TAMI NEILSON: BRASS, STRINGS … SING

Wellington: June 10 Opera House 7pm Ticketmaster
Christchurch: June 12 Isaac Theatre Royal 7.30pm Ticketek
Auckland: June 13 The Civic 7pm Ticketmaster

Canadian-born, New Zealand-based rockabilly, soul-swinging, fire belting dynamo Tami Neilson announces a three-date New Zealand theatre tour this June, BRASS, STRINGS … SING.

With a voice straight from the golden age of soul, country and rockabilly music, whose powerful voice can take on big ballads, heartfelt Gospel, soul-infused R&B, Western swing, even old-style rock n roll  – and a sky-high beehive to match – Tami Neilson has been described by Radio NZ as ‘a red-hot honky tonk, somewhere between Patsy Cline and Wanda Jackson’.

Previous media accolades come from both sides of the Atlantic, including Rolling Stone, which called her ‘a fire-breathing belter on her own terms’’ and the UK’s Guardian, which asserted that ‘’her powerhouse would still go boom!” This new album brings much personal and family history to the table.

Singing her heart out along endless roads and stages, from her days as a young girl in Canada touring with the Neilson Family Band, opening for the likes of Johnny Cash, to her full blossoming in New Zealand as a formidable talent in her own right, Tami Neilson has won the Tui Award for each of her past four albums.

www.tamineilson.com | www.libertystage.com

Sandra Roberts Publicity

M + 64 21 525 104     E sandra@skip.co.nz

Mary Poppins - the musical - POSTPONED

Mary Poppins has been postponed until further notice.

The Amici Trust Board, the G&T Productions Directors take the health, safety and wellbeing of our audiences, theatre staff, cast, crew, volunteers and contractors very seriously.  

We are constantly monitoring this situation closely and in line with the latest COVID-19 advice, detailed yesterday by the New Zealand Government, regarding the cancelling of gatherings and public events of 500 or more people held outdoors or indoors, we regret to advise that the April season of Mary Poppins at the Bruce Mason Centre has been postponed.  

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