The Velvet Voice | Live at the Bandstand
Step into a world of smooth jazz and timeless musical theatre with Callum Sandercock, the velvet-voiced crooner who will transport you to a bygone era of sophistication and elegance.
With a repertoire of timeless jazz standards and showstopping musical theatre hits, Callum brings his signature style and charm to every note and word.
Born and raised here in Sydney, Australia, Callum has had the amazing opportunity to learn from industry leaders at established institutions such as Newtown High School of the Performing Arts, Brent Street, and the West Australian Academy of the Performing Arts (WAAPA) where he appeared as Warner in Legally Blonde, amongst other roles.
Callum has also appeared professionally in Funny Girl, Grease (Roger), Hairspray, Wicked (Fiyero u/s), Annie, A Chorus Line, and mostrecently in Jersey Boys (Swing) for Norwegian Cruise Lines.
After working professionally in Australia and internationally, Callum is ready to give you a show you won't forget.
In this captivating cabaret, you'll experience an unforgettable evening of music and storytelling, as Callum weaves together a tapestry of songs that will leave you breathless. From the swinging rhythms of the jazz age to the heart-wrenching ballads of the Great White Way, Callum will take you on a journey showcasing his virtuosic vocal range and magnetic stage presence. Get ready to be dazzled, delighted, and transported to a world of jazz and theatre that will leave you wanting more.
Please note, the performance space is accessible via stairs only.
Qtopia Sydney is proud to present our LIVE AT THE BANDSTAND program. An intimate live activation space that celebrates the voices and stories of the Queer Community
ABOUT LIVE AT THE BANDSTAND
As Australia’s first dedicated Queer History, Art and Culture museum, Qtopia Sydney is proud to launch Live at the Bandstand, its debut season of live activations in the museum space.
Multi-genre in its programming, the Live at the Bandstand program will feature comedy, cabaret, Drag, talks, book launches, live podcast recordings, script readings, small theatre performances, short films, music and more.
Join us for a night of intimate performance and conversation at the Bandstand and celebrate some of the best of Sydney's Queer Cultural scene.