NOOSA alive! in association with MORGANS
AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE PERFORMANCE/s
OLE! Direct from Europe
Three Latin Machos in their world acclaimed Flamenco guitar comedy show, where Flamenco magic and zany slapstick collide at breakneck pace!
You’ll be in awe of the serious musical talent these three Latin Amigos possess and in stitches at their antics!
They play like Paco De Lucia, sing like the Bee Gees and rumba like the Gypsy Kings. They spin, flip and fly their guitars, while popping ping pong balls, smashing eggs, interacting with the audience and constantly reminding you of their wonderful musicianship.
Already performing in over 37 countries and counting, they have truly redefined the term ‘Variety Show’.
These Lost Locos combine serious musical talent and frantic zany slapstick to a surreal madness.
The Montreal Gazette –‘Paul Morocco and Ole – A marriage between frenetic slapstick and classical guitar’
London Evening Standard – ‘A manic foreign film without subtitles’
The Independent- ‘One orange short of the fruit basket’
Daily Telegraph – ‘Paul Morocco and Ole! are Funny, unpredictable and spectacular’
NOT TO BE MISSED!
Date: Friday 27 July
Time: 2 shows – 5.30pm and 8.30pm
Prices: $69.50 – All Seats (includes booking fee)
Venue: The J Theatre, 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa
Duration: 2 hours with intermission
# Recommended for all ages
The show’s creator is the mad Casablancan himself. He grew up in Virginia USA, his mother from Morocco and his father, Cajun, from New Orleans. Always a flamboyant character, an extraordinary juggler and accomplished musician, Paul joined the cabaret circuit in London, then on to worldwide theatre. It seems only natural that his superb musicianship and Mediterranean ‘madness’ would lead to the creation of Ole! Its longevity is testament to the shows innate appeal across all types of audiences.
Marcial was born in 1970, in Hanover, Germany, to a family steeped in Flamenco tradition. He started his musical training at five, taking lessons from his grandfather and uncle, in the traditional flamenco environment and first performed professionally at the age of seven. Aged 21, Marcial went to London, where he came in contact with different musical styles such as funk, jazz and blues. These influences are now embedded into his playing, along with his own traditional flamenco style.
Guillermo de Endaya
Born in Bilbao, Spain, Guillermo studied at the Conservatiory in Leioa (near Bilbao). He went on to lead several bands in Spain and Germany, as a singer, guitarist and composer. His innate sense of melody, rhythm and his undoubted acting and comedic skills have become a mainstay of Ole!