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Home Grown SONGBOOK Series featuring Craig Christie
25 Feb


Home Grown is proud to launch the Home Grown Songbook Series, an opportunity to shine the spotlight on some of our countries more prolific writers at a more in-depth, one-on-one level.

Beginning with ORiGiN™ Theatrical writer, Craig Christie, of the world's most licensed Australian Musical; Eurobeat. Home Grown is celebrating the release of Craig's new Songbook, and this event will bring together some of Melbourne's favourite Musical Theatre identities for a one night only celebration of original Australian musicals!

The Home Grown Songbook Series will feature a stunning line up of musical theatre favourites and hot newcomers; Francesca Arena, Michelle Brasier, Baylie Carson, Olivia Charalambous, Zoy Frangos, Chelsea Gibb, Joel Granger, Samm Hagen, Matt Heyward, Jacqui Hoy, Meg Hoult, Kristin Keam, Melissa Langton, Cameron MacDonald, Heather Manley, Lisa-Marie Parker, Kellie Rode, Brent Trotter, Drew Weston, Teagan Wouters & Craig Christie.

6 March
Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: $30 Full, $25 Concession
(+transaction fee)

Now Available - Craig Christie's new SONGBOOK $29.95.

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