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POP HISTORY WITH A TWIST

15 Jul 2013

POP HISTORY WITH A TWIST Image

There’ll be plenty of colour and life brought to town for the new show at the Melbourne Recital Centre when Taylor Mac takes to the stage.

Taylor, no ordinary performer, brings his acclaimed show The History of Popular Music to the Melbourne Recital Centre (MRC) stage in August.

This is a two-hour version of his 24-hour show, it will be only the very best bits.

Taylor said he loved that his show could engage so many different people.

“My job is to bring people together, give them a shared experience and remind them of what it means to be human,” he said.

Taylor Mac’s The History of Popular Music will hit town on August 16 and 17, for more information, head to www.melbournerecital.com.au

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