'Disenchanted: a Cabaret of Twisted Fairy Tales' at Murrah Hall Sept 14th

'Disenchanted: a Cabaret of Twisted Fairy Tales' at Murrah Hall for 2 shows only on Saturday 14th September, 2pm & 7pm

Book tickets online HERE for just $26.50 or pay $27 at the door (cash only)

Fresh from a highly successful season at the Sydney Fringe Festival and supported by Arts on Tour and Create NSW, Eliane Morel (writer & performer) returns to the Sapphire Coast with Daryl Wallis (musical director & accompanist) to bring you ‘Disenchanted: a Cabaret of Twisted Fairy Tales' for adults.

Witty, musical and totally original, ‘Disenchanted’ transports you to a 17th Century Parisian salon hosted by the Godmother of fairy tales, Madame d'Aulnoy. Here you will be entertained, amused and aroused by fairy tale characters gathering to sing their stories – but with a twist (often prophetically relevant to today): the Wolf from Little Red Riding Hood reveals his tender side; the Goose who lays golden eggs in Jack and the Beanstalk joins the Vegan revolution and the ugly sister whistle-blows on Cinderella's dastardly housework roster… to name just a few!

Eliane is a Sydney based concert and cabaret singer, actor and writer. She performs throughout Sydney and Regional New South Wales, and is principal Mezzo Soprano with Sydney’s favourite boutique opera company, Opera Bites. Eliane has performed many times for enthusiastic Far South Coast audiences, including the Sapphire Coast Music Society, the Sapphire Coast Alliance Française, Narooma Twilight Concerts and Bermagui’s Community Christmas Carols. She is thrilled to return with her new show.

“Mesmerising, funny, sharp, talented and clever. With a vocal range to match any sound system!"


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