A Tribute to the Music of Kate Bush
Presented by Guilty Pleasures Shows and directed by Louise McCabe
ADELAIDE KATE BUSH TRIBUTE SHOW – 2 SHOWS ONLY
After bursting onto the charts as a 19-year old with her astonishing debut single, Wuthering Heights, singer, songwriter, musician, producer and dancer, Kate Bush has arguably become the most influential British woman in rock.
A stellar line-up
Guilty Pleasures Shows is delighted to bring together a stellar line-up to pay tribute to the music of Kate Bush, led by acclaimed Celtic harpist and ethereal soprano Siobhan Owen.
Siobhan will be joined by some of Adelaide’s finest musicians: Deborah Brennan, Ingrid Homburg, Pearl Tizzie, Dylan Warren, Kara White and Dylan Woolcock, with lush harmonies provided by women’s choir Adelaide Sound Connection.
Directed and produced by Louise McCabe, with musical direction from Pearl Tizzie and dance by Claire, Alice and Lily Langsford, the show features some of Kate's greatest hits – plus a few of her lesser-known masterpieces.
Two shows only, so get in quickly!
OUR COVID PLAN
HST is incredibly excited to present a safe and secure experience at the theatre. To ensure public safety we have implemented a COVID Safe plan. Social distancing, density and hygiene practices will be adhered to at all times. Only attend the event if you are feeling well. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms please ensure you get tested as soon as possible and follow social isolation guidelines until you recover.
If you are unable to attend your event please contact Guilty Pleasures Shows to discuss your ticketing options.
The safety and health of our patrons, staff and performers is our main priority and we will do everything we can to ensure a fun and safe evening out.
Dates: 9th & 10th October
9 Oct: 8:00pm
10 Oct: 3:00pm
General Admission: $35
Venue: The Studio
34 Holden Street, Hindmarsh SA 5007
FREE PARKING AVAILABLE
HST are making every effort to make our performances accessible to all patrons. The Studio has accessible seating.
Holden Street Theatres' support of this project has been made possible through Arts South Australia funding.