Bernadette Robinson Comes To Melbourne Recital Centre

Bernadette Robinson Comes To Melbourne Recital CentreBernadette Robinson will perform a new show at Melbourne Recital Centre on Sunday 14th October at 5pm.

This comes as the exciting news is announced that the uniquely talented Australian singer and actor is taking her critically acclaimed one-woman tour de force Song for Nobodies to the West End for a limited seven week run in January to February 2019.

RGM Productions & Daniel Sparrow Productions in association with Bill Bowness, Robin Campbell, Ros Andrews and Andrew Buxton made the announcement in the UK last week. The production, directed by Simon Phillips and written by Joanna Murray Smith specifically to showcase Bernadette's extraordinary vocal ability , had its European premiere at Wilton's Music Hall earlier this year and opened to wide critical and audience acclaim. Bernadette was nominated as "Best Female Performer" in the "Offies", the annual awards for London's off-West End theatre industry.

She's starred in sold out seasons of Pennsylvania Avenue and Songs for Nobodies, a favourite of Melbourne Recital Centre's performing artists Bernadette Robinson returns for a sparkling concoction of musical delights. Meet surprise guests (think Shirley Bassey and Julie Andrews) and delight in interpretations of songs from her favourite contemporary songwriters. Don't miss this final chance to see her before she leaves for London!

Bernadette Robinson's critically acclaimed performances in multiple sell-out seasons of her one-woman musical plays have confirmed her standing as one of Australia's leading singers/actresses. Together with eventual winner Cate Blanchett, Bernadette was nominated for a Helpmann Award in 2012 as Best Female Actor in a Play, she played the role of Beatrice in Nick Enright and Terry Clarke's The Venetian Twins and has appeared in lead roles with Chamber Made Opera and Wellington City Opera. She is a familiar figure on Australian concert stages, having given sell out concerts at the Sydney Opera House, Adelaide Festival Centre, the Melbourne Recital Centre and its neighbor Hamer Hall, and the Queensland Performing Arts Centre. In addition to her one-woman shows, she has had great success performing at high profile events for large corporates across Australia and (singing in English and in local languages) in Tokyo, Beijing (during the 2008 Olympic Games) Shanghai (during the 2010 World Expo), Hong Kong, Macau, Buenos Aires, Singapore, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Toronto.

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