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Prinnie Stevens: Lady Sings The Blues

The Harbour Agency presents

Prinnie Stevens: Lady Sings The Blues

6:30pm, Fri 19 March, 2021

Event Details

Doors 6:30pm // Seated // Social Distancing Restrictions Apply

Australia’s own RnB Soul artist, Prinnie Stevens, has wowed audiences at the Adelaide Fringe Festival with the world premier of Lady Sings the Blues. A thoughtful cabaret, telling a story of empowerment through the stories and songs of women. And the show is coming home to Sydney.

Prinnie wrote and produced the show, and its debut performance at Adelaide Fringe 2021 for four nights only at the Queens theatre is set to be quite the intimate event.

“I have created a vintage feel with a modern twist. Think Great Gatsby meets Michael Jackson (smoothe criminal) vibes with the essence of Etta James blues & Beyonce’s Soul Pop… Not only inspired musically by also through fashion. The elegant use of gowns and even the significance of the gardenias use in Billie’s Holidays story.”

Lady Sings the Blues is a raw account of female hurt, struggles and pain, transporting crowds from a speakeasy setting to the very heart of Prinnie herself.

Prinnie says being intensely involved in the create process of the one-hour show was an intense and moving experience. 

“This show will take you deep into the stories and songs of the women who sang them. How their struggles and pains have paved the way for each singer succedding them. From the 20s to the present day. “

Her musical theatre, TV and stage backgrounds all came together in creating the return to her first love of cabaret.

Prinnie has shared the stage with prominent women of colour across the globe for more than two decades. The likes of Chaka Khan, Patti Labelle and Mary J Blige in the United States and Australian Women like Jessica Mauboy, Christine Anu and Marcia Hines. 

Participating on season one of The Voice Australia has led to a successful career in theatre which continues alongside shows from Prinnie Stevens Productions.

Lady Sings the Blues , One Night only at Sydneys original home for Jazz and Blues …Mary’s Underground Circular Quay


 This is an 18+ event. 

This is a seated show with a limited capacity adhering to current restrictions. 


We ask that you please arrive with the group you wish to be sat with. We cannot guarantee where you will be seated prior to your arrival.

Do not attend if you are feeling unwell.

Please adhere to social distancing at all times and follow direction from venue staff.

The venue will be taking a number of precautionary measures to ensure patron safety, including:
- Hand sanitiser dispensers
- Signage and social distancing markers throughout the venue
- Regular sanitising of the venue and facilities

Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence, State Approved ‘Proof of Age’ card or Passport.