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Venue: Enmore Theatre, Newtown, NSW
Date: Thu 15 Aug 2024 8:00PM

Heritage Fund Contribution

By adding a $2.50 (excl. GST) Heritage Fund Contribution to your order, you will be directly contributing to the essential restoration of the heritage fabric for the Enmore Theatre. For more information on the Enmore Theatre Heritage Fund, and for Terms and Conditions, visit Enmore Theatre's website.

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Enmore Theatre Bookings:
Over 18’s patrons must present valid ID. ZERO tolerance drug policy. Line-up is subject to change without notice & no refunds will be given.

  • No large bags or back packs allowed into the theatre. Cloak Room - $3 per item.
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To secure your parking spot for the night, please select it as an extra before paying for your tickets.
  • Parking will be available only by pre-purchase.
  • Parking is situated at 144 Edgeware Road, Enmore NSW 2024 (TAFE NSW – Design Centre), corner of Camden St.
  • One parking ticket secures one parking spot for the night of the event.

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Presented by: MG Live & Frontier Touring

MG Live and Frontier Touring are excited to announce UK’s rising pop singer-songwriter, Griff, will head to Australia and New Zealand for a series of headline shows this August as part of her global world tour.

Off the back of her exclusive sold-out debut show in Sydney back in January, the demand for Griff is overwhelming! Following a whole lot of Aussie love, Griff is returning just six months later to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne this August as well as Auckland, New Zealand for the first time.

Before Griff’s debut album had a name - or its titular first single, even - it had a feeling: vertigo. That pit-of-your-stomach, up-is-down sense that the world is spinning faster than you can keep up with, and your own place in it has never felt less secure. It’s a journey of self-discovery that Griff has taken fans on ever since, building the three volumes of her landmark project in real-time and weaving songs that resonated with the vertigo arc into work that moves through melancholy and heartache into healing and joy. A coming-of-age album shaped for complex times, vertigo witnesses Griff scaling new creative heights without compromising the hand-stitched, home-made magic that first marked her out as British Pop’s most modern, exciting voice.

With a 360-approach on everything from production, fashion and design to the spiral motif long connecting vertigo in plain sight - right down to her signature hair style - Griff’s debut album turns the tumultuousness of young adulthood into a source of power. Latest single ‘Miss Me Too’ is a euphoric, existential banger about the little-discussed irony of losing confidence as you supposedly grow older and wiser, and was accompanied by a beautifully choreographed video physically exorcizing such emotions. Throughout the record, the BRITs Rising Star winner draws on her sideways origin-story, from her unorthodox Chinese-Jamaican outsider-status growing up to launching an international music career from the confines of her bedroom. That tenacious, no-nonsense talent always wise beyond her years also sounds - crucially - like she is living: free of expectation, and moving through a world in which there is no one way to make your debut album or to be yourself.

Introducing the record today, Griff comments: “the album is about vertigo as an emotion and the dizziness and upside down feeling of heartache. I wanted to drop this project in parts from insular low feelings (Vol.1) to desperate euphoria (Vol.2) and with volume three, the full story.”