WHO’S THAT GIRL? A TRIBUTE TO THE EURYTHMICS & ANNIE LENNOX

Rating: NR
Length: 120 mins

LIVE ON STAGE!

Who’s That Girl? A Tribute to Eurythmics & Annie Lennox
Sat Feb 13 at 8pm (Doors 7:30pm)
All Tickets $65 & includes glass of bubbles on arrival

Show schedule:
7.30pm doors
8pm 1st half – 60mins
9pm intermission
9:25pm 2nd half – 60mins
10.25pm finish

Following several sell out Sydney Shows Who’s That Girl? brings their incredible Eurythmics & Annie Lennox Tribute Show to the stunning Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace.

Starring Irish Singer and Actress Clodagh Reid of (Anúna, The Australian Fleetwood Mac, The Clinic) Clodagh’s strong soulful voice, passion and engaging performance brings the energy and vocals required to celebrate this legendary theatrical soul singer that is Annie Lennox. Supported by a stellar seven piece band, featuring Sydney’s finest musicians with Paul Najar on keyboard ( Great Gig in the Sky) Nick Meredith on guitar (Johnny and the E types) David Weir (Weirdassembly) on Sax, Adam Nicholls
( Party Inc) on bass, Luke Herbert ( Paul Kelly ) on Drumms and soul singer Carmel Mesiti (Vanessa Amorosi) on backing vocals.

Legendary duo Eurythmics (Annie Lennox & Dave Stewart) pioneered an era of techno/pop including epic hits such as ‘Sweet dreams’, ‘Love is a stranger’ later evolving into the soulful sounds of ‘Thorn in my side’ ‘Missionary Man’ and ‘There must be an Angel’ to name but a few. Eurythmics records achieved sales of over 75 million worldwide. Eurythmics have been awarded the best accolades in music including the Grammys, Ivor Novello, Hall of fame and MTV. Annie Lennox solo career was launched by the quadruple platinum album DIVA which brought amazing songs such as “Walking on broken Glass” ‘Why?’ & ‘Little Bird’ showing Annie Lennox theatricality. Combined Eurythmics & Annie Lennox provide countless quality hits.

Every song is a classic, every lyric is poetry and every moment of this will be magic!! Book early to avoid disappointment!

*Please note that while masks are no longer mandatory we still strongly encourage these as an added safety precaution.
*Please check in using the Service NSW QR Code at entry points.
*Seating is reserved for shows in our two largest auditoriums (The Orpheum and The Walsh) and our ticketing system automatically blocks out an empty seat to the left and right of other bookings as per current NSW Government guidelines for theatres.
*All guests MUST remain seated during the performance unless using the theatre facilities.
*NSW Health currently advises against singing in groups so we strongly recommend not singing along during the show.
*Please respect physical distancing when entering and exiting the venue.

Official Trailer