If your love for Shania Twain is, shall we say, still going strong, then you're in for one hell of a few months. Not only is the hard-to-impress singer heading to Australia for the first time in 15 years this November and December, but she's also being honoured right here in Melbourne by the Melbourne Fringe Festival's Shania Choir.
Featuring a team of vocal talent and proving a hit around the country, the show is an immersive musical celebration of the life, times and music of Twain, as delivered through an almost indescribable mix of song, dance, and drag over the two nights of Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29.
Expect plenty of energy and a sprinkling of signature Shania sass, as country-pop meets a capella harmonies across all your favourite Twain tunes, from 'That Don't Impress Me Much' and 'From This Moment', through to 'Man, I Feel Like A Woman'. And if you saw the choir last year, this is a brand new show — and it includes tracks from the pop star's latest album.
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