A Comedy Central favorite and a regular on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Butch Bradley doesn’t just warm up an audience, he sets them on fire! His unique outlook on life and humorous translation of everyday fear and anxiety will leave you in stitches!
Butch has toured and been scouted to perform at many festivals including the Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival and the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. When home in Los Angeles, Butch can be seen frequently at the Laugh Factory. Currently, Butch is the headlining act for popular Vegas Strip Hotel – The Stratosphere Hotel.
Eleanor’s Story: An American Girl In Hitler’s Germany
Ingrid Garner wrote and performs the internationally acclaimed, theatrical adaptation of her grandmother Eleanor Ramrath Garner’s award-winning memoir, detailing her youth as an American caught in WWII Berlin.
During the Great Depression, when she is nine, Eleanor’s family moves from her beloved America to Germany, where a new job awaits her father in Berlin. But war breaks out as her family is crossing the Atlantic, and return to the U.S. becomes impossible. Eleanor struggles to maintain stability, hope, and identity in a world of terror and contrasts. Her family faces hunger, fascist oppression, bombings, the final fierce battle for Berlin, the Russian invasion, and the terrors of Soviet occupancy.
Eleanor’s Story: Home Is The Stranger
From the creator of the international sensation ‘Eleanor’s Story: An American Girl In Hitler’s Germany’ comes the fascinating sequel, detailing life after war.
Eleanor managed to survived WWII as an enemy alien in Nazi Berlin, but upon her long-awaited return to the U.S., she sorrowfully discovers that her beloved America is now foreign to her. She yearns for normalcy as she attempts to navigate U.S. high school, haunted by war trauma.
In the decade since her first album release Soon in 2006, Liz Stringer has enjoyed a unique position in the Australian music scene.
2012’s album Warm In The Darkness was shortlisted for the Australian Music Prize, and she toured extensively in Canada and Germany in 2015 as well as showcases at international music conferences in Kansas City and Nashville, as well as several of Australia’s prestigious festival appearances on her list.
Liz is just nearing the end of a national tour for her latest album All The Bridges and will be playing tomorrow night at the Wheatsheaf Hotel in the city.
Interview with Liz Stringer
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Liz Stringer – Protecting Myself
Liz Stringer – Anyone
km is a 23 year old Townsville musician, mother of two, and student. She got her first guitar when she was 14 from her dad, wrote her first song when she was 16, and music from then on has been a very up and down hill battle.
The 4 track EP ‘More Me Than You’ is currently her favourite work, something she’s very proud of that delves into the breakup that’s shaped her life to be how it is today. km isn’t one to take life too seriously, and that’s also how she goes about her musical abilities; one step at a time and she is mostly greatful, not for the music, but for the people she meets, and friends she makes along the way.
I spoke with her on Friday 3rd June.
interview with KM
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