The Bundaberg community can experience the ultimate time warp when All’s Nell that Ends Nell comes to the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre.
Best known for her role as Columbia in the original The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Nell Campbell’s show is set to be conversational and will take audiences on an unmissable time warp through a life that is stranger than science fiction.
Nell will be live on stage, accompanied by never-before-seen photos and videos from behind the scenes of Rocky Horror, and is set to take the audience on a strange journey.
Born in Sydney, with a birth name of Laura, Nell was nicknamed Sonny but then gained a pseudonym of Little Nell through her father’s long-running newspaper column about his family.
From busking on the streets of London to starring in the longest running theatrical release in film history – Nell will share her unbelievable story about how an experimental musical changed her life, and the lives of three generations of Rocky Horror fans around the globe.
She has tap danced her way from Sydney to London and even New York, leading a spectacular life after fame, which she is keen to share with Bundaberg.
This year marks 50 years since the stage musical The Rocky Horror Show unleashed itself on the world and 47 years since the movie became a cult classic.
Through All’s Nell That Ends Nell, the 69-year-old performer will take old and new Rocky Horror fans on an unmissable time warp behind the scenes of one of history's most iconic films.
Local audience members will be entertained by the one-woman stage show when Nell performs at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on 3 March.
All's Nell That Ends Nell
When: 8 pm on Friday, 3 March
Where: Moncrieff Entertainment Centre
Book your ticket by clicking here.
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