Coming from a family who had many different preferences in music, I grew up a rather confused child. My preferences were classical music to acid jazz, to the hair swishing tartan shirt wearing grunge era and the Black Flag phase, that seemed to never leave me.
This weekend I saw Henry Rollins at Her Majesty's theatre.
I had never being to this theatre and I was very impressed with its elegance. The staff were very nice too.
But to see Henry Rollins live in front of me was such a treat. The seating arrangements in this theatre are pretty cool, so no matter how small you are, myself being just over 5'3, you can see the act perfectly.
The show was brilliant. Henry was full of humour and descriptive passages of his own personal experience, some hilarious and some bringing you slamming back to earth - but that is Henry for you. His energy on stage is contagious. And as always, Henry was most informative in a satirical way of our present day issues. Whilst in the theatre, there was plenty of literature lying about with upcoming events, which I will be going to now after finding this great place.
Going to the theatre makes a wonderful and memorable night, maybe with dinner and drinks after.
This theatre covers a wide range of different performance and caters for everyone's different taste.
The Henry Rollins: The Long March Australian Tour 2012 will now continue in Cairns, Brisbane, Hobart, Canberra, Woolongong, Margaret River and Perth.