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Andrew McKinnon presents

Falling in Love Again


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

05 August 2018

Event Type

Live Event

Jennifer Ward-Lealand pays tribute
to the iconic actress and singer Marlene Dietrich, in Falling in Love Again.

This show was devised in collaboration with musical director and pianist Grant Winterburn. Singing highlights from Miss Dietrich’s films, concerts and recordings, Jennifer features songs by Cole Porter, Edith Piaf, Frederic Hollander and Pete Seeger. Jennifer and Grant are joined by bass player Aaron Coddel.

Beautifully lit by lighting designer Andrew Malmo, and featuring an exquisite recreation of one of Dietrich’s famous gowns, this show vividly captures the style and glamour of a time gone by.

The foot-stomping demand for an encore and standing ovation before the final notes had faded say it all … Jennifer Ward-Lealand’s audience is spell-bound”. Theatreview

“The spellbinding web this trio weaves is nothing short of captivating… it was wonderful to overhear older members of the audience swooning excitedly after the show about how perfect every detail was”Huxley

Dates & Times
Sunday 5 August at 2pm

Ticket Options

Members Adult $64
Member Concession $54
Adult $69
Pensioner $59
Groups 6 + $54
Child Under 16 / Full Time Students $29
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30

Available Dates

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Duration

1 hour 30 mins (includes 20 minute interval)

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