Christine Anu

in conversation & song

An intimate journey with one of Australia’s most acclaimed entertainers

Australia’s most iconic female Indigenous entertainer, Christine Anu, will perform a selection of songs from her acclaimed music career, including songs from the Torres Strait Islands, Sunshine on a Rainy Day and the unofficial national anthem My Island Home, which was selected by the National Film and Sound Archives to be inducted into the Sounds of Australia Registry alongside Midnight Oil and The Wiggles.

Christine Anu is one of Australia’s most celebrated entertainers. A multi-award winning recording artist, Christine has also made widely admired appearances in major films including Moulin Rouge, The Matrix Reloaded and Dating the Enemy. She has also starred in stage productions, including Hairspray: The Arena Spectacular, South Pacific, The Sapphires, Little Shop of Horrors, Rent, Rainbow’s End and Parramatta Girls. She has toured nationally and abroad, and has performed at momentous events of cultural and national significance including the 2000 Olympics Closing Ceremony and flicking the switch to launch National Indigenous Television in Australia.



Capitol Theatre - Destination Tamworth          



Christine will be presenting a masterclass for vocal  students from 2 pm on the Saturday (22 June).

This masterclass is presented free of charge.

Registration for this masterclass must be completed by Friday, 14 June. Register online on Eventbrite or in person at the Office.