TUNES FROM THE TUBE tour

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ARIA nominated indie classical quintet Topology reunites with the quirky Sisters from Esk to create musical mash-ups from popular TV and film.

A rehearsal weekend-stay at the Kransky Sisters’ house brings unexpected distractions when acclaimed local band Topology bring along their TV set… breaking life-long Kransky family rules. What follows is a musical trip of nostalgia for Topology and a daring delve into the darker side of modern day addictions for the sheltered siblings from Esk.

 

Watch as they combine forces to bring you unique versions of some of the world’s most-loved scores and songs. A must-see for fans of music, TV and film!

“Tunes from the Tube is full of fun, frivolity and even a few surprises.”

– Blue Curtains Brisbane

“If Wednesday Addams formed a girl band, the Kransky Sisters are what it would look like.”

– The Advertiser

TOUR DATES:

QUEENSLAND

TOOWOOMBA – SUN 6 SEP 6PM
Empire Theatre – BOOK HERE

ROCKHAMPTON – WED 9 SEP 7PM
Pilbeam Theatre – BOOK HERE

GLADSTONE – THU 10 SEP 7PM
Gladstone Entertainment Centre – BOOK HERE

PROSERPINE – FRI 11 SEP 6PM
Proserpine Entertainment Centre – BOOK HERE or call 49452312

CHARTERS TOWERS – SUN 13 SEP 4PM
The World Theatre

CAIRNS – TUE 15 SEP 7PM
Cairns Civic Theatre – BOOK HERE

TULLY – WED 16 SEP 7PM
Tully Multipurpose Hall

BOONAH – SAT 19 SEP 6PM
Boonah Cultural Centre – BOOK HERE

IPSWICH – TUE 20 OCT 7PM
Ipswich Civic Theatre

UNREPRESENTATIVE SWILL (QMF)

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Unrepresentative Swill
Sing, Prime Minister

Powerful words and musical brilliance collide in the moments that have shaped our nation.

In this brand new, distinctive work, Queensland’s own Topology and The Australian Voices bring provocative text and exceptional musicianship together to create a musical narrative inspired by famous speeches delivered throughout Australian history.

Composed by Topology’s masterminds Robert Davidson and John Babbage alongside musical powerhouse Gordon Hamilton, the performance traverses pivotal moments from our nation’s history.

Unrepresentative Swill takes the words right out of our Prime Ministers’ mouths – from MenziesDeclaration of War to Whitlam’s Well May We Say; Abbott’s A Stain on Our Souls to Gillard’s Misogyny speech – marrying them seamlessly to an overlay of stirring music and choral work.

Introduced with witty personal and societal observations by author, comedian and TV personality Adam Spencer, this powerful, thought-provoking performance is not to be missed.

Featuring:
Adam Spencer
Topology
The Australian Voices
, directed by Gordon Hamilton

EVENT DETAILS:

WED 29 JUL 8PM
Concert Hall, QPAC
BOOK HERE