Deborah N and The Trolley Boys Ballarat Christmas Performance

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Deborah N, also known as Deb Lowah Clark, is a singer-songwriter with a unique blend of indie rock, soul, gospel, and Indigenous RnB in her music. Her songs tell her life journey and revisit stories from her perspective down south, away from the Torres Straits.

This Christmas, Deb is teaming up with the Trolly Boys for a special performance at the Queen Victoria bandstand. It’s a must-see event that promises to be both magical and festive.

Deborah’s talents extend beyond music, as she’s had theatre roles and served as an MC for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander events. Born on Wadawurrung land, she’s passionate about social justice, particularly for First Peoples in Australia.

Deb’s work in education, community service, and music shines a spotlight on Australian issues and provides a platform for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language and culture. As she takes the stage this Christmas, you can expect to be enchanted by her melodies and inspired by her commitment to making a positive impact in the world.

Content: Blonde Skye Productions

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22 Dec

5:00pm - 7:00pm

Queen Alexandra Bandstand

430 Sturt Street, Ballarat Central VIC 3350

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