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MedRevue 2017 - Applications OPEN

Applications to Convene MedRevue in 2017 are now open!

2017 Convenor Applications


Are you the Opioid equivalent in Comic Relief? Do you suffer from cerebral hyperplasia of the auditory cortex? Have you ever dreamed of killing off a character conveniently played by Tom Eckert?


Applications to convene MedRevue in 2017 are now open! Applications should be in the form a maximum of 1 page outlining your goals and ideas for MedRevue in 2017.


Send through applications and any queries to


Applications close 5pm 20th Dec 2016


May the force be with you.

What is MedRevue?

MedRevue is a unique musical production showcasing the exceptional artistic talents of Adelaide medical students, both on stage and off. Filled with many years of history, MedRevue is always an innovative, unique and original performance that comically highlights life as an Adelaide Medical School student. As a solely student run production there are opportunities for over 60 students to be involved, from costume designing, playing in the band, and working side stage. MedRevue seeks to encourage students to maintain interests outside of medicine, and offers a number of leadership opportunities.


This year MedRevue is proud to present “Star Wards: Return of the Medi” over two spectacular nights on the September 8th and 9th. All funds raised will support APYexchange.

This year MedRevue is proudly sponsored by:

Balco Australia       TADS Embroidery 


Adelaide BMW 

What is APYexchange?

APYexchange is a holiday program initiative of the AMSS for Anangu children aged 5-18 in the remote Aboriginal Community of Mimili, South Australia. The program seeks to promote healthy lifestyle choices through cooking classes, daily sports activities, the importance of hygiene, as well as team bonding exercises. As a cross-cultural learning experience, medical students engage and bond with community members, gaining insight into Aboriginal culture, which helps identify the barriers to achieve good health. Through this learning experience, we can improve accessibility to culturally sensitive healthcare for Aboriginal people in the future. The next school holiday program will run from July 11th - 15th this year.