Meow Meow’s Pandemonium
Time Out says
The show-stopping songstress and comedienne is teaming up with the MSO for two unforgettable nights
Meow Meow hardly needs an introduction. She has captivated audiences across the world – on stages as grand as Royal Albert Hall, Lincoln Center and the Hollywood Bowl. She’s been commissioned by Mikhail Baryshnikov and David Bowie, and played the likes of Edinburgh International, Brighton and Sydney Festivals, among numerous others. Now, she’s bringing her distinct blend of theatre, song, dance and performance art back to Melbourne.
On Friday, May 21 and Saturday, May 22, you’re invited to join the self-proclaimed “post-post-modern diva”, conductor Ben Northey, and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra as they bring her award-winning show, Pandemonium, to life at Hamer Hall. Expect an evening of “completely orchestrated chaos”, set to a soundtrack that jumps from Argentine tango to Weimar Republic opera and back, with Jacques Brel, Radiohead and original music by Meow Meow and Pink Martini’s Thomas M Lauder in between.
Bowie called Meow Meow an artist “you just never miss”, and now that live music is back in action(!!), you have no excuse not to. Arts Centre Melbourne’s indoor venues are operating at 75% capacity, so be sure to act fast if you don’t want to miss out.
|Event phone:||03 9929 9600|
|Venue name:||Hamer Hall|
Arts Centre Melbourne
100 St Kilda Rd
|Transport:||Nearby stations: Flinders Street|