Feast Festival love story performed on Granite Island

The Island Cafe is hosting Ukulele Dream Girl's show Love at a Distance as part of the 2019 Feast Festival.
The Island Cafe is hosting Ukulele Dream Girl's show Love at a Distance as part of the 2019 Feast Festival.

The Island Cafe is hosting Ukulele Dream Girl's show Love at a Distance as part of the 2019 Feast Festival.

In Ukulele Dream Girl's most personal cabaret show to date, Love at a Distance begins by openly admitting there is an infinite amount of art about love, but this show combines music and poetry to explore new perspectives that often get forgotten.

With 6 poems that cover everything from Tinder to high school stalkers, mental health and self-love to the dysplasia refugees feel with the disconnect between their homes new and old, there is something in the show that every audience member can relate to.

"I'm passionate about bringing stories and new voices to communities that may not otherwise get to hear them. When the opportunity to tour this show to the Island Café came up I was thrilled," Phi Theodoros, aka Ukulele Dream Girl, said.

"Phi's storytelling inspires people to look deeper, build empathy and often to simply connect with others," The Island Cafe manager Jemma Schilling said.

"We're excited to support Love at a Distance and be hosting the only Feast Festival event in our region. We look forward to sharing this experience with our community."

A number of tickets to each show are offered to concession holders for free, online bookings preferred and a valid concession card must be presented upon arrival.

The show is on Saturday, November 16. To book tickets, visit www.feast.org.au/events/ukulele-dream-girl/

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