Event overview

  • 2022-12-17
  • 18:00
  • Bowraville Theatre - 74 High Street Bowraville
  • Bowraville Theatre

Calendar event

Hip Mama with special guest Lttle Kng

HipMama was born when Ollie McGill (The Cat Empire) met Georgie Chorley after she arrived home to Australia from a life changing trip to New Orleans, USA. She wanted to express her extraordinary journey but couldn’t find the words.

The two got to writing and composing these experiences, and Georgie inspired Ollie to conjure up his inner Dr John, and Professor Longhair. From there, the two set off on a musical journey of New Orleans inspired songs, with a dash of Neo Soul, and a pinch of RnB, and found their own distinct musical flare.
HipMama is a tantalising combination of Ollie’s world class key board skills, and Georgie’s powerful & soaring vocals, a touch of grittiness and jazz je ne sais quoi.
Joined by one of the finest rhythm sections on the eastern seaboard Pete Skelton on Kit, and Danny Stitt on Bass- HipMama is a band you must come and see perform live to understand what the hype is all about.

Doors open 6.00pm.
Bowraville Cafe will be open for cold drinks, popcorn, sweets and savoury snacks.
Music starts 6.45pm
This is a family friendly event for all ages.
Book now: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing/987996?fbclid=IwAR1EXTJj3dqFGPEuMrTwArnPRt-fmzKqrVVR5Xe2A2B6a63_fWQCnxqidKE

Wheelchair spaces are available in the theatre, please contact the organise for more info or to reserve a space.
The Bowraville Theatre Series is back for round 3 of a 6 month concert program in a charming art deco theatre. These events are designed to enliven the theatre, to provide opportunities for touring and local musicians and to bring accessible and inclusive music events to this regional community.
This program is funded by the NSW Government under the Reconnecting Regional NSW – Community Events Program.

The Valley Hub acknowledges Gumbaynggirr country, the Ancestors, Elders and Traditional Custodians of the Valley in which we live and work. We thank them for their care of country through time and acknowledge and respect their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.

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