20 May – This show has been rescheduled to Saturday 20 February 2021.
If you are unable to attend this rescheduled concert date, you are able to request a refund by emailing [email protected]. Please submit all requests for refund by Thursday 11 June. If you do not require a refund, your ticket will be valid for the rescheduled date.
Please note the WA guests listed in the initial announcement may differ in 2021 due to scheduling changes. We are working on confirming local guests’ involvement and will announce these closer to the event.
Join Tim Rogers as the louche DJ of the spectral radio show ‘Liquid Nights In Bohemia Heights’ – a brand-new live show that brings Tim’s Friday afternoon Liquid Lunch radio program out of the Double J studios and onto the stage.
Brimming with live music, interviews and musings it promises to be a thinking person’s theatre and comedy all rolled into one. The WA premiere of Liquid Nights will also include performances and interviews with local luminaries. So… Is it Parkinson? A prairie Home Companion? Maybe Jools Holland? Possibly even the Goon Show? And will the audience be right in the thick of it all? Hopefully all of the above.
Together with the stentorian tones of broadcasting legend, Jonnie Von Goes and live Foley work delivered by Tony Award-nominated sound designer, Russell Goldsmith, Tim will roll out the barrel in the finest apparel.
Liquid Nights In Bohemia Heights features a live band, guest interviews, musical interludes, a pocket radio drama, a live quiz, questionable local sponsors, Poem of the Week, a live call of Western Highlands Cricket Final (now in it’s 34th week), philosophical quandaries, audience participation and continuing hooey and hoopla within the fabled borders of Bohemia Heights.
And of course, music. Sweet, sweet, music.
Come and be part of the radio show you love on Double J, as live as it gets!
Tim Rogers on FAC CHATS
In this interview Tim discusses his new live radio show Liquid Nights in Bohemia Heights, a theatrical reimagining and otherworldy spin off of his Double J radio show. Tim also reflects on life in isolation and what it’s meant for an artist whose life is usually spent on the road.
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Presented by Double J and Fremantle Arts Centre.