Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund recipients the Three Little Sisters, return to the Adelaide Fringe stage with their hit show “An Andrews Sisters Tribute”.
Local SA vocal trio Tania Savelli, Shelley Pantic & Melanie Smith are best known for “recreating the close three-part harmony sound, pioneered by the Andrews Sisters during the ‘swing’ and ‘boogie-woogie’ music era” (Play and Go). After taking a year off due to covid interruptions, the girls are back for the 2023 Adelaide Fringe season to “pay heartfelt homage to a vocal trio who influenced much of popular music today.” (The Serenade Files) and will make their debut appearance visiting audiences at the Northern Festival Centre in Port Pirie, the Gawler Civic Centre, and the Chaffey Theatre in Renmark as well as returning to the Hopgood Theatre at Noarlunga and the Norwood Concert Hall.
“We are really looking forward to meeting the local communities of Port Pirie, Gawler and Renmark and are grateful for the opportunity to take our show to regional SA with the support of the Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund. We are especially humbled to use this opportunity to raise funds for flood-stricken communities in the Riverland and will be donating a portion of our Renmark ticket sales to Foodbank to assist victims of the recent floods” says Savelli.
The Three Little Sisters return with their narrator Peter Noble, musical director Victor Oria as well as some local special guests and the 10th/27th Battalion Royal South Australian Regiment Band backing the girls on Thursday 24th February at the Norwood Concert Hall.
Tickets are on sale through Fringetix and range from $37.12 - $49.50.
Visit www.adelaidefringe.com.au to secure your tickets.
Sat 18th Feb at 7:30pm, The Chaffey Theatre Remark
Thurs 23rd Feb at 7:30pm, The Norwood Concert Hall
Fri 24th Feb at 7:30pm, The Hopgood Theatre, Noarlunga
Sat 25th Feb at 7:30pm, Gawler Civic Centre
Sat 4th March at 7:30pm, Northern Festival Centre, Port Pirie
I hope to see you there!