Our next performance of Voyage will be at the Lake School in Koroit on January 2nd. We’re looking forward to our first presentation on the ‘Shipwreck Coast” of South West Victoria. Our performance will be on opening night of the week long Lake School.
Enrol in the school and experience a week of lessons on your chosen instrument with experts in celtic music or come for our performance and be transported back to 1833 and the journey 287 women take to Australia.
$10.00 on the night. www.lakeschool.com.au
The Good Girl Song Project will be heading up the guts of Victoria into NSW to play at the Roxy Theatre in Leeton. This will be the show’s first time at the Roxy and we’re looking forward to connecting with the local community through our songwriting workshop and performance. The crew will be bringing books and CD’s that you can purchase to remember the experience. There will be a passenger list in the foyer. Perhaps, one of the women is an ancestor or you’ll find that missing story in your family history. Find out on Sunday 17th November, The Roxy Theatre, Leeton. Purchase tickets here.
We will be appearing at Maldon Folk Festival the first weekend in November. This is a lovely festival in the heart of the Victorian Goldfields. It’s steeped in history which is a perfect place for us to present our offerings. The festival had asked we present Voyage Part 1 and 2. We can’t wait to share the show with everyone. See you there!
We are heading to the gorgeous village of Cobargo on the Southern Coast of NSW to present “Voyage” at the Cobargo Folk Festival. We hope that you can join us. There’s a stellar line-up, a promise of good weather and a friendly festival, what more could you ask? See you there.
We’re really excited to be a part of this year’s Healesville Music Festival. Check out their website for a list of great acts. We will be appearing on Saturday 17th November at 10.45am at the Uniting Church Hall – best brunch before you come or hold off until afterward as we can’t promise you won’t be seasick when we play “Oh, The Sea”. (Click to hear the song).
Photo by David Wayman