St Kilda’s MEMO Music Hall has an iconic place in the Australian entertainment industry from its beginnings as a Dance Hall in 1924, to a cinema, the home of Telefil Recording studios where Normie Rowe recorded his 1965 hit It Ain’t Necessarily So, headquarters of the Pan Pacific film company (Heath Ledger’s Ned Kelly) and in the last five years one of the country’s leading music venues.
This Sunday MEMO makes the transition from Dance Hall to Digital Venue when it launches its live streaming concerts on Sunday 5 April at 7.30pm with a live stream of Kate Ceberano & Co.
Kate has been doing shows under the banner of “Ceberano + Co”, a loose collective of friends and players which results in every show being different and full of surprises. No matter where and who with, Kate Ceberano’s live show is always a fun trip.
Expect to be charmed, surprised and spirited away when Kate comes to you Live and safely intimate from MEMO.
Given the size of MEMO Music Hall, which is 750metres square, musicians are be able to perform the required 2m apart, which meets current Government indoor workplace social distancing guidelines.