An Experimental Evening with Tushara Rose & Friends

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An Experimental Evening with Tushara Rose & Friends

The Old Bar

You are cordially invited to…
A single launch, “Nearly Written”

Join us at The Old Bar on a fine Spring Thursday for a night of strange music, contemplative spoken word and a chin-scratching play.

Your favourite avant-folk, former Arthurian sorceress, Tushara Rose, will be launching her debut single (DEBUT! AT THIS OLD AGE??? HAVEN’T U BEEN ON THE SCENE FOR YEARS T-RO???) “Nearly Written”, and has put together a truly special line-up for your delight.

Tushara Rose
Avant-garde folk singer and all round $ick b1tch, Tushara Rose has been delighting and horrifying audiences with her labyrinthine music since 1542. Her complex songwriting and inventive storytelling will make you cry, laugh, and scratch your chin (if you have allergies).

‘3 seconds is all it took to get me feeling joyful and in love with this song. 3 seconds. This is really really good stuff’ – a honeybeam review. honeybeam will be performing for literally thousands of seconds on this wondrous evening. imagine the ecstasy!

Eddy Burger performing an Original Experimental Play
Local theatre legend Eddy Burger will be performing the original play, ”Woe be to she/he who doth cross a cardboard automaton.” written in collaboration with Alex Filipovic. Joining Eddy on stage are Juno Valkyrie, Gerard Lewis-Fitzgerald, and Lulu Lala.

Bree Marchbank
Bree Marchbank is a sound artist and musician connected and a part of country’s song upon bangerang, yorta yorta and taungurung land and waters. co-creating sound journeys that bring people together, share in celebration and deep listening. weaving sonic pieces that orbit around improvisations of poetry, synth, and percussive elements carrying a universal story of connection and spirit near and far

Alyssa Sullivan performing Immersive Spoken Word
A mind muser, who weaves tangential webs to digest. Through lyrical poetic transfusions straight to ur mainframe bby
What even is poetry anyway?