Spell On You
Are you a believer? Delaney Davidson is. So is special guest Tami Neilson. They believe music is a magical everyday currency – something we can use to heal our hearts, gain energy, cast spells of protection, become one with those around us and even to disappear.
Hypnotic and enigmatic, this dynamic duo command their own unique musical realms — Delaney in the shadowy musical world some call country-noir or gothic Americana, and Tami as a soulful, red-hot honky tonker, reminiscent of Patsy Cline and Wanda Jackson.
When it comes to honours, Delaney is a NZ Arts Foundation Laureate and three time winner of the APRA New Zealand Country Music Song of the Year, while Tami has a Silver Scroll of her own, and a trophy-cabinet of music awards to boot!
Join Delaney, Tami and the outstanding band of SJD, Anita Clark (Motte) and Chris O’Connor (Phoenix Foundation), for a very special evening, amid the spellbinding magic of song.
This show is brought to you by Little High Lanes.
The James Hay Theatre is a sophisticated theatre featuring a proscenium arch and comfortable tiered seating made up of an upper and lower gallery. It has a functional fly rig system making it a flexible venue for productions and presentations that need a quick change of scene for creative impact. It is ideal for live theatre, opera, ballet, seminars and conference plenary sessions. A signatory event is the popular themed dinners held on the theatre stage.
Christchurch Town Hall
Address: 86 Kilmore St,
All three levels of the Theatre are accessible via an elevator, which is situated inside the main entrance foyer adjacent to bar area.
Bariatric seating options are also available on the Stalls level only and upon request in advance of booking.
The theatre is equipped with a hearing loop system on each level of the auditorium.
Wheelchair seating is available in the Stalls (four seats – in rows S and T, two each side) and Dress Circle(two seats – one either side in row H ).
There are also a further four specially modified ADA seats in the Stalls (two on each aisle of rows I and M), where the arm rest of the seat opens so a person can move easily from their wheelchair.The theatre is equipped with a hearing loop system on each level of the auditorium.
Accessible toilet and washroom facilities are located on each level of the theatre, two in the Stalls foyer area, one in the Dress Circle foyer and two in the Grand Circle foyer.