After a successful launch last month, we are back to present a stellar line up of music, poetry and alternative comedy. Please reply to reserve a table and click here to BOOK TICKETS.
KRYSTIE STEVE – Celebrating the pizzazz, glamour, bling, heels, costumes, makeup and everything ‘Showbiz’, Krystie is electrifying to watch. Her natural ‘performer’ instinct on stage is something that can’t be taught but her ultimate goal is to help those suffering from depression and mental illness through the magic of music!
LOU MILLAR – A multi-instrumentalist with an unmistakable vocal sound, Lou’s music is sometimes described as etherial folk or ghost blues. As one half of electro/trip-hop duo, Twin Caverns, she has collaborated extensively. Her lyricism is honest and biting but the stories feel cryptically encoded within her breathy, celestial vocal delivery.
MKO SUN (Solo) – Multi-faceted singer, songwriter, producer and artist whose songwriting brings together a vast array of influences; from Stevie Wonder to Bjork; from Bacharach to hip-hop; merging everything from scored orchestral music to Neptunes-esque beats. Textures are varied and layered not “just because”, but to create deep sonic spaces and dreamlike places.
EUNICE ANDRADA – Eunice Andrada is a poet, arts organiser, and journalist based in Sydney. She has performed in diverse and questionable spaces, from the Sydney Opera House and The Banff Centre, to moving trains and cosy suburban living rooms. Her poetry has appeared in 2SER, Peril Magazine, and the interactive graphic novel ParraNormal (winner of IEBPN’s Global Best Award 2014), amongst others. She was the recipient of the John Marsden/Hachette Australia Prize in 2014. Hit her up for bad puns, ocean metaphors, and raps about kebabs.
NICOLE HENRIKSON – Nicole Henriksen is a seasoned independent festival performer, having toured original solo comedy shows for the past four years, she’s perfected the art of life on the road as much as the art of alternative comedy. Award-nominated alternative comedian and stripper, Nicole Henriksen, tells all about her life as a high-class tease, in her debut theatre show. Makin It Rain is an unflinching examination of the strip club culture, as well as our society’s relationship with sexuality and image.
God Queen is a non-profit collective of forward-thinking female artists who decided that they weren’t going to buy into the tall-poppy mentality or compete with one another to be successful. Think along the lines of Wu-Tang Clan; a posse of individually strong artists who have united to create a movement that impacts the world. Operating more like a tribal community, they work together for the shared success and mutual benefit of the tribe and the greater world they live in. The tagline: Return to Royalty conveys the philosophic keystone of the brand; women claiming royalty for themselves, rejecting any idea which assigns control to an external source. To claim one’s life as one’s own is a stand for responsibility and empowerment. Sometimes feisty, heartbroken, sexy and even ugly, but ALWAYS self-determined.
Come and enjoy an evening of inspirational art and support Australian women as they shape society with their collective voices.