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80 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills, Sydney

Saturday 28th September

Live on the
Golden Stage

Georgia Mulligan
Georgia Mulligan
with Motion Sickness

Georgia Mulligan returns to the Golden Stage with her full band for an intimate set not to be missed. Since the release of her debut EP in 2016, Georgia has been honing her writing and performance skills and has appeared at Fairgrounds Festival, St Kilda Festival and BIGSOUND 2018.

In 2019, she joined Julia Jacklin's Crushing World Tour as a member of her backing band as well as performing solo in support of Jacklin's sold-out run of dates in the UK and Ireland. Her second EP Mirror is a collection of highly personal songs written and recorded across 2017 and 2018 in collaboration with friend and producer Ryan K. Brennan.

After years of playing as a solo artist, singer-songwriter Maia Marsh has formed new project Motion Sickness – with Harry Fuller (bass) and Cash Williams (drums). Combining a back catalogue of Marsh’s striking and witty writing with a touch of grunge and angst, Motion Sickness are set to release their debut single come October of this year.

Doors open at 2:30pm, performance starts at 10pm sharp
How Much
Free entry, all events 18+

Upcoming Shows

Friday 31st January
Reflections XIV
Meet us in the bar to see up-and-coming R&B songwriter and instrumentalist Stevan for Reflections — our special series of live music performances presented monthly on Friday evenings.
Saturday 1st February
Ntl Landmarks and Sketch Jets
Double Bill Single Launch
Join Ntl Landmarks and Sketch Jets as they launch their latest singles in a double bill evening on our Golden Stage.
Saturday 8th February
CJ Stranger
Single Launch with Christine Jane
Join CJ Stranger as he launches his latest single on our Golden Stage with support from Christine Jane.
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