Things are scary for a lot of us, but in SA we’ve been very lucky and it looks like events and live shows are able to still continue. If you’re in a position where you can come along and support artists, please help us keep this industry and our dreams alive. You can book tickets to my performances of Love at a Distance next Saturday and Sunday via the Holden Street Theatres website.
I’ve written this open letter to potential audiences who might be feeling worried about booking during these crazy times.
Dear friends,what a strange few months it has been with ongoing uncertainty around Australia. Many of the people I’ve connected with recently have started to really recognise the ongoing impacts of the pandemic in all kinds of unexpected ways. To put it bluntly, many of… Read More »Love, life and attending live events during a Pandemic
Last week I wrote and shared a letter with you, my audience, before the South Australia lockdown was announced. This was forwarded to the media as part of the promo for my Umbrella Festival season of Love At A Distance. I was lucky enough to be… Read More »“Snap lockdown, but arts staying alive” – Opinion Piece in The Advertiser
Site updated 13/8/21 ~ Rescheduled to September due to July SA Lockdown. Please, book now to support local artists! I’m super excited to share that Love at a Distance will be coming back for two shows only at Holden Street Theatres as part of The… Read More »Love at a Distance @ Umbrella Festival 2021
Reconciliation Week & Make Music Day… It may seem counterintuitive to talk about these two things in the same post, but since 2020 for me the two have been intertwined.
The Adelaide Fringe offers an amazing smorgasboard of creative experiences for audiences to soak up regardless of their age, interests or abilities. Fringe Festivals operate all over the world and offer an open access opportunity for creatives to share their work with new audiences and… Read More »Adelaide Fringe 2021 recommendations (part 1!)
How I’m making Love at a Distance more accessible for Adelaide Fringe 2021 Adelaide Fringe is the second largest ‘open access’ arts festival in the world. ‘Open Access’ means that anyone is able to present work, regardless of their life experience or background. This is… Read More »How I’m making Love at a Distance more accessible for Adelaide Fringe 2021
After a year where distant love felt more relevant than ever, I’m very excited to share that I’ll be bringing back “Ukulele Dream Girl: Love at a Distance” as part of the Adelaide Fringe in 2021! Thanks to the support of the Department of Premier… Read More »Love at a Distance: Show Returns for Adelaide Fringe 2021!