The Sound of Madness

Fri 24 May
The Sound of Madness

The Sound of Madness

London born, Baggy Trousers are without doubt Australia's premier tribute to legendary UK band Madness. 

Endorsed, "They sound just like we used to" by Cathal Smyth of Madness, Baggy Trousers re-creates the sound, look, and fun of Madness shows. Let Suggs and Co take you back in time with classics such as Our House, Night Boat to Cairo, My Girl, Bed and Breakfast Man, Shut up, House of Fun, Cardiac Arrest, The Prince, Embarrassment, One Step Beyond plus loads more from forty years of Madness.

Join us if you will. It’s the nuttiest sound around and a right Royal Knees-up.

Presented by RAM Touring In conjunction with Baggy Trousers

Dates
Fri 24 May
Where
Basement
Ages
Ages 16+
Warnings
Performance includes strobing effects.
Duration
2hrs and 40mins (includes interval)
Tickets
First Release
Adult $49
Pensioner/Senior $42
Group (6+ people) $45

Final Release
Adult $54
Pensioner/Senior $46
Group (6+ people) $49
Times
Fri 24 May - 7:30pm

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