EVENT DATE: 16 November 2014
A spectacular cabaret show paying homage to some of the great women singers from 1920 to 1970 from Billy Holiday, Edith Piaf, Marlene Deitrich & Patsy Cline through to Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin & Tina Turner. Kelly has sought out empowering anecdotes of the women who used their talents to create careers for themselves on the stage and screen. Kelly does not attempt to mimic these legendary voices, instead she brings a fresh sound to their classic songs. Lightning quick costume changes, and a vast repertoire of songs accompanied by a quality band ensure a show with pizzaz.
Date: Sunday 16 November
Venue: Stawell Entertainment Centre
Address: 65 Main St, Stawell
Time: 5.00pm to 7.30pm
Entry: $20 pre booked at Stawell Library or $25 on the day at the door
ABOUT THE HALL
Stawell has maintained a proud, friendly and authentic country feel. This is evident in a number of fine historic buildings, including the Town Hall. The animated clock and Westminster chimes still ring daily. Stawell Town Hall was constructed in 1872, under the guidance of Stawell Shire Engineer, John D’Alton. The town hall underwent significant postwar remodelling, culminating in the addition of the landmark clock tower in 1939. The Stawell Town Hall includes a 400 seat auditorium c/w a large raised stage area fully equipped with stage lighting, audio facilities and dressing rooms all of which is used constantly throughout each year to accommodate the wide variety of entertainment that is presented at this venue.