The Sound of Falling Stars

Past Event21 Sep - 24 Sep

The Sound of Falling Stars

No longer available

Concert Chamber, Auckland Town Hall

Music

The hits and heartaches of music’s lost heroes. 

Revel in their songs and marvel at the drama of their dark stories, as Cameron Goodall (The Lion King, Sydney Theatre Company) inhabits the souls of great stars who gave us so much, and died so young.

From Hank Williams, through Elvis Presley, Sam Cooke, and Bobby Darin to Tim and Jeff Buckley, Nick Drake, Bon Scott, Kurt Cobain and more, this is a night of musical joy and monumental loss.  

An unmissable New Zealand premiere, co-commissioned by Auckland Live and Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

“a show that deserves to be experienced by anyone and everyone who enjoys fine music, superbly performed.” - Theatreview

“Goodall is in full command of his daunting task – to morph, channel, impersonate and interpret his way through a list of some of the finest vocalists ever recorded.” - Daily Review, Australia

"Persuasive and often affecting." - Australian Book Review

“An outstanding tour de force… I had to gasp. ★★★★★”  -Barefoot Reviewer (2017)

"A thrilling, at times in-your-face evening of musical theatre." - The Conversation

"A performance tailor made for his talents." - The Adelaide Review

“Sublime entertainment… outstanding in every respect.” ★★★★★  - Adelaide Advertiser (2017)

The Sound of Falling Stars

In Conversation: The making of The Sound of Falling Stars
Sunday 24th September, 5pm start
Q, Vault, 305 Queen Street

Auckland Live warmly invites you to join us for a special one-off event, in conversation with the dynamic creative team behind the making of The Sound of Falling Stars

Robyn Archer, celebrated Artistic director, performer, creator and advocate of the arts, will be joined by colleagues Executive Producers Michael Lynch & Tony Harding, and Auckland Live’s Head of Programming & Presenter Services, Bernie Haldane, in a relaxed panel-style conversation about the inception and creation of this phenomenal cabaret work, in its New Zealand premiere.

Conversation will be led by Christchurch & Taranaki Arts Festival Director, Craig Cooper.  Followed by wine and cheese, ahead of the show’s final performance at 7pm.

Space is limited, please RSVP to avoid missing out. 

Ticket Pricing

Ticketing Information

Tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster at 9am, Thursday 8 June.

Auckland Live and Ticketmaster subscribers will receive early access to tickets with a pre-sale starting 9am Tuesday 6 June. 

Best Seats

Service fees apply

Best Seats
$69.00

Premium

Premium
$59.00

Cabaret Seating

A Reserve
$54.00
B Reserve
$44.00

Gallery

$20.00

Table of 8

Premium
$497.00
Best Seats
$425.00

Table of 6

A Reserve
$292.00
B Reserve
$238.00