Review: Triage! A Nursing Cabaret: DISCHARGED!

I have a lot of respect for nurses they work hard and have a lot to deal with on a daily basis.

This show stars Zule Khan who has been a nurse for 15 years.

During the semi-autobiographical show, we learn about her childhood and how she was always destined to become a nurse.

She talks about being at university and during the first placement (working in a hospital) 50 per cent of her classmates dropped out. In the final part of the show she shares some of the most hilarious stories from working on the ward.

Zule has this amazing stage presence and charisma which makes you want to smile, dance and sing along with her.

She has the audience in the palm of her hand throughout the show.

As Zule says, “Growing old is compulsory, but growing up isn’t!”

I think is the perfect attitude and she demonstrates this through the fun she has on stage.

With her vocal range, engaging storytelling and pun-filled jokes Zule will have you laughing throughout as she reveals some of the secrets of nursing.

If I was sick I’d love to have Zule as my nurse; her bright, bubbly personality is infectious – and infectious laughter is great medicine!

Triage! A Nursing Cabaret: DISCHARGED!

13 – 23 Feb at 6:30pm
The Palace Society at Flour Palace

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