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CCR Productions in association with Hayes Theatre Co presents


By Natalie Garonzi and Rob Mills

Starring Rob Mills
Director Tyran Parke
Musical Director and Arrangements Andrew Worboys


Sometimes when you live in the public arena, your life can be more eye-catching (or headline grabbing!) than your work. Reality TV, Twitter scandals and THAT incident with Paris Hilton, are all the stuff of Hollywood. It's easy for us to forget who the guy behind these headlines really is; a remarkably successful and consistently celebrated musician and actor, Rob Mills. 

Despite proving himself in the world of pop music, television and music theatre, Rob has amassed twelve years of reviews that revolve around the notion that 'considering we know him as that down to earth larrikin from Idol (or was it Big Brother?)... his performance was surprisingly good'...

Well this show is proof that these two things are no longer mutually exclusive. In this, his first one-man show, Rob reveals he can be both the irreverent personality who has charmed the nation on TV, as well as the skilled actor/singer he has proven to be through his extensive music theatre career. Let there be no further surprises, Rob Mills is one of Australia's most acclaimed young entertainers. 

And now the cabaret stage provides his perfect home. 

An irreverent, self-effacing look at the guy behind this extraordinary career, the show is much more than the standard cabaret fare. "Rob Mills is Surprisingly Good" is an eclectic mix of music and stories in an intimate setting, with a cracking band and the self-deprecating humour that we have learned to associate with Millsy. 

Musically, the show is as unpredictable as he is, covering artists as far reaching as Taylor Swift, Gavin DeGraw and Coldplay, as well as hits from several of the musicals in which he has appeared; The Last Five Years and of course, Wicked

Rob cut his teeth imitating great singers as a teenager in his garage in Wheelers Hill, Melbourne, and now it's time to claim his own voice in this dynamic, touching and unexpected one-man show. 


Tuesday 23 June at 8.30pm | Wednesday 24 June at 8.30pm

Running time: 70mins

Age Restrictions: Over 18 recommended

This production is available with the 3 and 5 show packages. Click HERE to book packages.