TAKE a trip back in time and get ready to swing to the sounds of yesteryear in A Cabaret of Golden Age Musicals. Presented by Roleystone Theatre at Armadale District Hall, the show has been devised and directed by Chloe Palliser as a jukebox-style musical in the form of a cabaret show. Performers explore the biggest influences in musical theatre through singing, dancing and comedy, paying special attention to the golden age of the 1940s and 1950s. “We look at some of the icons from that era, as well as a few post-golden age, such as Bob Fosse, Gene Kelly and Liza Minnelli to name just a few,” Chloe said. Other artists celebrated include Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Mel Brooks, Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke and set designer Oliver Smith. The cabaret also has the alternative title Un cabaret de comedies musicales de l’age d’or and is the third one Chloe has written, directed and choreographed. A Cabaret of Golden Age Musicals plays at 7pm May 5, 6 and 7 with a 2pm matinee on May 7. Tickets are $20, $15 concession. The art deco Armadale District Hall is on the corner of Jull Street and Church Avenue.