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Cookie Baker's 'Tealight Parade'

Published: Fri 5 Feb 2010 02:15 PM
Cookie Baker's 'Tealight Parade'
PRESENTED BY SEVEN CHERRIES PROJECTS AND COOKIE BAKER
FEBRUARY 17 - 20 AT 8PM
AT CLUB IVY (THE GARDEN CLUB) - 13 DIXON STREET, WELLINGTON
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COOKIE BAKER'S 'TEALIGHT PARADE'
'Clever, sophisticated, laid-back, personal and inspiring' - Rip It Up
'A prodigious talent' - The Advertiser
'A piquant, poignant and evocative release' - ABC Radio
Cookie Baker - boy-chaser, hair-raiser and melody maker - is embarking on her maiden voyage to New Zealand from South Australia and invites you to Club Ivy at The Garden Club (13 Dixon Street, Wellington) from Wednesday February 17 - Saturday February 20 at 8pm each night to share an intimate candlelit evening of sweet sensuous storytelling and sizeable secret-swapping in Cookie Baker's 'Tealight Parade'!
Riding high on the success of her sold-out Fringe Award-nominated 2008 Adelaide Fringe show 'Dark Horse in an Ivory Veil' and the celebratory Album Release Parties for her debut album Gala Day ("A piquant, poignant and evocative release..." - ABC Radio) in 2009 Adelaide Fringe, Cookie will take you on a broad sweeping journey of her twisted adventures and observations - lush, clever and humourously enjoyable to wickedly devour as the listener - in a gorgeously simple, stripped-back performance, accompanied by piano, guitars, ukulele, melodica and percussion.
Cookie's delightfully tongue-in-cheek whimsies beckon you to stay for that "one last drink", seducing you with saucy stories of wayward crushes, hearts like broken teacups, suddenly finding your best mate REALLY attractive and the trials and tribulations of existing as a rare old-skool gal in a dot com world.
A special debut performance from an acclaimed young Australian artist not to be missed!
ENDS

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