It’s the sharpest, brightest, funkiest music and circus extravaganza on the planet!

Welcome to Wonderland, Boogie Wonderland! Join Marcia Hines, Hula Boy Craig Reid, DJ Joe Accaria and an all-star cast of musical, burlesque and circus performers as they take you into the disco inferno that is Velvet Rewired!

This Australian-made global smash hit completely redefines cabaret – it’s the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas meets the death-defying world of Cirque du Soleil! This fusion of discotheque, nightclub, burlesque and carnivale results in an insatiably flawless inferno.

Wynnum, you’re the first stop on the new Australian tour – don’t miss out on the show everyone will be talking about. Tickets on sale now for a strictly limited season.


DATE: 16 November, 2022 – 4 December, 2022

Wednesday @ 5:00PM + 7:30PM*
Thursday @ 6:30PM
Friday @ 6:00PM + 8:00PM
Saturday @ 4:30PM + 6:30PM
Sunday @ 4:30PM
*first performance is Wednesday 16 Nov @ 7:30PM

General Admission
After the Glitter Club & Disco Booth VIP’s have taken their seats, General Admission will begin. Plenty of great seating options in GA to live your best life in our Boogie Wonderland.

Glitter Club
The posh people! Glitter Club are given first entry to the and full access to preferred GA seating. Maybe you like to sit close to the front? Or the middle? Or the back? You get to choose because you are the Glitter Club!

Disco Booth
Welcome to luxury. You and (up to) seven of your glitterati pals in an exclusive ringside booth to ‘Shake Your Groove Thing’ and ‘Turn the Beat Around’ in a VIP Disco Booth – and a glass of bubbles of course! Hurry, limited VIP Booths available for each show!

**Concession tickets and BAM discounts apply to General Admission tickets on Wednesday and Thursday shows only. Wynnum Fringe considers a Concession valid if there is student, pensioner or veteran ID available to be shown at the door.

RATING: All ages show

“If there’s one show you see this year, make it this one.”
The Adelaide Advertiser

“Flawless and exhilarating, a sensory overload!”
The Guardian UK