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Marina Prior is regarded as Australia’s leading lady of musical theatre, having performed more than twenty leading roles in her career so far. She rose to stardom when she played Christine in The Phantom of the Opera. The award winning performer is honoured with being named one of Australia’s 100 Entertainers of the Century.

See Marina as you have never seen her before – in an intimate performance, singing her favourite songs and sharing stories from her career.

Marina PriorMarina’s vast repertoire includes musical theatre, jazz, contemporary, and light opera. She will captivate you with a stunning selection of her favourite songs from such shows as The Phantom of the OperaCats and Les Miserables.

Marina will also perform songs from her new albums, Both Sides Now, which features songs from her busking days – a collection of music from the female performers of the 70s and 80s and Encore – a collection of her favourite music theatre songs.

She will be accompanied by the multitalented David Cameron on piano.

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.

 


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