The amazingly talented Maureen Andrew is bringing the life, story and songs of Shirley Bassey to life in this one woman show.
An experienced stage and screen performer, Maureen brings a depth to her characterisations that you need to experience.
Maureen was a stand out at the Frolic Cabaret shows during Ballarat Winter Festival and has been a stalwart at ChillOut Festival with her popular one woman shows over many years.
Don’t miss what will be an impressive and intimate night.
Please note: This venue is wheelchair accessible with no steps but is located on a steep hill.
The Printers Room is a licensed venue so anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The Ballarat Frolic Festival is an annual pride celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and asexual (LGBTIQA+) regional arts and culture. It runs for a full week and has plenty of events for everyone – all welcome.
The event envisage an inclusive Ballarat and surrounds where LGBTIQA+ people feel safe, and proud; the broader community is welcoming; and their contributions and the community are celebrated.