The Carole King Story

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1 Venue

The Garage International @ Adelaide Town Hall

128 King William St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

Please enter via the laneway on Pirie Street or next to the Pilgrim Church on Flinders Street. Our venue is an independent structure located in the back of the main Town Hall building. It is not easily accesible from King William Street. Posters on A-Frames are on Pirie and Flinders Streets to guide you.

Content warnings: G

Family Friendly:

Yes

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About this event

Following two consecutive sell out runs at Edinburgh Fringe, The Carole King Story premiers at The Adelaide Fringe 2019 to take you on a journey through the life, career and incredible music of the twenty-time platinum hit maker.

This new 'show-umentary' format gives a fascinating insight into the woman behind the music.

Featuring passionate renditions of 'I Feel the Earth Move', 'Natural Woman', 'You've Got a Friend' and many more. This astonishing back catalogue is realised with authenticity by Phoebe Katis an established singer-songwriter whose music features in the multi BAFTA award winning film Kajaki.

"Wow, what an experience" BBC Kent
"Belted out numbers with real understanding" Irish News
"Just beautiful" BBC Radio Scotland
"Sang and played with flair" Three Weeks

Presented by:
Night Owl Shows & The Garage International

Night Owl Shows presents groundbreaking and informative productions depicting the lives of some of the most influential singer songwriters of the 20th Century. Our shows are delivered with integrity and passion and without silly wigs and costumes!! A collective of reputable artists in our own right, we have played in many prestigious venues including Glastonbury, The Royal Albert Hall, BBC Radio 1 and 2. We are genuine fans of the artists whose music and lives we portray, and we do so with a love for their music that comes through in every performance.

Phoebe Katis is an established singer-songwriter whose own work has been heavily influenced by Carole King and whose music features in the multi BAFTA award winning film Kajaki.

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