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Yana Alana Covered
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Yana Alana is best known for her nude shows. In a risqué act of defiance this queen of queer cabaret will appear on stage fully clothed, singing other people’s songs. A cabaret spectacular for those yearning to experience this multi-award winning artist bare her soul but not her arse.
Yana is a champion for the disenfranchised with an incredible voice scaling from a Bassey-sized belt to an operatic soprano. She is joined on stage by her all-female band, The Paranas, featuring Bec Matthews (drums, percussion), Louise Goh (piano) and Tamara Murphy (bass), with songs made famous by Nina Simone, Tom Waits, Shirley Bassey, Laurie Anderson and Joy Division.
A unique opportunity to see this multi-award winning star in a night of camp cabaret, completely covered.
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