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August

Sarah McLeod

Friday, 5 August

Dinner @ 6 pm

Show @ 8 pm

 

 

 

SARAH MCLEOD IS “ALONE & UNPLUGGED”

TOURING JULY & AUGUST

Regarded as one of Australia’s most talented and versatile artists, Sarah McLeod’s successful career began in the late 90s as the lead singer/guitarist and primary songwriter for 3 x ARIA Award-winning rock band, The Superjesus. 

Since then, Sarah has enjoyed a soaring solo career and collaborated with other artists around the world, as well as reforming The Superjesus, who enjoyed a series of sold out “She Who Rocks” tour dates in 2015, with a new release imminent for 2016.  2015 also saw Sarah nominated for “Frontman/woman of the Year” in Triple M’s Rockies Awards amidst heavyweights Dave Grohl and Jimmy Barnes, proving that she’s a musical force to be reckoned with.

This July and August sees Sarah once again hitting the road for a series of up close and personal solo shows for her Alone & Unplugged tour, which features acoustic versions of songs from Sarah’s repertoire, that have defined her journey so far.  Recently recorded and only available at the upcoming solo shows, fans will also be able to grab their own copy of Alone & Unplugged, the acoustic album.

Join Sarah McLeod on her Alone & Unplugged tour this August at the Clarendon!

 

 

*Tickets are subject to be allocated on a first-book, first-served basis via the bookings.


*Clarendon Theatre reserves the right to refuse admission. In the event of a dispute, the theatre manager's decision is final.

Show Only

Presale

$29

Door price

$34

Dinner n show

$75

2 course Menu

(All menu items freshly homemade - pastry, sauces, dips, roasted meats, free range eggs, gluten free products wherever possible)

Main

Chicken Cacchitore served with Basmati rice (GF)

Lamb Tagine served with Basmati rice (GF)

Dessert

Italian apple and pear cake served with cream and fresh berries (V)

Brandied chocolate cake served with cream and fresh berries (V)(GF)

Accommodation Package

$165

 

2 show tickets

+

1 Ensuite room:

1 Queen

in Motel

or

1 Double bed

in the Guesthouse

Accommodation Package

with dinner

$250

 

2 dinner n show

+

1 Ensuite room:

1 Queen

in Motel

or

1 Double bed

in the Guesthouse

 To book, please ring

02 4782 1322

10.00 am-6.00 pm

 

Rubberneckin

Friday, 19 August

Show @ 8 pm

 


Welcome to the RUBBERNECKIN’ Elvis project.

 

 

A unique dashboard approach to the music of Elvis Aaron Presley.

 

RUBBERNECKIN’ by definition means the act of gawking. Our philosophy is to stop, look & listen to the music of the world biggest star, Elvis Presley.

  

Using a fresh approach, Elvis tragic’ s Paul Albert & Peter Armstrong have left their jumpsuits at the dry cleaners to bring to life the back catalogue of the kings music.





 

*Clarendon Theatre reserves the right to refuse admission. In the event of a dispute, the theatre manager's decision is final.

 

Show Only

$10

 

*Tickets available

at Door Only

* This show will be held in the Clarendon Bar

 

 

August

ED Kuepper

Saturday, 20 August

Dinner @ 6 pm

Show @ 8 pm

 

 

“LOST CITIES” NEW ALBUM AND TOUR

Four decades after the release of his first record, the iconic Australian classic ”[I’m] Stranded” by The Saints, Ed Kuepper returns with an album that may well be considered a high point in his lengthy and uncompromising career.

Recorded over three days in August at Gasworks Studio, Brisbane ”Lost Cities” is Ed Kuepper’s 50th release [excluding compilations] and is the 21st on his own Prince Melon Records label. It is Ed’s first entirely solo and electric release, a format Herr Kuepper likes to refer to as ‘Solo Orchestral’.

“When I was a kid I always processed recordings as a kind of singular whole, so when I started to play the guitar I wanted my playing to be the entire orchestra/band rather than just the guy strumming in the corner. A good example would be the way I played Nights in Venice on the first Saints lp… or the acoustic with hyper harmonic overtones on Today Wonder.  Lost Cities continues that approach but also moves into the tonal opposite of what I did when I started”

To celebrate the album release Ed Kuepper will take to the road starting in March 2016 and taking in as many city and regional areas over as many months as possible as he presents these brand new works alongside old, treasured favourites. Both the new album and tickets to all currently listed shows will go on-sale Monday December 21st

 

 

Don’t miss Ed Kuepper – Lost Cities / Solo Orchestral at the Clarendon in August.

 

*Tickets are subject to be allocated on a first-book, first-served basis via the bookings.


*Clarendon Theatre reserves the right to refuse admission. In the event of a dispute, the theatre manager's decision is final.

 

Show Only

Presale

$40

Dinner n show

$98

2 course Menu

(All menu items freshly homemade - pastry, sauces, dips, roasted meats, free range eggs, gluten free products wherever possible)

Chicken Campaniola – Breast of chicken pan fried in garlic butter, then poached in an Italian tomato sauce, topped with wilted spinach and mozzarella and served with jacket potatoes (GF)

Crispy skinned Teriyaki Salmon fillet served with jacket potatoes, dressed roquette, daikon and carrot salad and wasabi mayo (GF)

 

Accommodation Package

$220

 

2 show tickets

+

1 Ensuite room:

1 Queen

in Motel

or

1 Double bed

in the Guesthouse

Accommodation Package

with dinner

$330

 

2 show tickets

+

1 Ensuite room:

1 Queen

in Motel

or

1 Double bed

in the Guesthouse

 To book, please ring

02 4782 1322

10.00 am-6.00 pm

 

September

Harry Manx

 

Friday, 2nd September

Dinner @ 6 pm

Show time TBA

 

 

HARRY MANX (CANADA)  Sept/October 2016

 

Canada’s most versatile and expressive blues player.” Billboard Magazine

 

Harry Manx has spent decades fusing eastern musical traditions with the blues, switching fluidly between conventional acoustic and electric guitars, banjo and the Mohan Veena, created by Harry’s Indian mentor Vishwa Mohan Bhatt.  His original music blends East and West ‘creating musical short stories that wed the Blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas’. 

 

A worldwide festival favorite, Harry’s 13 albums and ceaseless touring have seen him earn a slew of Maple Leaf, Juno and Canadian Folk Awards, nominations, and accolades from musicians and fans alike.  

 

“Watching Harry play tonight I feel like I learned something new…….” Bruce Springsteen, @ the International Guitar Festival, New York City

 

On a wintry Chicago morning in February 2013, Harry’s  20-stringed Mohan Veena, was stolen from an airport carousel.  Announced on his Facebook page, by the next day over 3 million people had spread the word, searching, building him a new one, and (a praying for its return.  The story from the Chicago Tribune was picked up by AP news service and soon the whole world was learning about this exotic instrument, and the completely unique music of Harry Manx.   Police found the culprit and the instrument 2 days later, and Harry was reunited with his signature instrument.

 

February 2014, saw the release of Harry’s 12th studio recording – ‘Ohm Suite Ohm’, distributed by Vitamin Records.  This album reveals Harry’s new ‘Bollywood electric slide guitar’ work, and steers Harry in a somewhat new direction.  Featuring instrumental compositions, original songs, an exceptional cover of John Coltrane’s ‘A Love Supreme’, guest vocalists and international collaborators, it’s all in the service of a completely unique cross genre that’s hard to pigeonhole, but easy to love.

 

And now the prolific Harry Manx has just released his newest album - the highly acclaimed “20 strings and the truth”.  A mostly intrumental album that is a homage to his beloved Mohan Veena.

 

 

*Tickets are subject to be allocated on a first-book, first-served basis via the bookings.


*Clarendon Theatre reserves the right to refuse admission. In the event of a dispute, the theatre manager's decision is final.

 

Presale Show Only

$53

Dinner n show

$98

Main

Madras Curry - aromatic sauce with tofu, cauliflower and broccoli served with Basmati rice (V) (VG) (GF)

                                      Butter Chicken served with Basmati rice (GF)

                                      Lamb Rogan Josh served with Basmati rice (GF)

 

Dessert

Italian apple and pear cake served with cream and fresh berries (V)

                                      Brandied chocolate espresso cake served with cream and fresh berries (V)(GF)

Black sticky rice served with coconut cream and fresh fruit – banana and berries (V) (VG) (GF)

Accommodation Package

$210

 

2 show tickets

+

1 Ensuite room:

1 Queen

in Motel

or

1 Double bed

in the Guesthouse

Accommodation Package

with dinner $300

 

2 Dinner n show

+

1 Ensuite room:

1 Queen

in Motel

or

1 Double bed

in the Guesthouse

 To book, please ring

02 4782 1322

10.00 am-6.00 pm