McLeod's Daughters star in Byron

SILVER Logie winner (twice! 2004 and 2007) Aaron Jeffery is best known for his role as Alex Ryan on the drama McLeod's Daughters and he’s also recently appeared in the New Zealand series Outrageous Fortune.

He is coming to the Byron Theatre at the Community Centre with his spectacular one man show Shadow Boxing on Saturday, June 25, 8pm and Sunday, June 26, 5pm.

Aaron’s other TV credits include Blue Murder, Water Rats and The Strip plus he has been in major feature films including The Interview with Hugo Weaving, Strange Planet with Claudia Karvan+ Naomi Watts , Beautiful with Peta Wilson and Aaron was in the X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Aaron also appears occasionally in theatre productions and was last seen at the Byron Theatre in Love Letters last year with Bridie Carter.

Aaron’s gripping one-man show Shadow Boxing is a knockout punch of raw theatrical energy. Aaron’s physical routine as he spits out his meanderingly moody lines is devastating. He skips at frenzied pace and ripples with almost demonic energy. The boxer character Jeffery creates is no stereotype - however it would slam this play's V12 textual engine into reverse gear to reveal the boxer's secret here. Suffice to say, opponents in the ring are not this man's only problem. He must also take on cruel social prejudice - and the fight is just as bloody.

Tickets are available online at www.byroncentre.com.au by phone 6685 6807 or drop into the Community Centre.
 



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