Grace + Hugh
Saturday 11 May, 7pm
Grace and Hugh met on the road. Grace was on the run from art school with a sketchpad full of songs. Hugh was returning from playing a thousand shows across Australia and the United States, racking up songwriting and performance credits with the likes of INXS, Keith Urban and soul legend Lou Rawls. That chance meeting prompted a musical detour, pushing an upright piano down side roads and back alleys, writing contemporary songs influenced by country, blues and soul music.
Grace + Hugh have just recorded their first album together with a stellar band between Sydney and Nashville, featuring co-writes with Don Walker (Cold Chisel) and Bones Hillman (Midnight Oil). A festival act with infectious grooves and melodies to pluck at heartstrings, Grace’s powerful voice and striking stage presence are the perfect foil for Hugh’s soulful piano playing and warm baritone… and their vocal chemistry is starting fires on stages across the country.
Saturday 1 June, 2pm (new date)
Sun 16 June 2019 – 7:30 pm
Line-up to be announced soon
Early Bird Tickets now: http://bit.ly/MICFR19
Wed 24th July 2019, 10am
presented by Jally Entertainment
20 Years in the Biz Tour
Roald Dahl’s The Twits –
Fri 9 August 2019
presented by Spare Parts Puppet Theatre
Evening Stars with Jane Rutter and Peter Cousens
Sun 15 September 2019 – 2pm Matinee show
You’ll Never Guess Where I Hid The Cheese
October School Holidays
BOBBI & WANDA ARE SUPERHEROES.
THEY’RE HERE TO DEFEAT THE EVIL MR. CHEESEHEAD.
BUT FIRST THEY’RE GOING TO HAVE A SNACK.
AND MAYBE A NAP.
“100 out of 10” – Finnley (age 8)
“I haven’t laughed so hard in all of the comedy festival.”
YOU’LL NEVER GUESS WHERE I HID THE CHEESE is a clown show. It’s Freddy Mercury with a cheesehead, extravagantly mimed escapes and lots of cheesy portmanteaus (“it’s a travescheese!”). Next to all this, it’s Steve Meagher on the keys, making the full range of kooky sound effects and musical wonders on a Korg R3 synthesizer.
The “out-of-the-ordinary” (The Plus Ones) Debbie Zukerman and “superb” (Adelaide Theatre Guide) Alicia Gonzalez are joined by Steve Meagher, and together they’ll take you on an adventure into the heart of Cheese