Hopelessly Devoted: A Celebration of Olivia Newton-John

Concert Hall, QPAC

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Queensland Symphony Orchestra proudly presents Hopelessly Devoted: A Celebration of Olivia Newton-John.

Joining will be stars of stage and screen David Campbell, Jess Hitchcock, Georgina Hopson and Christie Whelan Browne alongside the splendour of Queensland Symphony Orchestra. You can expect them all to perform their heart out to all of Olivia’s iconic hits including Magic, I Honestly Love You, Make a Move on Me, You’re the One That I Want, and of course - Hopelessly Devoted to You. 

Conducted by Nicholas Buc, this tribute to one of Australia’s most beloved pop icons will have you tapping your toes and singing all the way home. So, whether Grease is your word, you love to get Physical, or your neon light shines for Xanadu, don’t miss this live homage to the original Pink Lady and pop darling.


Conductor

Nicholas Buc

Nicholas Buc

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Prices

$95 - $135 *

* A transaction fee of $7.20 applies.


Duration

2 hours

#Music

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Overture

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Dare to Dream (Sydney 2000 Olympics)

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Banks of the Ohio

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Please Mr Please

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Let me Be There/ If you Love me Let me Know

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I will Be Right Here

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I Honestly Love You

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Xanadu: Magic

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Xanadu: Suddenly

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Xanadu: Suspended in Time

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Make a Move on Me

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Physical

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Boats Against the Current

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Love is a Gift

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Sam

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A Little More Love

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Totally Hot

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Country Roads

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Soul Kiss

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Heart Attack

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The Rumour

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Grease: Hopelessly Devoted


#Performances

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