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Dawn Barrington - MANUS 'Music Talks'

Music@ StreetMarket

Dawn Barrington - MANUS 'Music Talks'

7:30pm, Thu 5 September, 2019

Event Details

Music@ StreetMarket presents 

DAWN BARRINGTON - MANUS

'MUSIC TALKS'

   Thurs 5 Sept  :  7.30 pm    2019

Book for Dinner Settings for Music of 6 or 7pm
 - PLEASE RING to confirm your dinner setting time
 on 8540 5535
 If you are late for your booking this may impact the music performance time

capacity 70

MUSIC@ STREETMARKET
 Upstairs - 116 Willoughby Road, 
 Crows Nest NSW 2065 

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Music@ StreetMarket 116 Willoughby Rd Crows Nest presents

Dawn Barrington
MANUS 'Music Talks'

In this informative and engaging presentation Dawn performs & talks about offshore refugee processing, focusing on MANUS ISLAND and her two visits there to play music and offer support to the refugees.


“The situation on Manus and Nauru has now become critical. Since the elections many of the refugees have tried to take their own lives because they have no hope. There has been a virtual ban on media going to Manus and Nauru so it is important for people like myself, who have been there, to talk about what it is like.
We as a nation need to be informed about what is actually happening.”

Dawn plays songs dedicated to the men confined there including
one that was written with one of the refugees. There will be
opportunities to sing along as an act of solidarity with the
refugees and an opportunity for Q and A at the end.

Venue UPSTAIRS of the StreetMarket Asian Tapas Restaurant
116 Willoughby Rd Crows Nest

Capacity for this show is limited to 70
Book with Alan now!
02 8540 5535
Gen Adm $10 +bf
Music +Dinner (standard) - $45 +bf
Music +Dinner (Premium) - $55 +bf
Dinner sittings of 6 or 7pm

Street Market Asian Tapas Bar & Restaurant
Bespoke tasting dishes designed by Gastronomist, Alan Liang

Recommended as home of "The Best Ribs In Sydney"
and "The Best Tapas In Sydney" by The Urban List.
Heralded as a 'sensory celebration' by Concrete Playground, and a 'free-for-all snackfest' by Time Out