix it with a brilliant sense of humor and waggishness, and what do you have? Well, Joanna Weinberg of course. This vivid playwright, composer, vocalist, author and soothsayer is at it again with a brilliant offering entitled Pandora’s Bag. “

Illiam Sebitz - 5 finger review. 2017

‘I left with a huge smile having had a thoroughly entertaining night that I would thoroughly recommend.’

Gabby Patterson, What’s On , Sydney. 2016

‘This is a show worth seeing, as indeed is anything presented by Joanna Weinberg. It’s uplifting, musically funky and totally enjoyable. As they say in their program, “The show doesn’t only appeal to women – men have their baggage too”….The show, with its laid back and cool stagecraft and humorous cynicism, is reminiscent of Berlin’s cabarets of the 1920s and Weinberg’s lyrical prowess is as clever as Noel Coward’s.

Bronwen Fullerton, Sydney Arts Guide. 2016

‘Her show, Pandora’s Bag, is essentially a feminist love song. It doesn’t take long to realise that Weinberg not only cares about other women, she actively thinks about and campaigns for their rights.Whilst circling around the frivolous concept of handbags – vagina (!), designer, vegan and leather - Weinberg manages to mine some serious social messages from what is a confection of funny ditties, one-liners and visual gags. She discusses sweat shops and the ethics of crocodile farming for the purpose of making Kelly and Birkin bags

Emma Castle for Sydney Scoop. 2016

‘Hilariously Joyous’ : Hayes Theatre Cabaret Festival Director. 2016

Joanna Weinberg has nailed her subject matter…My significant other had a great time…Highly Recommended - Lisa Thatcher


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