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Welcome to Western Riverina Arts - a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to develop, support and promote the arts and culture in Griffith, Leeton, Narrandera & Murrumbidgee. 
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Go your own way

Vocal sensation Catherine Alcorn (Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Festival of Voices, Sydney Theatre Company) heads to Griffith Regional Theatre this month to perform Go Your Own Way: The Story of Christine McVie.

Cath Alcorn has been described by The Australian Women’s Weekly as “…magnificent. A young talent whose star is very much on the ascent.”

As part of the season, Charles Sturt University graduate, award winning cabaret artist Catherine Alcorn and Helpmann Award nominee and Musical Director Andrew Worboys invite you to attend a free workshop series at Griffith Regional Theatre on Friday 27th March.

Catherine and Andrew will share their stories from the stage, what they’ve learnt, work individually with you on a song of your choice and share techniques in stagecraft and live performance.

Each person who wishes to perform for Catherine and Andrew is asked to prepare a song of their choice and provide backing track on CD.

WORKSHOP BOOKING DETAILS 
Free Singing Master class with Catherine Alcorn & Andrew Worboys
Friday 27 March 1pm Students & 4.30pm Adults
Running Time 90 minutes
Maximum 20 persons per workshop
Book before Friday 20 March contact box office 6962 8444

SHOW DETAILS 
GO YOUR OWN WAY….The Story of Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie 
Saturday 28th March, 7:30pm. 
For bookings ph: 6962 8444 

Spanning a career of four decades, the tumultuous life of the enigmatic Christine McVie is told in 80 music-packed minutes. Australia’s hottest new stage sensation, Catherine Alcorn brings her own magic to some of the most memorable songs from Christine McVie’s songbook, including Little Lies, Everywhere, Don’t Stop and Songbird.

Go Your Own Way is a celebration of great music and one woman’s life journey.
"Musically, the show is a cracker. Alcorn sings it superbly – arguably better than McVie herself. She has a rich, powerful voice, which she uses with sensitivity and skill, and a big, warm stage presence."
-Jo Litson, THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

To celebrate Catherine Alcorn’s premiere in Griffith, Western Riverina Arts are giving away a complimentary double pass to the first reader who emails in comms@westrivarts.com.au and quotes the name of the show! 

For more information visit http://www.catherinealcorn.com

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