Goods Lift: Fringe Edition
Friday 27 January | 6pm & 7.30pm
Goods Lift is back this summer with another selection of amazing local music.
Be transported through the levels of the Museum in one of the largest elevators in the southern hemisphere and enjoy live performances both in the lift and in gallery.
Each session features both Grace Sanders and Angie Colman performing in spaces not usually accessible to the public. Experience the Museum after dark and don’t miss the opportunity to attend one of the most intimate and original gigs in Perth.
Grace has recently launched her second EP, 'nothing is personal' following Grace Sanders 2021 debut EP ‘GUMS’, recorded and produced with collaborator Ezekiel Padmanabham. Working out of their bedrooms, the duo garnered support from publications such as NME, Tone Deaf, Cool Accidents, AAA Backstage, MTV Australia, RTR fm and Triple J for their eclectic and sophisticated blend of RnB, pop, soul and indie. After the success of ‘GUMS’, Grace Sanders has signed with Niche bookings and has since embarked on two West Australian tours, awaiting an eastern states tour when travel restrictions are eased.
Angie Colman is a singer/songwriter and guitarist from the Perth hills. With soaring vocals and powerful, heartfelt melodies, Angie has captured the hearts of the Perth music community. Lyrically, Angie is relatable, witty and honest, and with the backing of bassist Kieran Barnes, drummer Miles Gilbert, and guitarist Sarah Curran, Angie's songs have been brought to life on some of Perth's most loved stages. Over the last year Angie Colman has grown to be one of the most in demand voices in Perth. You can hear her on stage solo or with her band, and alongside other singers backing up their vocals with her impeccable harmonies. But it’s her charming and heartfelt songwriting that’s connected to so many people in a short time. Winning a Song of the year award in the Folk category, nominated twice at the WAM Awards, and supporting acts like Ella Hooper, Ghost care, Noah Dillon, Melody Pool, GoJo, Siobhan Cotchin and Death By Denim. With new songs on the way, the future looks bright for Angie Colman.
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Experience an evolving program of art and live performance. Designed for those looking for a new way to visit the Museum. These programs take place in interesting and exciting spaces often out of bounds to daytime visitors and present aesthetic pleasures, sounds and a totally new experience.
FRINGE WORLD Festival
This event is part of FRINGE WORLD Festival. Some tickets are sold directly through FRINGE WORLD festival, if there are no tickets available for the session you are looking for please check the FRINGE WORLD Festival website. Whether you are looking for some fringey goodness for the family, or some late night live arts, discover more Fringe events taking place at the Museum here.
City of Perth free parking
For weekends -
City of Perth parking is free for three hours on the weekend, the State Library parking at 15 Francis Street, Northbridge is the closest to the WA Museum Boola Bardip.