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The weekend continues with Martin taking to the stage on Sunday afternoon, from 2.00pm - 6.00pm. As always, Martin will take you through six decades of music. There'll be dancing, singing and, yes... even some yodelling!!! Come join us once again and bring your friends.
A whole weekend of fun and music starts here with Martin taking to the stage on Saturday evening from 8.00pm 'til Midnight. As always, Martin will take you through six decades of music. There'll be dancing, singing and, yes... even some yodelling!!! Come join us once again and bring your friends.
Turn this year's Good Friday into AWESOME Friday with an afternoon of fun and great music from Martin. Come join us as martin squeezes 6 decades of great music into 4 fun-filled hours!
Once again, Martin has been asked to return to Branch 11 on a Saturday evening to perform. Come join us as Martin squeezes 6 decades of great music into 4 fun-filled hours!
Come Join Martin as he takes you through 6 Decades of great music in 4 hours! Doors Open at 7.00pm Onstage: 8.00pm - 9.00pm, 9.30pm-10.30pm and 11.00pm-Midnight.
Sounds Like: Neil Diamond, Garth Brooks, Frank Sinatra, Howard Keel, Harry Connick, Jr.
Bio: Having sung from an early age and given vocal coaching from the age of 9, Martin found himself drawn to the world of musical theatre and studied for a Diploma in Performing Arts.
After deciding to raise a family, he realized he would need a "real job" that paid the bills. To do this, he made use...See Full Bio
“On ANNIE (November 7-16, 2013): "Martin Kelly has the look and authoritative voice to play a commanding Daddy Warbucks. He also shows a barely hidden tender side as he gradually falls in love with the little girl whose sunny spirit infuses his home. As a bonus, [Keith] O’Connell has restored an extra song written for the Australian production and rarely included in productions of Annie. The song, ‘Why Should I Change a Thing’, is a nice little soliloquy for Warbucks and musical theatre fans will welcome this chance to hear it sung and well sung at that”