Singer-songwriter, author and accessibility advocate Eliza Hull is one of Australia’s most distinctive talents. As a musician, the Castlemaine-based artist has captivated audiences and critics with her ethereal voice and poetic lyricism across four EPs, including her transformative new record, Here They Come, which finds her working with ARIA Award-winning producer Pip Norman (Baker Boy, Missy Higgins) across tracks like lead single “Running Underwater”.
As a writer, speaker, and mother who lives with the condition Charcot Marie Tooth, Hull has emerged as a powerful and influential voice in changing the way the world views disability, working tirelessly to educate and affect structural change.
She has played showcase events at BIGSOUND and SXSW, performed and collaborated with the likes of Ainslie Wills, BATTS, Gordi and Odette, and had her music featured on the soundtracks of The Heights, And Then Something Changed and Teen Wolf. Hull’s widely acclaimed anthology We’ve Got This: Stories by Disabled Parents, was released in 2022.
Hull will be joined on stage by dancer roya the destroya for a selection of songs. Roya is a passionate street performing artist who plays with her abilities to disrupt the stranger into a soulful and joyful exchange. She’s performed in events and festivals around the world – from aerial dancing off the exterior of Art Centre Melbourne to busking in the Middle East to performing at the White House.
1 hour (no interval)