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Katie Noonan’s The Sweetest Taboo

Where
George St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
When

Sunday 30 January from 11:30am to 3pm

Cost

Starting from: $69

Riverside Theatres and SIMA present Katie Noonan's the Sweetest Taboo in association with Sydney Festival and the Jazz:NOW Summer Festival.

A special night of music from one of Australia’s most beloved vocalists

Five-time ARIA award winning artist, Katie Noonan, is set to premiere her latest album The Sweetest Taboo for the first time ever at Riverside Theatres.

For her 20th studio album, Katie Noonan takes listeners back to where it all began – the iconic pop songs of the 1980s that first ignited her passion for music. Highlighting these classic songs with a new jazz spin reveals how good the song-writing was!

Released on May 8th 2020, Noonan was unable to launch the album with a live performance due to the pandemic. – but now Noonan is thrilled to perform for you, as part of the Sydney Festival.

“This is a joyous and heartfelt album, full of surprising and delightful takes on beloved classics. It’s an album for that small part of us that is forever leaping around our bedrooms, singing along to the radio, and gazing adoringly at the posters of pop stars on our walls”.

SIMA would like to thank the City of Sydney, Create NSW, Live Music Australia and Australia Council for the arts for their generous funding towards the Jazz:NOW Summer Festival program.

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