Take Me to Paris

Take Me to Paris

June 14, 2024 - June 28, 2024

Image Credit: Juanita Broderick

After a string of successful Australian and international tours, French-born, award-winning singer Pauline Maudy presents a new show about growing up in two places. Much more than a story of migration, Take Me to Paris reminds us of the importance of community, connection, memories, and belonging.

Take Me to Paris is a show about belonging and identity. It’s about our search for an idealised version of heaven on earth, Napoleon’s fascination for Australia, Australia’s fascination for the city of love and everything in between.

One of the truly rare voices on the international world scene, Pauline effortlessly channels the greats in French and English, transporting audiences from Parisian alleyways to New York jazz bars in a heartbeat.

Take Me to Paris takes us on a voyage to the mystical city of Paris and right back to the beautiful land we live in, skilfully weaving breathtaking music with a moving and humorous exploration of whether the grass really is greener on the other side.

For Take Me to Paris Pauline is joined on stage by some of Queensland’s finest musicians and together they punctuate Pauline’s charismatic storytelling seamlessly.

 

Tour Dates 2024

 
Majestic Theatre

Friday 14 June | Time: 7pm | Location: 3 Factory St, Pomona | Tickets: TBA

Eudlo Hall

Saturday 15 June | Time: 7pm | Location: 19 Rosebed St, Eudlo | Tickets: events.humanitix.com

Brisbane City Hall

Tuesday 18 June | Time: 12pm | Location: 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City | Free Event

Maleny Community Centre

Thursday 20 June | Time: 7pm | Location: 23 Maple St, Maleny | Tickets: events.humanitix.com

Brolga Theatre & Convention Centre

Friday 21 June | Time: TBC | Location: 5 Walker St, Maryborough | Tickets: TBA

Coolum Civic Centre

Saturday 22 June | Time: 7pm | Location: 2-4 Park St, Coolum Beach | Tickets: events.humanitix.com

Ipswich Civic Centre

Friday 28 June | Time: TBC | Location: 50 Nicholas St, Ipswich | Tickets: TBA

 

This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. This initiative was supported through the Creative Industries Investment Program and is jointly funded by ArtsCoast through Sunshine Coast Council’s Art and Heritage Levy and the Regional Arts Development Fund in partnership with Queensland Government.