Rumour Has It: Naomi Price as Adele
2017 National Tour
February 10 – October 14 2017 – 8 week tour to 18 venues in NSW, QLD, VIC & WA
New Lambton, Sutherland, Bathurst, Parramatta, Ipswich, Logan, Cleveland Mackay, Gold Coast, Queanbeyan, Orange, Nunawading, Albury, Mandurah, Kalamunda, Kwinana, Merredin, Nowra.
A production by The Little Red Company in association with Christine Harris and HIT Productions
Following standing ovations across the country including acclaimed seasons at Sydney Opera House, Hamer Hall and Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Australia’s smash hit stage spectacular Rumour Has It returns bigger and bolder than ever.
Starring stage and television star Naomi Price (The Voice Australia) in her award-winning portrayal of international superstar Adele, Rumour Has It charts the incredible rise of THE blockbuster soul sensation of the modern age live in story and song.
Hear Adele’s deliciously frank life story come alive in the words of this world-class performer backed by an electrifying six-piece band, delivering the greatest hits from a mega-platinum catalogue, including Rolling in the Deep, Someone Like You,Turning Tables, Set Fire to the Rain and the Oscar-winning Skyfall.
Rumour Has It evokes the inspirational spirit and talent of a mischievous working class diva from Tottenham as she spills intimate details about a meteoric rise that has captured hearts across the globe.
“Both poignant and pithy… Fabulously entertaining!”
– The Courier-Mail
“The next best thing to seeing Adele live.”
– Stage Whispers
“Naomi Price is the voice of a generation.”
– Australian Stage
“Don’t miss this. It will make you glad to be alive.”
“A powerhouse performance that never flags for a second.”
“Full of heart, genuine laughs and incredible talent.”
– Cultural Flanerie
Created by: Adam Brunes & Naomi Price
Original Arrangements: Naomi Price, Jason McGregor & Michael Manikus
Vocal Arrangements: Naomi Price & Luke Kennedy
Lighting Designer: Jason Glenwright
Sound Designer: Jamie Taylor
Costumes: Leigh Buchanan & Nathalie Ryner
Originally produced in association with Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts