TEENY TINY STEVIES' TEA PARTY Comes to Arts Centre Melbourne

TEENY TINY STEVIES' TEA PARTY Comes to Arts Centre Melbourne

Little ones and their families are invited to a tea party with a difference when the much-loved children's band the Teeny Tiny Stevies take to the stage on 1 July as part of Arts Centre Melbourne's High Tea Live series. The fun-filled morning of treats and music for kids and their grown-ups will also feature a special pre-concert boogie with Andrew McClelland's Starting School.

While the little ones enjoy the performance and tuck into a High Tea menu designed just for them, parents have the chance to enjoy a glass of sparkling or a pot of freshly brewed tea with house-made cakes, pastries and scones with jam and cream.

The Teeny Tiny Stevies are Melbourne sisters Byll and Beth from folk band The Little Stevies. The pair started playing around with children's songs in 2015 to teach Byll's three-year-old about the challenges of toilet training. The side hobby was so fun and effective that before they knew it they had written and recorded a full-length album, Useful Songs for Little People. After the runaway success of the first album they are back with the highly-anticipated second release Helpful Songs for Little People. Featuring irresistible melodies and captivating performances, they create music that keeps children entertained without driving parents crazy.

"The music we write for kids has created so many wonderful opportunities, including the chance to play in beautiful venues we'd only ever dreamed of playing before. We're absolutely thrilled to come back to Arts Centre Melbourne to share songs from our new album and steal cakes from the High Tea menu, maybe even sneak a champers too," says Byll.

Before Teeny Tiny Stevies take the stage, DJ Andrew McClelland will get families dancing with his set, Starting School. The mastermind behind Melbourne's iconic party Finishing School, has created a dance marathon for kids and adults alike. There will be smash hits from The Smiths, the Beatles, Beyoncé, Daft Punk, The Supremes, Prince and more.

Arts Centre Melbourne's High Tea Live series combines Melbourne's two great loves, food and culture. Previously known as Jazz High Tea, High Tea Live expands upon the jazz genre with performances featuring swing, rock, cabaret, opera and Broadway as well as special sessions for families. The beloved Arts Centre Melbourne tradition, features a different act on the first Sunday of every month from March until December.

Book: artscentremelbourne.com.au or 1300 182 183

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