upcoming live concerts

Eleanor McEvoy

Eleanor McEvoy

DatesThu 20 October 2016

Starts: 8pm

Price: $40 Adult, $32 Con, $22 Child, $35 Group (10)

Eleanor McEvoy continues her Naked... Live tour, which will take her to Ireland, Spain, Germany, Australia Scotland with more territories to be added in the UK and elsewhere in 2017.
 
Naked Music is Eleanor’s new album, her music played in solitude in a beautiful farm recording studio in Norfolk, England. The recordings became a collaboration with famed British artist Chris Gollon. The Purchase of a Chris Gollon, a meeting and conversations led to the Title Naked Music. With this focus, 4 canvasses were painted for the album album art work, then the tour de force Naked Music The Exhibition in Gallery Different in Trendy Fitzrovia London, the opening night, a special concert by Eleanor playing Naked…Live, surrounded by 24 paintings inspired by the songs and titles of the album.
 
Naked... Live sees this solitary exploration of the best of her catalogue in the simple engaging starkness of her own performance. 
You Can't Stop the Beat

You Can't Stop the Beat

DatesSat 22 October 2016

Starts: 8pm

Price: $40 All Tickets

Hold onto your hats and never underestimate the power of glitter Lismore. We’re back! And bringing you the perfect evening to shake your groove thing, to chase the blues away, to ‘pony up’ and feast your eyes on some of the best musical numbers from stage and screen performed live in our new show, ‘You can’t stop the beat.

Unforgettable - Nat King Cole Tribute

Unforgettable - Nat King Cole Tribute

DatesThu 27 October 2016

Starts: 7:30pm

Price: $27.20 Adult, $22.20 Con, $22.20 Group (8)

Dorian’s childhood hero was Nat King Cole. While other teens were buying Cold Chisel and ACDC records, Dorian was spending his pocket money on Nat Cole records and imitating Nat’s piano and vocal stylings (and has the playground bruises to prove it!). A natural entertainer, Dorian and his swinging trio will take you through Nat Cole’s rich life in story and song, with lots of laughs along the way. Playing Nat’s original trio arrangements, the show is highly entertaining.

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