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BREC presents

The Beggars Sing The Seekers

Saturday 21 March 07:30 PM
The Beggars Sing The Seekers

All the hits are here. "I'll Never Find Another You", "The Carnival is Over", "Morningtown Ride" and, of course, "Georgie Girl" - they are all are faithfully re-produced, along with Beggars originals and rollicking standards such as "Open Up Them Pearly Gates" and "Sinner Man".

The Beggars Sing The Seekers is a musical homage to The Seekers. From their early days in the Melbourne cafe scene in 1962 to London, the swinging centre of the pop universe, The Seekers were on a rollercoaster of hits! Their 1968 BBC TV breakup special Farewell The Seekers was watched by millions and after a stellar 50 year career they still are a popular as ever.

Presented in wonderful harmony by internationally acclaimed Adelaide folk sensation The Beggars who are longtime Seekers fans.

The Beggars are Renee Donaghey, Stuart Day and Quinton Dunne, three brilliant singer songwriters with a crystal clear Australian acoustic sound. Their handmade music has climbed the iTunes and European radio charts, winning fans and made them a regular feature on the Australian and European touring circuits.

Quinton and Stuart spent many years on Australia's long highways touring the country with music and theatre shows; they returned to Adelaide, met Renee and formed The Beggars in 2006.


"The best Australian vocal band since The Seekers."

Normie Rowe