Riverlinks and HIT Productions present The Sapphires

Inspired by the true story of four Yorta Yorta women

Riverlinks and HIT Productions present The Sapphires
Riverlinks and HIT Productions present The Sapphires

Quick Info

When:
20 July 2019 at 7:30pm
Where:
Riverlinks Eastbank - 70 Welsford Street, Shepparton
Cost:
Full $45.00 / Concession $40.00 / Riverlinks Member Full $40.00 / Riverlinks Member Concession $35.00 / Under 18 $35.00 / Group (6+) $39.00

The Sapphires is one of Australia’s best-loved stories. Bringing raw energy, fun and emotion, The Sapphires is based on the award winning film and soundtrack.

Four young Yorta Yorta women, who like singing country music, suddenly get the chance to change their tune, their clothes and their lives. Wearing uniforms of sequins, armed only with microphones, they find themselves trying to spread joy in the hell that is the Vietnam War.

The Sapphires is a funny, heart-warming tale inspired by a true story of these young aboriginal women who sing Motown hits against the backdrop of personal change and massive social upheaval. It is an energetic, fun and engaging play that affirms life and the realisation of dreams.

Audience warning: Suitable for ages 7+. Some adult themes, simulated welfare and a small amount of coarse language.

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Contact: Riverlinks Box Office: 03 5832 9511
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