Wine Country: Spring Vale Vineyard
8 July 2023 | 4:00PM | $39 | 4:00PM | Spring Vale Vineyard: Mel's Kitchen
A Dolly Parton Singalong
Join us for a fun afternoon of good wine, nibbles, and boisterous singing.
Enjoy a singalong to all your favourite Dolly Parton songs. These famous singalongs are like being in a choir without having to commit to being in a choir. We don’t mind if your voice is fit, rusty or never-brought-out-in-public-before – we just love getting together to sing some of the world’s greatest pop songs.
Glee Club’s Katie Pryce will be hosting the singing. Katie is not just a professional French horn player and session singer, she is also one of the best people you’ll ever find to lead a singalong. She can get any crowd singing in harmony! Full of bubbles her self, she will have you singing like there’s no tomorrow – regardless of your singing level. There will even be a little bit of song trivia thrown in to test your musical knowledge.
A bottle of wine to the best dressed Dolly Parton dress up!
Box office opens 30 mins before start time, a glass of bubbles per person included on arrival.
General Admission – $39
*A Booking Fee of $3.00 applies, plus a 2.2% Basket Fee which will be calculated at check-out.
VENUE: MEL’S KITCHEN
Getting to the venue:
- Mel’s Kitchen is located at Spring Vale Vineyard, 130 Springvale Road, Cranbrook 7190.
- Look for the orange Festival of Voices signs directing you to Mel’s Kitchen.
- Parking is available at the venue and an accessible parking bay will also be available on the day of the show.
- Mel’s Kitchen is wheelchair accessible
- Accessible bathrooms are also available at the venue
Guide Dog Symbol / Registered Assistance Animals welcome
Katie came over to Melbourne in 2017 from London where she enjoyed a busy career as a French horn player, singer, songwriter, arranger and musical director. She has played on West End shows such as The Lion King, Les Miserables, Mary Poppins and Billy Elliot, as well as working in orchestras such as the London Sinfonietta, Royal Philharmonic and The Royal Ballet. She has a huge love for Jazz and has performed at Jazz Soho, The Pheasantry and Ronnie Scott’s in London. She has worked and recorded with artists such as Snarky Puppy, Burt Bacharach, Robbie Williams, Kayne West, Joss Stone, Justice and Elton John.
Music education has always played a huge role in Katie’s career. She is passionate about making music accessible to all and has created many projects including starting a music programme in slums schools in Mumbai, to directing musical performances in prisons in London. She has taught extensively from teaching children and music students in conservatoires, to vocal coaching West End artists and keen amateurs. Her main aim is always to de-mystify music, make it fun and have a laugh at the same time enable people to achieve things they didn’t think were possible.
Since arriving in Melbourne, Katie has created two shows that played at the Butterfly club, performed with the Impossible Orchestra and for the Helpmann Awards and started her own music series, The Concerteenies, where professional musicians play brilliant music to kids aged 0-5 and their carers.
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