The Sydney University Medical Revue is an event very dear to the Sydney University Medical Society and the medical cohort. Sydney University is known for its popular and impressive ‘Revue Season’ where students of each Faculty write, direct and star in their own brand of comedy/musical/theatre. The shows are performed at the Seymour Centre in front of sell out crowds and are famous for their inter-faculty rivalry and enjoyable (but boundary pushing) jokes. The Sydney Medical Program has always been a stalwart of the Revue season, performing shows under titles such as “Cadavatar”, “Beauty and Deceased” and “Placebo Royale.” As one of the biggest shows with a number of sponsors (including SUMS), the Medical Revue is one of the few charitable productions and also one of the Revues with the longest history. And finally, another point that makes the Sydney Medical Revue so unique is that it is entirely created by our first year cohort (every other faculty opens it to anyone). As a result, Med Revue is one of the biggest ways to make friends and memories in first year and one of the most enjoyable nights of comedy theatre that you can have.
2017 – Keeping Up with the Kardiologists