Debra Byrne, is an Australian singer, variety entertainer, theatre and TV actress, a writer, director and choreographer including a role she loves…that of a grandmother. What an honour for us at 3KND KoolnDeadly to have this iconic Australian legend Debra Byrne on our network.
An intimate and up-close performance with Debra Byrne speaks for itself. It is an unforgettable opportunity to experience one of our great balladeers with some of Melbourne’s finest musicians, performing a selection of songs that have beauty and soul. Debra had always wanted to sing the songs of JD Souther, James Taylor, John Hiatt and many more singer songwriters. So when Gary Van Egmond an Australian promoter who was touring The Highwaymen asked whether she would be the support act for The Highwaymen, Debra jump at the opportunity. “One of the highlights of my career was to be the support act for The Highwaymen. It was an extraordinary experience and it reignited a dream that I could perform the songs closest to my heart. I had been performing in musical theatre and though I loved the chance to bring characters to life through song, the lack of freedom to change was always a challenge for me.” – Debra Byrne Now after an amazing career as the leading lady of stage, television and film, Debra once again fulfils this dream.
Not to be missed!
NOTE: MEMO Music Hall is compliant to all government COVID-19 regulations. The public health order now requires all patrons to be fully vaccinated and must show proof before entering our venue for this. Please have your certificate available for viewing prior to entry. We are unable to refund ticket holders who cannot show proof of full vaccination. Help us to keep music live. An intimate and up-close performance with debra byrne - sun 5 dec 2021, 3:30pm aest MEMO Music Hall is an iconic performance venue in the heart of St Kilda run in partnership with the St Kilda RSL. Located behind the RSL, MEMO offers a diverse program of entertainment including, live music, theatre, filming and music ranging from classical recitals to down and dirty rock ‘n’ roll. MEMO is also in demand as a recording and rehearsal space due to the superior acoustics of this unique space. MEMO has had a vibrant past since it opened in 1924 as a dance hall dedicated to raising revenue for distressed soldiers and their families. Following the rise in popularity of cinema, it went on to house The Memorial picture theatre from 1927 to 1958, when it became affectionately known as ‘The Memo’. For More information please email firstname.lastname@example.org You can find us at 88 Acland Street St, entrance via Albert Street, St Kilda and can hold a capacity of 400 people.