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The Band of the South Australian Police are appearing in August.
Jacqui and Brenton, String Fever, combine their early years in the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and many years in entertainment across Australia to present a show that is unique, classy and most importantly alot of fun. From Benny and Bjorn to Rodgers and Hammerstein you will definitely enjoy this show!
The Band of the South Australian Police covers traditional Military Music, Light Popular Classics, Swing Music, Vocals Popular and Swing. Featuring current Movie Themes, Contemporary arrangements from the Symphonic Band Repertoire and selections from Broadway Musicals.
Don’t miss South Australia’s Queen of Country as she takes you on a journey through a career that spans more years than she cares to admit to! Carole will also be joined by Marlene Richards and Jenny Loftes for a taste of the 40s as they bring back the unforgettable harmonies of the Andrews Sisters.
The APRA Orchestra returns performing popular music from stage shows, ballet and opera with Heather Blewett’s images of loved global and local stars, casts and crews taken at the Adelaide Festival Theatre.
Featuring radio identity Barry Ion who was part of the Breakfast duo Bazz and Pilko which spanned 21 years and vocalist Andy Upton who had a number one hit ‘Stop in the Name of Love’ in the mid seventies. Together they perform popular songs that have gone ‘platinum’ over the years.
Barry Morgan has charmed his way in to Australian lounge rooms with his unforgettable performances on Spicks and Specs, Gordon Street Tonight and The Circle. Since then he’s played to sell-out audiences at the Sydney Comedy Festival, Melbourne Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe at the famous Spiegeltent. He’s even been seen displaying his organ for NZ comedy and the Edinburgh Comedy Festival. Barry will definitely get you in the Moog!