The Irish-French singer and storyteller-in-song Camille O'Sullivan will return to New Zealand as part of the 2019 Auckland Arts Festival in March with Cave, a new show devoted entirely to the music of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds.
O'Sullivan tours the world interpreting, with her powerful voice and intoxicating charisma, the dark and bittersweet narrative songs of artists, including Tom Waits, David Bowie, Leonard Cohen, Radiohead and Kurt Weill, among others.
In this stunning new show, Camille explores the dark and light of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds music. In her dangerous yet fragile theatrical style, Camille embarks on a personal discovery of a man of many guises; violent, beautiful, logical, crazy, devout, troubled and religious.
Thanks to the lovely people at the Auckand Arts Festival, we have tickets to give away to Camille's show at The Civic on Wednesday 13 March, simply enter your details below and you're in the draw.
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The biggest annual celebration of arts and culture in Aotearoa returns in March, to locations across Tāmaki Makaurau. Auckland's many theatres, galleries, and unique venues like marae and the Stardome, will house some of the most exciting performance, art and music events from New Zealand and around the world.
As ever, the AAF programme includes theatre, dance, music and visuals arts. Taking place 7-24 March, the vast programme of over 42 individual events celebrates people and culture, investigates some of the most important issues facing the world today and offers audiences a chance to escape the everyday with a few laughs.