Who is the Ukulele Dream Girl?

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$20.00 to $25.00

Full Price: $20.00 to $25.00

BankSA Cardholder: $19.50

Concession: $20.00

Companion Card: $0.00

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60 min

Dates & times

The Bally at Gluttony - Rymill Park:

4 Venues

The Bally at Gluttony - Rymill Park

Rymill Park / Mullawirraburka, Corner of East Terrace and Rundle Rd, Adelaide, SA, 5000

HAT's Courthouse Cultural Centre Auburn

4 St Vincent St, Auburn, SA, 5451

Ink Pot Arts Creative Hub

34 Gawler St, Mount Barker SA 5251, Australia

Upstairs in the Mount Barker Town Hall

Laneway Garden Stage at MixedCreative

32 Nile St, Port Adelaide, SA, 5015

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About this event

A storyteller who weaves together music and poetry to share stories and shift stigmas. Our Ukulele Dream Girl is armed with a ukulele, some plants, '90s sing-alongs and a compassion filled heart. She’s ready to take you on a journey to explore the power of your expectations, prepare for the revolution of love, community and self-empowerment. But who is she?

'Who is the Ukulele Dream Girl?' is the debut solo show from Phi Theodoros of award winning 'Finding Me Cabaret' and highly acclaimed 'Depression The Musical'.

The show made its premiere at the Bakehouse Theatre in August 2019 to sold out crowds and rave reviews. Join the journey, discover the power of expectations, become part of the community and take home a plant friend as a momento. 

★★★★★ Weekend Notes
★★★★½  All Over Adelaide

Presented by:
Phi Theodoros

Phi fell in love with the performing arts at a very young age. At 13 she was a founding drama student at Ink Pot Arts in the Adelaide Hills and has performed with and has performed in/ produced and hosted countless projects with them since 2004.

As an Arts Worker and coordinator of community arts & engagement events Phi understands the transformative power of the creative.
As an artist, she understands the power of stories and shares these with music to open conversations and challenge social stigma.

She has created, produced and performed in four full length highly acclaimed cabaret shows that share the power of stories: Depression The Musical (2013 & 2014) and Finding Me Cabaret (2018) Who is the Ukulele Dream Girl? (2019) and Ukulele Dream Girl: Love at a Distance (2019).


  • “ She assumes each character seamlessly, giving every heartfelt monologue the respect it deserves. Her performances are distinct and emotive.” - Nicola Woolford, Glam Adelaide
  • “This audience was clearly affected, exhibiting tears, gasps, laughter...as they found points of connection.” - Samantha Tipler, Sam About Town
  • “She delivers something almost like a resolution to self-worth and self-love. I wish I'd written everything down so I could share her wisdom.” - Weekend Notes

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