Take My Hand
2 July 2023 | 2:00PM | $15 | 2:00PM | Cascades Female Factory
Experience the power of women’s voices
Joining together in harmony in the haunting surrounds of the World Heritage-listed Cascades Female Factory, Hannah May and Nourish Women’s choir will sing women’s stories throughout history and today.
Experience the power of women’s voices in this picturesque setting with songs of love, loss, hope and freedom. This is a journey through history alongside the women who are creating the stories of today.
NOTE: This is an outdoor event, you are welcome to bring along a chair, and we recommend you rug up.
Receive up to a 15% discount if you select three or more concerts in the one transaction. Keep an eye on our social media channels for suggested itineraries. There is a diverse range of concerts for you to choose from to fill your calendar across the 10 days of the Festival.
3 concerts ~ 10% off
6 or more concerts ~ 15% off
Discounts are only applicable on performance tickets, and only apply to full price tickets. Tickets must be purchased in the same transaction. If you select a Concession ticket for a performance as part of a discount package, the lowest price will apply for that ticket. Workshops and seminars are not included in our Performance Packages.
General Admission – $15
*A Booking Fee of $3.00 applies, plus a 2.2% Basket Fee which will be calculated at check-out.
VENUE: FEMALE FACTORY
Getting to the venue:
- Cascades Female Factory is located at 16 Degraves Street, South Hobart 7004, approximately 10 minutes drive from Hobart’s CBD.
- If travelling on foot, follow the walking track along the Hobart Rivulet. The Rivulet track is 2.7km long and travels from the Hobart CBD directly to the Cascades Female Factory.
- If travelling by bus, metro bus numbers 446, 447, 448 and 449 depart from stop D2, Franklin Square, Hobart. Disembark at stop 13, just past St Johns Hospital, then walk down Apsley Street.
- On street parking is available in Degraves and Syme Streets. Accessible parking is available on Syme Street.
- The History and Interpretation Centre is fully accessible, including the welcome space, exhibition, multi-purpose space (for education activities) and gift shop.
- There is also an accessible bathroom located on site.
- Visitors with sensory sensitivities are invited to contact the venue to arrange an alternative entry point.
Guide Dog Symbol / Registered Assistance Animals welcome
Her songs have been featured regularly on radio with her album 'The Little Things' in the works with singles co-produced by Rob Long and Monique Brumby- Sigh/Ring The Bell/Little Flower - available on all major music platforms. Her songs receive regular success through songwriting competitions over the years and she continues to build her craft through attending workshops with other songwriters from around the world.
As a well-regarded contemporary singing teacher, coach and mentor for singer/songwriters in Hobart (HM Voice Studio) Hannah May is passionate about supporting up and coming songwriters, motivating them with new songwriting tools and sharing processes. She also loves to build connections with songwriters and musicians for collaborations, recording, producing and building up a supportive community in which songwriters can thrive and feel inspired to create, share and perform.
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