The Honey Bees

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2 Venues

Gerard Pavilion Upper Level at Morphettville Racecourse

79 Morphett Road, Morphettville SA, Australia

Main entrance located on Morphett Road

Victor Harbor Town Hall

10-12 Coral St, Victor Harbor, SA, 5211

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Performance accessibility

  • Suitable for audiences who speak English as a second Language
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About this event

The Honey-Bees are Adelaide's newest female vocal group paying tribute to the music of the '60s. Featuring songs from artists such as Aretha Franklin, Little Eva, Dusty Springfield, the Exciters, and many, many more. The group is led by Serena Martino Williams and she is joined by Erin Sowerby and Cherie Surman. All are experienced Adelaide based performers in fields such as music theatre, acoustic sessions and jazz. This glamorous trio look the part in their sixties styled dresses and will amaze you with their stunning harmonies, and powerful solos. If you enjoy an evening of nostalgia then this is the show for you.

★ ★ ★ ★1/2 "With fine melodies and harmonies... it really was a beautiful sound -- a fantastic performance" Glam Adelaide

Presented by:
Promise Adelaide

Promise is an organisation set up to promote music and performing arts for youth in South Australia. Highly trained, often by industry professionals, our young singers, dancers and musicians are looking to put that training into practice in a way that goes beyond what many schools and community clubs can offer.

​Emerging artists, who are often too young to take part in the amateur theatre and music scene in Adelaide, demonstrate great talent and have lots to offer the Adelaide Theatre community. These young people need to hone their craft by gaining performance experience. Promise identifies and creates opportunities for emerging artists to develop and gain exposure in South Australia and beyond, whilst having fun and raising funds for a wide range of charities.


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