Check out this article with Glee Club director, Vicky Jacobs
Read about her work here with the Melbourne Theatre Company’s brand new play, ‘The Heartbreak Choir’ and why she loves working with choirs.
Hobart Gleebers – come join in!
Song Trivia is happening on Sunday July 3 at 5pm in the Long Gallery. It’s a trivia night (well, early evening!) where a bunch of the questions are sung and we will be the ones doing the singing!
To get involved, you just need to come along to 2 rehearsals with Amanda and Vicky to learn a pile of fun, short songs. We’re talking TV themes, Aussie classics, spoofs and more!
Rehearsals will be at our favourite time of 6:30 on Mondays and at our favourite place, Irish Murphy’s. We’ll also give you a bunch of practice tracks for you to have a sing with at home.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve never sung with Glee Club before. This is a great way to get involved with singing and with Festival of Voices – we guarantee lots of laughs and good times!
Here are all the details:
Rehearsals: Monday June 20 and Monday June 27
Times: 6:30 – 8:00pm
Rehearsal venue: Irish Murphy’s
Performance: Sunday July 3 at 5pm (with a rehearsal TBC beforehand)
Glee West and Glee Club for Kids perform at Kindred Studios on Tuesday June 21
To celebrate the end of a wonderful term of singing, we’d love to invite you to Kindred Studios for a glass of wine, a cheese platter and a whole bunch of music.
Tickets are just $5 and all proceeds go to Foodbank Victoria
Kids are performing at 5:30 – grab a ticket here
And Glee West rock the house at 7:30 – grab a ticket here
Come hear Glee Plus perform at Coburg Farmers Market on Saturday June 25
Glee Plus rock Festival of Voices with Song Trivia: Sunday July 3 in Hobart
This is a trivia night where some of the questions are asked and some of the questions are sung!
Your host, Vicky Jacobs is not just a gameshow fanatic, she comes equipped with her very own live choir to sing and sometimes even sing along with!
But don’t worry, this isn’t just a music-centric trivia night, it’s more! You won’t need to know what Paul McCartney’s favourite food is (it’s chip butties).
There will be questions on science, history, travel and culture and we guarantee you’ll know at least one of the answers and probably a whole lot more!
Get a table together and come along to play for some fabulous prizes and be part of a trivia night you’ll be telling people about for years!