Feast Festival

Libby O’Donovan returns to Adelaide with her new show for this year’s Feast Festival

Powerhouse vocalist Libby O’Donovan returns to the Adelaide Festival Centre this month with a brand-new celebratory show, entitled 20 Years, 20 Songs.

Powerhouse vocalist Libby O’Donovan returns to the Adelaide Festival Centre this month with a brand-new celebratory show, entitled 20 Years, 20 Songs.

The show as part of the 2021 Feast Festival will shine a light on Libby’s extraordinary career performing Jazz, Cabaret, Musical Theatre and original music.

She’ll reminisce on all her best moments, stories and fashion, highlighting her greatest and most hilarious photos, videos and memories from the past 20 years.

Accompanied on piano by celebrated Adelaide composer and pianist Mark Ferguson, Libby will sing through a wide range of classics, as well as songs from her critically acclaimed self-penned albums The Complication, Home To You and Back to Broken Hill.

Libby says, “I’m thrilled to be presenting this one-off show in Adelaide as part of Feast Festival. I love this festival and Adelaide Festival Centre, so to combine the two is certainly an honour”.

“This show is going to be just the way I like it, fun and loose with a sense of true intimacy and connection. I love the unexpected, so if you come along and call out a request, I’ll probably do it!”, she says.

Feast Festival is Adelaide’s not-for-profit LGBTIQ+ Queer Arts and Cultural Festival that celebrates Pride and Diversity. Past performers include 2014 Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst and 90’s dance icon Dannii Minogue.

“Feast Festival is so excited to have the fabulous Libby O’Donovan as part of the 2021 program, and to partner with Adelaide Festival Centre during Pridevember. It has been too long between songs, for Libby and Feast, welcome back!”, says the Festival’s GM, Helen Sheldon.

20 Years, 20 Songs will run at the Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre on Friday 12 November & Saturday 13 November.

Tickets available now at from the Adelaide Festival Centre website.

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