Sentimental Journey the cabaret opens on June 2 at the historic James Theatre Dungog, home of the Dungog Film Festival.
It stars Vivienne Powell and her talented musicians, music director and pianist Glenn Amer, Dave Pudney on bass and Dave Williamson on drums.
Vivienne Powell is a singer and actress, born in Sydney and lately a resident of Dungog.
She is a highly experienced concert artist, accomplished in singing in six languages and her repertoire encompasses many genres, including classical, opera, operetta, musical theatre, cabaret and jazz.
Sentimental Journey honours the lives and music of three extraordinary artists, Ella Fitzgerald, Julie London and Doris Day, in particular the songs they recorded in the period from late 1940s to early 1960s.
As well, there may just be a surprise appearance by a great opera diva.
The show features many well-loved songs from the period, such as My Funny Valentine, Just One Of Those Things, Secret Love, Bye Bye Blackbird, The Good Life, Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps, Que Sera Sera, I Love Paris, When I Fall In Love, and many, many more.
Come and experience some old style glamour at an iconic venue, enjoying a delicious dinner and a memorable night of wonderful music.
Proceeds to necessary renovations of the James Theatre.
For more information phone Liz Hughes 4992 3825 or mobile 0447 773 277.
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