Written & Performed by Kate Smith & Will Somers
Smith & Somers - Ottawa, ON
V.6 - Tom Hendry Warehouse 
Famed Australian children's entertainers HOOTENANNY! have been touring the world for the last decade but it sure hasn't been easy. It's time for their last show, but only one of them knows it! Full of catchy songs, video segments and dance breaks, Hoot and Annie grit their teeth as they hurtle toward the final curtain.

4 STARS "[They] are absolutely to die for…" - On Stage Magazine

WINNER Outstanding Ballyhoo Award, 2016 London Fringe Festival

Kate Smith and Will Somers

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12

Warnings:Strong language
Fri July 21 8:00 PM
Sat July 22 5:15 PM
Sun July 23 12:45 PM
Tue July 25 4:15 PM
Wed July 26 10:00 PM
Thu July 27 4:00 PM
Sat July 29 5:00 PM


Smith & Somers—

This show has a lot of things working for it. The two actors are genuinely funny and the concept was great. The songs are pretty catchy as well as. But it’s kind of like ordering the gigantic ice cream your Mom said no too. It’s a little too sweet and a little too sugary to actually eat. What started out as hilarious become rather annoying as I waited for he show to end. If the show had been a little shorter I feel I would have loved it. I wish there was more I could critique but length was the only negative things I could say about this show. These two are exactly like I remember every childhood entertainment that annoyed me at 5. In this show you get exactly what it says in the program. There are no surprises and I did laugh.

Kaitlyn Kriss

Smith & Somers

HOOTENANNY!—Tom Hendry Warehouse

HOOTENANNY! is a 60-minute children’s concert – but don’t bring the kids! This mature dark musical comedy will have you in stitches as the famed Australian duo grit their teeth and hurtle towards the final curtain amidst swirling rumours and animosity (anyone call for a Band Therapist?). Hilarious upbeat songs, videos, and a surprise announcement that will change their lives forever…

“HOOTENANNY! is bar none the funniest show around. Hot shit, are they funny.” -Allan Mackey, On Stage Ottawa