As an actor, people often ask me if it is hard to play a “villain”? Steve Maresca Norman Bruhn was a notorious and violent Australian dockworker, armed robber and standover man with links to the criminal underworld in both Melbourne … Read More
He was placed on the spectrum of morality Chris Miller I was very fortunate to lead Razorhurst True Crime Walking Tours in King Cross for a while, having plenty of time to understand Jim Devine’s story before starting rehearsals. Knowing … Read More
Portraying a trailblazing Australian policewoman Dona Randell I was very fortunate to lead Razorhurst True Crime Walking Tours in King Cross for a while, having plenty of time to understand Jim Devine’s story before starting rehearsals. Knowing that Jim was … Read More
Do join us, entry is FREE for ticket holders for 6.30pm and 8pm performances that evening. If you’re coming to the earlier session, there are several pleasant places nearby to dine or have a drink before meeting Larry at 9pm. … Read More
People often ask me as an actor is it hard to play a “villain”? An actor cannot see “heroes” or “villains” with who they are portraying, only people. Reading Normans life story, I saw a man full of ambition to be at the top of the table and he was not going to let anyone get in his way. … Read More
Kate became an Australian underworld icon and known as the ‘Queen of Surry Hills’ .. the ‘Snow Queen’. But she had competition and became engaged in a well-known, violent feud with her rival Tilly Devine that lasted 20 years. You can’t help but admire her. She had a harsh life and she not only survived – she thrived. … Read More
Peg is not someone to be trifled with. She knows which side she’s on. She has a strict moral code that has survived her experience of the world and is not afraid to pass judgment, with all the benefit of hindsight. She will hector and boss you around, but rest assured, she will keep you safe. … Read More
Juanita Nielsen The Final Days is live in the crypt Thursday to Saturday 28 September to 14 October 2023.
Explore NSW notorious cold case, the disappearance of Juanita Nielsen.
A powerful woman who sprang from privilege and adventure. Angered by development plans to demolish the best of Victoria Street Potts Point architecture and displace low-income residents, Juanita stirs the community and bonds with powerful unions to take on the corrupt developer, the Kings Cross underworld, NSW Government & Police and possibly the CIA. But at 10.45am Friday 4th July 1975 Juanita walked into Kings Cross, reportedly for a meeting with Eddie Trigg, Manager of Carousel Club (home of Les Girls). She was never seen again. This is her story.
You’ll meet Juanita, the protesters, the gangsters, the police and be a patron of Les Girls!
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Frank Theeman and Abe Saffron were two of the most notorious figures in the history of organized crime in Australia. Both men were involved in a range of illegal activities, Abe in drug trafficking, prostitution, and extortion, Frank in corrupting … Read More