This performance sees one of Australia’s most successful and respected singer/ songwriters performing an intimate concert of songs drawn from his most recent album – ‘Between You and Me’ as well as selections from his vast back catalogue of recordings.
This is a chance to hear the acclaimed singer songwriter Lior in a manner harking back to archetypal ‘salon’ concerts; where both audience and performer share an evening enjoying the connection that only proximity can offer.
Lior burst on to the Australian music scene in 2005 with his stunning debut album - ‘Autumn Flow’. Recorded and released entirely independently, and spearheaded by ‘This Old Love’ and subsequent singles ‘Daniel’ and ‘Autumn Flow’, the album became one of the most successful independent debuts in Australian history.
A swag of accolades followed, amongst them three Aria nominations (including Best Male Artist), as well as Triple J’s prestigious ‘J Award’ nomination for Album of the Year. Subsequent releases ‘Corner of an Endless Road’, (2008) and ‘Tumbling into the Dawn’ (2010) were also a huge success, debuting at #2 on the Australian Albums chart and topping the Independent charts for several weeks, as well as earning the gifted songwriter a further three Aria nominations.
Lior is known for his dynamic and moving performances, and has earned a reputation as one of Australia’s finest live performers. He is part of a rare breed of artists that has achieved a great degree of success and critical acclaim, whilst maintaining an independence and individuality in their craft.
Don’t miss the chance to see him in this one-off intimate solo show.
TUBULAR BELLS FOR TWO - AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2020
One album, two men, too many instruments! The multi-award winning hit show Tubular Bells For Two returns to tour Australia in 2020.
Two highly talented musicians, Daniel Holdsworth and Tom Bamford, battle with a stageful of instruments to reproduce Mike Oldfield’s classic Tubular Bells album live. One slip, and it could all go horribly wrong! The barefoot duo dash around the stage, performing a multitude of instruments live in an intricately choreographed, thrilling piece of theatre. For the audience, the fun lies in not only hearing the music of a classic album beautifully played, but also in the tension of knowing that the slightest mistake could bring the whole show crashing to a halt!
Tubular Bells For Two made its debut at the Sydney Fringe Festival in 2010, where it won the award for ‘Best Musical Moment.’ It then went on to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2012, where it wowed critics and audience alike, winning 5-star reviews and much-coveted Herald Angel and ‘Sixth Star’ Bobby awards, and has sold out concerts around the globe since.
For more details go to: www.tubularbellsfortwo.com
Watch the trailer at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdMVOs5e-ZY
Come and Celebrate the magical hits of The King Of Rock n Roll in a sensational 2 hour Concert Spectacular.
All of Elvis” No 1 hits will be performed in the original style that made Elvis the greatest performer that ever lived.
Internationally Acclaimed sensation Mark Anthony, one of the most dynamic Elvis tribute artists in the world today, brings this unique period to life – the songs, the costumes, the emotion, the energy, the raw power – all brought together in a two hour concert spectacular.
Mark Anthony is officially endorsed by Elvis Presley Enterprises and Graceland USA as one of the top Professional Elvis Tributes in the world to date. Mark’s stage presence, incredible vocal ability and authentic costuming, is backed by his amazing and energetic band. Together they bring the Elvis experience to a whole new level.
If you only see one Elvis show this year, make sure it is ELVIS – If I Can Dream starring the people’s favourite the dynamic Mark Anthony.
Written & Directed by Tony Briggs
The Sapphires is a heart-warming tale inspired by the true story of Tony Brigg' mother. Set in 1968 during landmark changes to Aboriginal rights, it tells the story of a singing group of four young Yorta Yorta women, discovered by a talent scout at St Kilda's Tiki Club. He convinces them to tour Vietnam to sing classic soul songs for the troops and it becomes a life-altering trip to the depths of war and back again. Whilst The Sapphires explores issues such as race, prejudice and pleas for acceptance, it is an energetic and engaging play that affirms life and the realisation of dreams.