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Adelaide Fringe feature ‘The Sirens’ set for Sydney showcase

TheSirensAdelaide Fringe’s unique, outdoor art experience The Sirens is set to wow and surprise Sydney audiences with a series of free performances throughout April on the waterfront at Harbourside in Darling Harbour.

The Sirens are a performance group of four-metre tall divas dazzled in a kaleidoscope of flashing lights. The audio-visual illusionists are set to be a spectacle for the eyes and ears, with their glowing gowns and operatic vocals that will send chills down your spine.

Greg Clarke, previous Director of the Adelaide Fringe who co-created The Sirens with the Fringe team, commented “Sydney audiences and visitors are going to fall in love with the stunning Sirens who will playfully entice everyone to experience their magical world of soul, pop, jazz and rock music.’’

Crowds of all ages will be able to sit and watch the 30-minute act exploding with colour, movement, music and engineering in Harbourside’s Amphitheatre. There will also be a chance for crowds to interact and take photos with the performers before and after the show.

Harbourside Shopping Centre is known for their remarkable night time entertainment, lighting up Sydney’s night sky every Saturday with their fantastic fireworks display. Harbourside has over 25 restaurants offering customers the perfect opportunity for a pre-performance dinner and drink by twilight. The Centre has ample parking available at the Harbourside Carpark, under the Novotel, and is just a short stroll over Pyrmont Bridge to the CBD.

Amphitheatre and Promenade areas located in front of Harbourside Shopping Centre, Darling Harbour

Performance Dates:
Thurs 7, Fri 8, Sat 9 & Sun 10 April 2016
Thurs 14, Fri 15, Sat 16 & Sun 17 April 2016
Thurs 21, Fri 22, Sat 23 & Sun 24 April 2016
Thurs 28, Fri 29, Sat 30 & Sun 1 May 2016

Performance Times:
6pm to 7pm
7.30pm to 8.30pm

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