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Songs That Float Your Boat - BeyondBlue Fundraiser

Sunday 01 October 3.00pm

Join Madeline Delia and Friends for a delightful Sunday afternoon of music in support of beyondblue. From Piaf to Sondheim to Disney to TLC, there’s a little something for everyone! Net proceeds from ticket sales will go to beyondblue. If you would like to donate more, please visit the following link:
A Bit About Beyond Blue:
“Because this affects all of us, we’re equipping everyone in Australia with the knowledge and skills to protect their own mental health. We’re giving people the confidence to support those around them, and making anxiety, depression and suicide part of everyday conversations.”
Founded in 2000, beyondblue are an incredibly reputable charity organisation constantly working towards allowing everyone to achieve their best possible mental health. beyondblue encourage the public to interpret mental health as a positive idea; something that should be strived for and spoken about, not concealed or censored. beyondblue primarily focuses on the needs of people affected by depression, anxiety and suicide. They do so by providing those struggling with mental health issues or an illness with easily accessible factual information and avenues of support. There is so much this organisation achieves every day for the Australian public. Please visit their website for more information:
Lead Vocalist: Madeline Crofts
Pianists: Gavin Nicklette, Ben Clarke, Jackson Griggs and Ben Hogan
Drums: Andrew Silberstein
Cello/Double Bass: Darsha Kumar
Guest Vocalists: Pete Martis, Luke Wilson, Jackson Griggs, Amy Fortnum, Olivia Everett and Zoë Everett

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