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eNews, 14 July 2022
With a top local artist supporting each show (including Scrubfowl, Tutup Mulut, David Garnham and The Reasons to Live, The Bloody Marys and The Ovulators), that's six epic nights of music to feast on at The Rails! Browse The Rails program Program highlights you may have missed Tickets are selling fast, shows are selling out and there is so much to take in we thought we'd highlight three very different shows that will give you a complete Festival experience! Wimbledon is over and even though we had some Aussies to cheer for, it wasn't quite the same as when Ash Barty won, or when Evonne Goolagong shone on centre court. If you're interested in knowing more about the life of this amazing tennis star, then Sunshine SUR.er Girl is the show for you. You can even book a seat courtside on The Playhouse stage! Our Festival is the perfect place to discover special music collaborations, and Australian Art Orchestra's Hand to Who doesn't need a little dose of humour in their life right now? Well, big laughs are guaranteed when complete show-off Nath Valvo heads north. His hilariously physical, high energy comedy has been impressing critics and winning crowds across the globe and now it's Darwin's turn to have our funny bone tickled by this cheeky stand up!
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