Featuring Grim Fawkner, Bec Sykes, Billy Barker, Mozë and Delsinki
Sing a Song of Sixpence
DOORS 2PM // KITCHEN OPEN // SHOW STARTS 3PM
Songs are magical things: some fall suddenly from the ether, others are a slow labour of love. All songwriters say it. Everyone has heard it. Universally, they’re inspired from personal experiences and observations of life and human nature. In reverence of such alchemy, Delsinki presents “Sing a Song of Sixpence” - which brings the tradition of a writer's round to audiences. Artists share the bare bones of their songs and the stories behind them. In an intimate and informal setting, it becomes poignant , and unpredictable. Audiences get an insight into the process and the magic, and feel closer to the songs as a result. A unique and entertaining heartfelt experience, with some of Australia's finest accompanying musicians sitting in on the show as well.
For the first time ever collaborating together come see seasoned artists mix it with new upcoming artists! Grim Fawkner, Bec Sykes, Billy Barker, Mozë & Delsinki with accompaniment on trombone from Elle Lamb.
Brunswick Ballroom will be operating under the current Victorian State Government guidelines as we continue to live with this pandemic.
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 full clean between sittings
The Brunswick Ballroom also strives to improve our practices when it comes to sustainability and to reduce our carbon footprint. We don’t sell or provide plastic water bottles.
Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence, State Approved ‘Proof of Age’ card or Passport.
The Brunswick Ballroom is Accessible.
The Brunswick Ballroom has made significant improvements to accessibility by installing an Acorn Chairlift. (Model: New Acorn Indoor 180 Curved Stairlift.)