Songs of the Suburbs, Songs of the Sea: A Festival Portrait of our Port City
October 27, 2016 Leave a comment
Freo Festival kicks off on Friday. In case you have been hiding under a rock the a rather large new banner went up today making the most of the Fremantle Town Hall renovations (see below)
I am really looking forward to the Songs of the Suburbs, Songs of the Sea next Wednesday evening.
Kav Temperley (Eskimo Joe) fetches together some of Perth and Fremantle’s most distinguished tunesmiths and storytellers – amongst them MC Empty, the succulent Lucy Peach and legend Steve Parkin – for a profound and intimate night that weaves our streets, landscapes and lives together. A revealing musical portrait of our port city
Presented in two acts, Songs Of The Suburbs, Songs Of The Sea takes us on a sensorial, multi-platform odyssey that reveals much about these songwriters and the city of Fremantle we all call home. The show features exclusive photographic works by Matsu, video installations by Brendan Hutchens and narration by Sam Longley.
Doors open: 7pm. Show starts: 8pm