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Songs for The Fallen - Nelson Arts Festival


Wed 12 Oct 2016, 7:30pm–9:00pm
Thu 13 Oct 2016, 7:30pm–9:00pm

Where: Founders Heritage Park, 87 Atawhai Dr, Nelson, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Early Bird (excluding TicketDirect service fee): $42.00 ea
  • Senior (excluding TicketDirect service fee): $42.00 ea
  • Full (excluding TicketDirect service fee): $47.00 ea
  • Groups of 6+ (per person, excl. TicketDirect service fee, available only at Theatre Royal: $42.00 ea
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Listed by: amanda280

An outrageous, corset-busting cabaret about a woman who knew one thing: good girls don’t make history.

Paris 1847. Marie Duplessis - courtesan, party girl, liar and legend – got out of bed, put on a dress, ordered a bottle of champagne, and sat alone in her Paris apartment to celebrate her birthday. She died 18 days later, aged 23.

Labelled by historians as the Princess Diana of her time, and the muse that inspired The Lady of the Camellias, La Traviata and Moulin Rouge!, Songs for the Fallen is an invitation to the decadent final party of the real-life woman who defied her fate and captivated a nation.

Australian cabaret star Sheridan Harbridge channels the delectable lady of pleasure, accompanied by a live electro-baroque score by Basil Hogios.

“Wonderfully rip-roaring, outrageous and fun, but it is the tinge of tragedy that really makes it sing.” - The Brag

“Bewitching” - New York Times

- Best Musical - New York Musical Theatre Festival
- Green Room Award - Best Artiste (Cabaret)
- Sheridan Harbridge - Best Performer (female), New York Musical Theatre Festival
- Best Cabaret – Melbourne Fringe (2010)

- A Critical Stages & Shane Anthony Production
- Written and performed by Sheridan Harbridge
- Featuring Ben Gerrard and Garth Holcombe
- Director Shane Anthony
- Music Basil Hogios
- Set Designer Michael Hankin
- Costume Design Lisa Mimmocchi
- Lighting Designer Alexander Berlage

Warning: Contains coarse language, nudity and strobe lighting.

Free pic's Granary Gigs both nights.
6 pm 12 Oct: Art & Alchemy, Deb Hardcastle & Friends
6 pm 13 Oct: Pacific Pioneers to The Niu Wave