Homage to Hollywood – Hollywood Hotel: Pt 2

Part 2 … Seasoned Sydney Drag Performers present a “Homage to Hollywood” at the Hollywood Hotel encompassing a tribute to Sydney Identity, Doris Goddard, whilst bringing a Hollywood-esque theme to the show.

Doris Goddard a long time Sydney Identity and owner of Hollywood Hotel has raised the glass ceiling for women in Sydney, Leaving Sydney as a young female, she broke into the film industry in England, performed cabaret around the world , returned to Australia and has become one of the oldest female publicans in the State. Over the years has written and performed her own music, been published also. It would be an ode to these original compositions and incorporate leading drag figures from Sydney.

Also featuring resident showgirls, Suzie St James & Connie Cartier hosting a variety of Cabaret, Comedy, impersonations and an array of special guest artists including resident DJ Miss Victoria Anthony. Culminating in a special finale Featuring the iconic legend, Carlotta.


Follow Suzie & Connie from Little Rock (aka Jane Russel and Marilyn Monroe ) to the Streets of Rio with a Kids from Fame classic “Carnival” – Madonna Vogue and the Priscilla highlight “I love the Nightlife”, the show is a mixture of Hollywood, Vegas and the amazing Sydney Drag Scene. Connie and I will have a meet and great moment on stage with our special guest performers during the show and take the audience down memory lane.

With Costuming of sequin, feathers, organza and of course a lot of bling, the room will be dressed as an old style cabaret room with images of various stars and artists hanging on the walls amongst velvet curtains to give the feel of an intimate cabaret room and of course pictures of the Lady we dedicate this show to, the Amazing Doris Godard the Owner of The Hollywood Hotel. We will share some of Doris’s amazing life as a Singer and Performer so the audience get to know what an amazing career and life she has had.

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