A Migrants Son - Cabaret Dinner & Show

Michaela Burger returns to the Karralyka stage following a sell-out
performance of Exposing Edith, with a story that will ignite memories for millions of Australians who have followed a similar journey.

Dates

Fri 7 August 2020 at 07:00 PM

Bookings close one week prior to performance date

Tickets

$80 | Includes two course dinner and show Buy Tickets

The cabaret performance is set in the Karralyka function rooms and includes a two course Greek feast

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From early morning deliveries for the family bakery at age seven, down opal mines in Coober Pedy at age sixteen and opening a chain of discount supermarkets in Adelaide, Luke’s road was not one for the faint-hearted.

Premiering to a sell-out Adelaide Cabaret Festival season and Winner of the Frank Ford and Best Cabaret weekly awards for Adelaide Fringe 2019, this critically acclaimed work conveys tells an incredible true story, brought to life through original music written & performed by Burger alongside local community choirs. Featuring a live band, including piano and bouzouki, Michaela tells her family story with poignancy, heart and comical aplomb. The show is both hard-hitting and hilarious, traversing 100 years from Russia to the Australian outback – following the hardship, ingenuity, tragedy and triumph in all migrants’ stories.

 

 

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Location

Karralyka Centre is just 30 minutes away from the Melbourne CBD. Ringwood train station (Belgrave and Lilydale lines) and Ringwood East train station (Lilydale line) is a 10 minute walk from the Centre.

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Parking

Free car parking is available in the grounds of the centre. Parking for disabled is available adjacent to the upper entrance off Wilson Street.

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