Justine will be performing her favourite songs, as well as hits from her television show and her new album, The Justine Clarke Show!
This concert is all about sharing the delight of singing, dancing and all the excitement of what you have come to expect at show time. It will be all about singing songs that make you smile and stomping like a dinosaur, amongst other things!
Together, Justine and her audience will find their own silly song to perform for the grand finale of this crazy, fun-filled show.
Justine Clarke said: "I'm so excited to bring these silly songs to a live audience and co-create the show with the kids. I'm looking forward to sending out some rehearsal videos before the concert so kids can learn the words and the moves. It'll be wonderful, organised chaos!"
About Justine Clarke Justine Clarke is known in just about every Australian household where there are children. She is particularly known for her songs, the Gobbledygook and of course her role in the wonderful television series, Play School.
Justine and the Gobbledygook
Justine Clarke has for over thirty years been in song and screen acts. The first role she ever landed was in the Humphrey Bear biscuits commercial at the age of seven.
Nowadays, Justine is one of the most recognised and popular faces on the Australian entertainment landscape. She is a best-selling children's singer, an accomplished jazz vocalist, an internationally acclaimed film star, a seasoned stage actor, and a popular presence on the daytime television institution, Play School.
Justine was interested in music and acting way before she actually sang her first stage role, as an 11-year-old Brigitta in The Sound of Music. Her mother had been a teenage Shakespearian actress and song-and-dance star; her father a booking agent at a Sydney variety venue.
At 12, Justine made her worldwide movie debut as Anna Goanna, riding shotgun with Mel Gibson in the blockbuster action feature Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
She also appeared as a teenage actor in several television serials in the 1980's, including GP, A Country Practice, Come In Spinner and in Home and Away.
In 1989 she received her first Best Actress nomination from the Penguin Awards judges. This was for the title role of David Williamson's TV drama, Princess Kate.
Over the next 15 or so years, Justine wrote and sang in a range of musical guises, from the 12-piece country and western band, Honky Tonk Angels to the 1950's rock'n'rollers, the Comets.
At some stage, she realised that her big love was as a jazz vocalist at the Starfish Club, the Wine Banc, and other Sydney venues. She appeared in many more musicals and shows, and had a long association with the Sydney Theatre Company starting in 1996.
Justine, in her 11 years with Playschool released three extremely successful CD/ DVDs of children's songs, which were backed by some of Australia's best jazz musicians.
Justine's recording career has barely begun. The second series of adult TV drama Tangle is in the can. A new big screen thriller, In Her Skin, will shortly see her performing alongside Guy Pearce, Sam Neill and Miranda Otto.
She has now averaged a major stage role every year since 1996, which is no mean achievement! But when it comes to her biggest fans, it's not the people you'd expect.
The actual show lasts for 55 minutes, and there is no interval. Silly Songs will be held on Sunday 30th September with now two shows - one at 10.00 am and another at 12 noon. Cost per person is $39.25.
It will be held at the Regal Theatre, 474 Hay St, Subiaco, and tickets are available here.
Notes: The Companion Card is accepted for this event.
Children 12 months and under are free on the knee of a paying adult.
Group bookings are for 6 or more people - see the "tickets" section above.
The Regal Attic Bar is open 1 hour before each performance.