Thu Sep 21

As part of this years Fremantle Festival, Nicholas Allbrook brings together a cast of illustrious raconteurs in this musical tribute to Fremantle’s storied underbelly. Evoking the untamed and sometimes seedy origins of the Port City, Songs Of Disgrace – presented in two acts – will traverse both the sublime and ridiculous through song, visuals and spoken word: a fitting salvo to what Allbrook describes as: “a place on the edge of the world, blessed and forsaken by solitude.”

Featuring an eclectic orchestra of reprobates – amongst them, sweet pal Peter Bibby – Songs Of Disgrace pays homage to the maligned souls of yesterday and today: a disparate global cast that has decorated the city and its streets, docks, footy fields, prisons, asylums and bars. More a blurred vision skirting between memory and fantasy than a gospel retelling of history, Songs Of Disgrace is a half-remembered dream as crude and curious and strangely beautiful as Walyalup itself, the port city of Fremantle.

SUNDAY 5 NOVEMBER // FREMANTLE WA - TICKETS

Thu Sep 21

As part of this years Fremantle Festival, Nicholas Allbrook brings together a cast of illustrious raconteurs in this musical tribute to Fremantle’s storied underbelly. Evoking the untamed and sometimes seedy origins of the Port City, Songs Of Disgrace – presented in two acts – will traverse both the sublime and ridiculous through song, visuals and spoken word: a fitting salvo to what Allbrook describes as: “a place on the edge of the world, blessed and forsaken by solitude.”

Featuring an eclectic orchestra of reprobates – amongst them, sweet pal Peter Bibby – Songs Of Disgrace pays homage to the maligned souls of yesterday and today: a disparate global cast that has decorated the city and its streets, docks, footy fields, prisons, asylums and bars. More a blurred vision skirting between memory and fantasy than a gospel retelling of history, Songs Of Disgrace is a half-remembered dream as crude and curious and strangely beautiful as Walyalup itself, the port city of Fremantle.

SUNDAY 5 NOVEMBER // FREMANTLE WA - TICKETS

Thu Sep 21

As part of this years Fremantle Festival, Nicholas Allbrook brings together a cast of illustrious raconteurs in this musical tribute to Fremantle’s storied underbelly. Evoking the untamed and sometimes seedy origins of the Port City, Songs Of Disgrace – presented in two acts – will traverse both the sublime and ridiculous through song, visuals and spoken word: a fitting salvo to what Allbrook describes as: “a place on the edge of the world, blessed and forsaken by solitude.”

Featuring an eclectic orchestra of reprobates – amongst them, sweet pal Peter Bibby – Songs Of Disgrace pays homage to the maligned souls of yesterday and today: a disparate global cast that has decorated the city and its streets, docks, footy fields, prisons, asylums and bars. More a blurred vision skirting between memory and fantasy than a gospel retelling of history, Songs Of Disgrace is a half-remembered dream as crude and curious and strangely beautiful as Walyalup itself, the port city of Fremantle.

SUNDAY 5 NOVEMBER // FREMANTLE WA - TICKETS

Wed Sep 20

This week Pond continue their Australian tour, having played Adelaide and Fremantle over the weekend. Wednesday is the 3rd and final show in Melbourne, tickets are still available for this one and Sydney, all other shows are SOLD OUT.

 

 

Tue Sep 19

This month, Fascinator is set to play live in New York on Sept. 27th along with Axtell and The Muckers at NuBlu.