Sydney Opera House will welcome the one-woman show Songs for Nobodies in August.
Theatre-goers keen to check out a top-notch production could go and see Songs for Nobodies after they get to Australia on cheap flights to Sydney.
It will be staged at Sydney Opera House’s Playhouse venue from August 4th to 19th, with shows taking place every evening except Monday and matinees available at the weekend.
Songs for Nobodies tells the story of five women’s encounters with iconic singers and how they changed their lives.
A representative from the venue remarked: “The wonderful new play by Australia’s renowned playwright Joanna Murray–Smith, was written especially to showcase the extraordinary talents of Australian singer and actress, Bernadette Robinson.”
Robinson, who impersonates Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday, Edith Piaf and Maria Callas, has sung in a variety of languages in theatres across the world, often performing the tunes of these legendary celebrities.
Tickets for the 90-minute show start from AU$79 (£53.10) and are available online.
Written by Erin Marshall