Jacques is Bacque

Jacques is Bacque - A man wearing glasses, a red bandana scarf and a blue and white striped long sleeve shirt sings into a microphone on a stand. A man in the background wears a black flat cap and plays the accordion.

Ticket prices

Full Price: $30.00

Concession: $27.00

Child: $20.00

BankSA cardholder: $23.25

Companion Card: $0.00

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Duration

75 min

Dates & times

Main Theatre at Goodwood Theatre and Studios:

The Wheaty Tin Shed at The Wheatsheaf Hotel:

HAT's Courthouse Cultural Centre Auburn:

3 Venues

Main Theatre at Goodwood Theatre and Studios

166 Goodwood Rd, Goodwood, SA, 5034

The Wheaty Tin Shed at The Wheatsheaf Hotel

39 George St, Thebarton, SA, 5031

HAT's Courthouse Cultural Centre Auburn

4 St Vincent St, Auburn, SA, 5451

Content warnings

G

Age Suitability:

G

Family Friendly:

Yes

Jacques is Bacque - A man wearing glasses, a red bandana scarf and a blue and white striped long sleeve shirt sings into a microphone on a stand. A man in the background wears a black flat cap and plays the accordion.

About this event

Our romantically hapless character Jacques continues his journey.....
Having mastered the art of finding love but learning nothing about keeping it on his round the French world trip at the 2020 SOLD OUT Fringe, he sets off again with hope in his heart and a suitcase of new, but classic, French songs. A true optimist, our Jacques.
The show is a tasty baguette, split lengthways and spread with humour, filled with jazz and pop tunes sourced from the corners of the French world and topped with emotions for that extra crunch. Bon, non? Join us for a feast.

Presented by:
Les Flâneurs Volants

With a French soul bronzed by the Adelaide sun, Les Flâneurs Volants revels in engaging their audiences, evoking emotions ranging from pure joy to the despair of love lost….três French, non?
Les Flâneurs Volants is a trio featuring evocative singer Jean-Marc Spiler, as Franco-Aussie as a croissant with Vegemite, bluesy jazz guitarist Paul Burns, and pumping accordionist Steve Oppes. Les Flâneurs Volants will be joined by Ian Davis on double bass and Lewis Todd on drums for Jacques is Bacque.
With decades of live performance collectively in bands of varying style, Les Flâneurs Volants cites the influence of the past greats
of French music – Piaf, Trenet – more recent artists - Higelin, Dutronc – with many stops in between. Add to that the music of Quebec, Louisiana and the Caribbean.

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