Don't miss cabaret diva Catherine Alcorn in Cathartic

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Catherine Alcorn

Adored by audiences for her portrayals of Bette Midler and Christine McVie, Catherine Alcorn makes her anticipated return to Sunshine Coast Council's Lake Kawana Community Centre on Thursday, April 5 with her voluptuous voice and killer wit in tow.

Nominated for Best Cabaret Show at the 2016 Sydney Theatre Critics Awards, Cathartic is Catherine's chance to let it all out and invite you in to an evening of observations and oversharing.

Full of hilarity, heart and hailed by critics as "brilliantly playful" with "a wickedly inviting sense of humour" and "a voice to die for", Catherine and her three piece band sizzle in this cabaret confessional using rearranged songs by everyone from Blondie to Beyoncé to help tell the tales of her meteoric rise to where she is today; the middle.

Don't miss your chance to spend an evening with one of Australia's most loved entertainers.

Patrons can enjoy cabaret style seating. Tickets are $39 for adults, $35 for concessions and groups of 6 or more and $30 for people under 26.

For individual or group bookings and ticket sales, please call Lake Kawana Community Centre on 5413 1400 or visit www.scvenuesandevents.com.au.

Reviews 

While she oozes sex appeal, glamour and wickedly inviting sense of humour, Alcorn has, above all, a bloody amazing voice. Adelaide Now

Brilliantly playful. Cathartic is first rate. Daily Review

She's the chanteuse with a voice that packs a wallop or reaches deep within the soul. Canberra Times

She has a rich, powerful voice, which she uses with sensitivity and skill, and a big, warm stage presence. The Daily Telegraph

 
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