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The Sisters of Invention - Second Album Launch

THURSDAY 16 SEPTEMBER - 6:00PM

The Sisters of Invention are an all-female pop group determined to challenge society’s pre-conceived ideas about who can be a pop star.  

Having played sold-out shows across Australia, The Sisters of Invention will showcase their own stand-out style and a repertoire of original songs that both redefine and embrace the pop genre with their second album. 

Join us at Undercover Artist Festival for the world premiere of their brand new album.

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The Sisters of Invention members. Michelle and Caroline are seated on wooden chairs either side of Aimme and Annika who are standing. There are disco balls superimposed in the background.
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For wheelchair, companion card and Auslan tickets please contact the Queensland Theatre Box Office, 9.30AM to 5:00PM weekdays.
Phone: 1800 355 528
Email: sales@queenslandtheatre.com.au

SHOW INFO

Tickets: $35
(+$5.00 transaction fee)

Venue: Bille Brown Theatre
Queensland Theatre
78 Montague Rd, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Date: Thursday 16 September
Time: 6:00PM – 7:00PM

Credits

Performers: Aimee Crathern,  Michelle Hall,  Caroline Hardy and Annika Hooper
Producer: Jane Gronow
Musical Director: Carol Young
Musician: Kathie Renner
Drums: Steve Todd

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Thursday 16 September, 6:00PM – 7:00PM

REVIEWS

Top notch pop songs that... deal with the emotional truths of life”
Clem Bastow, Daily Life
The joy of these fine artists is the pride they rightly feel in what they’ve achieved, and what is yet to come. More power to their arm."
Peter Burdon, The Advertiser