Big, Beautiful & Sexy songstress brings her acclaimed show back to Brisbane for one last time


Big, Beautiful & Sexy Songstress Casey Donovan will wrap-up her acclaimed Big Beautiful & Sexy show this year after a run of performances around Australia. After the success of her last show at Brisbane Festival, Casey returns to Queensland for a special one-off performance before she wraps up the tour for good.

Image“What an amazing two years it has been,” Casey says. “This show could not have happened without the on-going support of my manager, Jason Williamson and the wonderful staff at Jason Williamson Management, The Harbour Agency, Skeed Entertainment, her promotional angels, Joel Heywood, my musicians and all of the staff at the countless venues and festivals we have played at.  You are some of the hardest working professionals in the business and I love you all for that. I would also like to thank the Australian media for supporting me since the launch of Big, Beautiful & Sexy. It makes a girl feel special!

Finally, I would like to thank every single person who came to see the show.  You believed!!!! Big, Beautiful & Sexy has given me the strength and courage to get back out there and give it ago. It is time to create something new and exciting to share with you all.”

Casey has received rave reviews for her performances. The Big, Beautiful & Sexy Australian tour, has already seen Donovan perform to sell-out crowds at some of the country’s most coveted venues and participate in events such as Adelaide Festival, Brisbane Festival, The Rocks Festival of the Voice, Darwin Festival and Yabun Festival. The show not only includes Casey’s anthem Big, Beautiful & Sexy, but also a retrospective of her career and the Big, Beautiful and Sexy women from the music industry who have inspired her in the past.

The past few years have been massive for this impressive female vocalist. Her portrayal of Cynthia in the hit musical The Sapphires, presented by Company B Belvoir and Black Swan State Theatre Company, received rave reviews in Australia, London and Korea and her performance as Mama Cass in the Melbourne production of new Australian musical Flowerchildren was critically acclaimed. Casey went on to headline her own Mama Cass shows in Sydney and Canberra and, in addition to headlining Vibe Alive tours across Australia, also supported the legendary Cyndi Lauper on her Australian National Tour. When not wowing audiences with her powerhouse vocals, Casey also hosted the 2011 Deadly Awards alongside Aaron Pederson and flexed her acting muscles in Company B Belvoir’s production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It.

2012 is gearing up to be yet another busy year; the talented performer has already headlined the Saltwater Freshwater Festival, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute’s Spirit Festival and the Inaugural Melbourne Indigenous Arts Festival. Casey will also perform part of several other festivals (yet to be announced). Donovan will also host a new television project for NITV.

Casey will be launching a whole new show later in 2012… stay tuned!!!

Saturday 14th April 2012 | 8.30pm
Stockholm Syndrome, Brisbane QLD
340 Sandgate Road, Albion QLD | (07) 3262 3738
Dinner & Show $80 | Show Only $35

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