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Please Note: Due to COVID-19 Restrictions all tickets must be part of a table booking. To ensure social distancing between tables we are running at a substantially reduced capacity and are only able to offer tables of 2, 4 or 8.

Table of 2 - $50 ($25 per ticket)
Table of 4 - $100 ($25 per ticket)
Table of 8 - $200 ($25 per ticket)

Session 1: 6pm - 8pm | Show 6:30pm (60-70 mins)
Session 2: 8:30pm - 10:30pm | Show 9pm (60-70 min)

Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)
Fully licensed – NO BYO. Delicious food (including pizza!) available.

The Australian prince of indie-pop broke through with his ukulele anthem 'Stupid' in 2013 and debut E.P. 'funbang1.' The 2016 release sparked three singles including Tectonic and Free To Love while gathering global controversy for his music video House of Air which the New Yorker quoted, "Should never be viewed in any public setting."

Likened to a lofi meeting of Robyn and Talking Heads, Brendan released his first LP titled, And The Boyfriends in 2019. The album, his first entry in the ARIA Top 20 Album Charts, saw him exploring more complex lyricism with a newfound subtlety in his vocal performance, built upon his atypically brilliant observational wit and wordplay.

Lovers of cabaret will remember Maclean from his star run in the original production Velvet, featuring Marcia Hines and his performance with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in Praying For Time, a tribute to George Michael. Other notable highlights include his cameo as Klipspringer in Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of The Great Gatsby and more recently his sold out performance at New York's Club Cumming.

Join Brendan Maclean performing his greatest hits and some other bits, solo on the house baby grand at Camelot Lounge.