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Lucy Lawless Conventions - 1997-2014

The following images are from various public premieres and events Lucy has attended.
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17 August 2017

Lucy’s Choir GALS: Gay and Lesbian Singers Benefit December 2017

Lucy posted the following on her official facebook page about an upcoming event in Auckland on December 5. Lucy doesn’t mention if she will be taking part or not. So if you are in town for Pleasuredome, stay a few days and catch the benefit to City Mission.

 

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GALS: Gay and Lesbian Singers Auckland

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You can help GALS to help homeless charities in Auckland

We're looking forward to presenting the Street Requiem at Auckland Town Hall on Tuesday 5 December, with proceeds benefitting Auckland homeless charities - but we need a bit of help. Read on to see how you can help us make a difference...

We anticipate having over 150 singers for the Requiem, and each singer needs a copy of the music score. GALS has to pay a license fee for each singer to the copyright holders.

We want to help make a difference to those who are in real difficulty or suffering in our community, as well as providing our audience with a great concert, but all our production costs have an impact on what we can donate to the supporting charities.

You can help by making a donation towards the cost of our music. $30 will cover the cost of the music license and printing for one person, and provide a little extra towards our other costs. But we'll be delighted to receive all donations, big or small - every little helps. Donations are tax deductible (in NZ).

You can donate via Givealittle, you will find the link here

https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/galsstreetrequiem

In September, we'll start selling Tickets for this concert - this is one GALS concert you really don't want to miss!

Thanks again on behalf of those who will benefit from this event.


 

 

3 August 2017

Press Release: Lucy Lawless To Star in Pleasuredome - The Ultimate 80's Musical Experience

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LUCY LAWLESS TO STAR IN PLEASUREDOME - THE ULTIMATE 80'S MUSICAL EXPERIENCE


Forget everything you knew about musicals, this is an immersive experience set within a fully realised Manhattan streetscape just off Rosebank Road, 10 minutes from Auckland's CBD. Here your journey begins before being transported back in time to the heart-stopping, booty-shaking, mythical Pleasuredome nightclub. This is the night you never dreamt possible.

Lucy Lawless is Sappho, the show's sexy, hedonistic diva whose lavish performances have made Pleasuredome synonymous with glamour and excess. Also starring Moses Mackay (Sole Mio), Ashleigh Barlow (Wicked), Vince Harder (The Lion King), Stephen Lovatt (Neighbours) and a 20-strong cast of local and international performers all supported by a state of the art light & projection extravaganza.
This is a story of desire, addiction, greed, and the power of love, set on the dance-floor to some of the biggest tunes of the era.

Directed by Michael Hurst (Chicago) and produced by Rob Tapert (Spartacus), Pleasuredome will be the most electrifying theatre experience ever staged in New Zealand.

"As a twenty-something youth in the 80's, a friend dragged me to an underground club in New York City - it was something you could only find in that city, a fusion of beautiful people, music, lights - a sensory overload. It was the most incredible and wildest night of my life and, for near forty years, I've been working on the right vehicle that could re-create that seminal ride for others. Pleasuredome is a classic tale of desire, love, and greed set at the party you've only dreamt about - all mixed to an 80's soundtrack." - Rob Tapert

"In the shimmering world of the Pleasuredome, all that glitters may burn a girl out. My character, Sappho is in the fight of her life to rescue true love from the ashes. It's a wild, funkadelic, joyful ride. Let me take you there...." - Lucy Lawless

Pleasuredome will open on September 28th with tickets for this World Premiere season of Pleasuredome on sale now from Ticketek with tickets starting at only $29 + BF (for the previews). Selected dates are already at capacity with the season set to sell out so audiences are warned not to delay.

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25 July 2017

More Official Greenpeace Photos and Video

I'll have the full set of Official Greenpeace photos and video shortly. Here are some of the images released by Greenpeace



 

 

17 June 2017

Lucy in 2017 Bloomsday Videos and Images

Lucy took part in the annual Bloomsday event in New Zealand. AUSXIP Reporter Martine De Grauw was at the event to cover it.

 

Video – Part 1

 

Video – Part 2

 

 

 

Images

 

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17 June 2017

NZ Herald: Lawless in Homage to Irish Writer 16 June 2017

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NZ Herald: Lawless in Homage to Irish Writer 16 June 2017

It might be 16 years since Lucy Lawless hung up Xena Warrior Princess’s chakram, but still the last place some expect to find her is in an Auckland pub celebrating the life of an Irish literary star and one of his most memorable characters.

Now a UK crew wants footage of our Bloomsday commemoration, held annually to pay homage to author James Joyce, because Lawless is one of its stars. Organiser Dean Parker says they were stunned to hear the TV star makes time to participate.

In the novel Ulysses, a re-telling of Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey, Joyce sends the main character, Leopold Bloom, on a walk around Dublin where he meets a range of intriguing characters.

Joyce set the story on June 16, 1904 because it was the day of his first date with his wife-to-be, Nora Barnacle. Every June 16, Joyce aficionados get together for Bloomsday celebrations.

In Auckland, it brings together performers like Michael Hurst, Jennifer Ward-Lealand, Lord of the Rings’ Bruce Hopkins, musicians Linn Lorkin and Hershal Hersher and The Jews Brothers Ban.

Now working on a new series, Lawless will come straight from the set to portray the character Stephen(anie) Dedalus, one of those befriended by Bloom in Ulysses.

Joyce, considered one of the 20th century’s greatest writers, has a family link to New Zealand. His eldest sister came here in 1909 and joined the Sisters of Mercy.

Bloomsday is on tonight at 7.30 at the Thirsty Dog in Karangahape Rd, Auckland.


 

 



 


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