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Riverlinks and Greater Shepparton City Council present Word and Mouth Live - Week Three

Over 3 weeks, local artists will take to the Eastbank stage, performing a series of online concerts.

Riverlinks and Greater Shepparton City Council present Word and Mouth Live - Week Three

Quick Info

When:
30 November 2020 at 7:00pm
Where:
You can tune into the live stream from the Word and Mouth Facebook page or website.

On Monday 30 November, Initial Stages, Bailey Fleyeds and DJ Malone, supported by dancers from Amy Newton Dance Studios will take the stage.

Initial Stages will present solo presentations, as well as monologues written by young people reflecting the battles they face and a reflection of their diversity. There will also be a group performance from Dramarama.

Bailey is a young and upcoming local performer who has played to national and international audiences. Amongst composing, recording and producing various jazz, pop and alternative albums, he also creates his own original music and covers, bringing a sense of happiness through his performances and a positive impact through his music. 

The final performance from DJ Malone features dancers from Amy Newton Dance Studios. DJ Malone is a local DJ with experience playing in clubs and pubs. He will be accompanied by dancers from Amy Newton Dance Studios, who specialise in a range of dance styles, including, Hip Hop, Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet, Acro and Tap.

Word and Mouth Live takes place on Monday 30 November at 7.00pm. The live stream can be accessed from the Word and Mouth Facebook page or Riverlinks website

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