The year was 1998. Mike Myers was the biggest comedy star in the world but that wasn't enough. Mike swung for the stars and tried his hand at serious dramatic acting portraying the real life impresario of Studio 54, Steve Rubell, in Mark Christopher's "54: The Director's Cut". We're joined by master comedian Adam Richard to find out if this really is a forgotten gay classic or just a movie that left us flaccid (unhorny, baby).
Check out Cameron's encore solo show at the Factory Theatre on 22nd of October: TICKETS HERE
Alexei's $5 stand up show, Green Lights Comedy Nights with Susie Youssef, 28th October at The Gaelic Club in Surry Hills: RSVP HERE
WAYNE'S WORLD at The Golden Age Cinema in Surry Hills, 9th November: TICKETS HERE
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