The angelic voice of Rachael Leahcar will fill the Victor Harbor Town Hall on September 18 for her ‘Colours of My Life’ show at 2pm.
Singer/songwriter Leahcar’s dynamic range, explosive vocals and powerful performances have stunned audiences across the globe, including at numerous shows on the Fleurieu.
With a career that has seen her release three Top 10 ARIA charting albums, tour her live show to sold out crowds, and travel to Italy to sing with Andrea Bocelli’s orchestra, Leahcar has shown she is capable of achieving anything despite being legally blind.
Leahcar’s latest album, Shadows, was released on April 7 and debuted at #5 on the Australian Album ARIA Chart. Shadows marks Rachael’s transformation from a shy teen to a strong young woman.
Bolder than ever, she exposes her vulnerabilities, fears and regrets, and shares her message of resilience and determination to face the world head-on.
Tickets are $26 for adults and $23 for concession and are available at the Mega Health Shop in Victor Harbor or at www.allsortsofentertainment.com.au
COMPETITION – To win one of three double passes to Rachael Leahcar’s show, email your name, town of residence and daytime phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Rachael Leahcar’ in the subject before 5pm on Friday, September 14.
The Flip Side filmed locally hits big screen
Horseshoe Bay features in the climax of a new romantic comedy movie which “taps into the intricacies of relationships, ambition and love when mixed with a bloody good shiraz”.
The Flip Side stars UK actor Eddie Izzard, South Australian born all-rounder Emily Taheny, and Luke McKenzie of Home and Away and Winners and Losers fame.
It tells the story of Ronnie the struggling Adelaide restaurateur, her good-hearted boyfriend, and her former flame, an actor who returns from the UK for a promotional tour.
Director Marion Pilowsky said they chose to film in Port Elliot for the “climax and triumphant ending” of the film. “I went there and literally had a sharp intake of breath, I was stunned by its beauty,” she said.
“I spoke to the location manager and said I wanted a beach like Port Elliot, and she said ‘I think I could get Port Elliot’. It is truly a beautiful place.”
The Flying Fish Cafe features in the film, as does a number of locals as extras, and of course the bay’s iconic scenery.
The film is in cinemas from August 30.