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Camille O'Sullivan CAVE

The songs of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds performed by Camille O’Sullivan
12 Jun - 13 Jun 2018

Tickets (max 8 seats per booking):
£20

Age Guidance: 16+ (No under 2s).


Cardiff's international arts festival, Festival of Voice, returns this year for its second instalment. Created by Wales Millennium Centre, we'll be bringing you 11 days of unique musical talent, one-off events, inspirational collaborations and community participation projects. The festival features powerful and diverse voices from music and the arts, both locally and internationally.

Buy tickets for the full line-up on the

Festival of Voice website

or for performances held at the Wales Millennium Centre

pick them up here.

Join the conversation on Twitter #FoV2018.

 

 

Join the world-renowned Irish singer story-teller Camille O’Sullivan as she explores the dark and light of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds' music. In her dangerous yet fragile theatrical style, Camille embarks on a personal discovery of a man of many guises; violent, beautiful, logical, crazy, devout, troubled and religious.

'The brilliant Fringe diva Camille O'Sullivan cannot contain the cathartic impulse to celebrate her musical heroes, she excels again. Dramatic interpretations of their songs at glorious odds with modern pop expression, as her voice vaults from a vulnerable whisper to a throaty scream she wangles expression out of every note'. The Scotsman 

Musical Arrangements by Feargal Murray and Camille O’Sullivan

Created by Camille O'Sullivan and Feargal Murray, co-directed by Annie Ryan

Lighting Design by Joe Fletcher

Produced by Wales Millennium Centre as part of Festival of Voice 2018

 

Date
Time
Prices
Access*
Extras
 
Tue 12 Jun
9:00PM £20.00  
 
Wed 13 Jun
9:00PM £20.00  
 

Cardiff's international arts festival, Festival of Voice, returns this year for its second instalment. Created by Wales Millennium Centre, we'll be bringing you 11 days of unique musical talent, one-off events, inspirational collaborations and community participation projects. The festival features powerful and diverse voices from music and the arts, both locally and internationally.

Buy tickets for the full line-up on the

Festival of Voice website

or for performances held at the Wales Millennium Centre

pick them up here.

Join the conversation on Twitter #FoV2018.

 

 

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Cardiff's international arts festival, Festival of Voice, returns this year for its second instalment. Created by Wales Millennium Centre, we'll be bringing you 11 days of unique musical talent, one-off events, inspirational collaborations and community participation projects. The festival features powerful and diverse voices from music and the arts, both locally and internationally.

Buy tickets for the full line-up on the

Festival of Voice website

or for performances held at the Wales Millennium Centre

pick them up here.

Join the conversation on Twitter #FoV2018.

 

 

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