Darlo Sessions – Redefining What Theatre Can Be, With Live Music

Written by Staff Writers
Category: Music Published: Monday, 15 February 2021 17:27

Darlinghurst Theatre Company is redefining what you can put in a theatre and who can come.

In a unique line-up of forms and ideas, the company will present a lush new way to experience live music with Darlo Sessions.

The event is designed for both emerging and established artists, heavily weighted to presenting queer and/or gender diverse performers.

"This line-up is an eclectic array of music styles, centring its weight on the work of queer and gender- diverse artists," Darlo Sessions Curator and Darlinghurst Theatre Company Events Producers Mason Browne says.

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Banoffee - Image © Phebe Schmidt

"Our space is dynamic and has always been a place for community. The energy that this little music festival is going to create will be simply electric."

For three weekends across February-March, hour-long gigs will take over the venue as the theatre transforms into a music-lover's utopia.

Performers include rapper and saxophonist JamarzOnMarz, Jamaica Moana, Boy And Bucket, Erin Clare, Hot Potato Band, KYVA, imbi, Huck Hastings, Brendan Maclean, Jack Colwell, Okenyo and Banoffee.

Tickets are on sale now.

Darlo Sessions Schedule

26 February
Jamaica Moana

27 February

5 March
Boy And Bucket
Erin Clare

6 March
Hot Potato Band

11 March

12 March
Huck Hastings (Album Launch)
Brendan Maclean/Jack Colwell

13 March

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