Canberra Theatre | 7 - 8 July

Robyn Archer — An Australian Songbook

Australia, as you’ve never heard it before. Robyn is a renowned signer, a proud member of the LGBTIQ+ community and a public advocate for the arts both within Australia and internationally.
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Robyn Archer, is a strong LGBTIQ community Member, Australian singer, writer, stage director, artistic director, and public advocate of the arts, in Australia and internationally.

Renowned as an icon and pioneer of the Australian stage, Robyn Archer has wowed audiences across the globe with her soulful interpretations of European and American classics.

But now, she’s bringing her formidable talents back home to uncover the hidden gems of Australian music.

From convict lament to Bon Scott, Kate Miller Heidke and First Nations songwriters, Robyn takes us on a melodic journey, exploring and celebrating the many rhythms and voices that are woven into the unique sonic fabric of this country.

★ ★ ★ ★ ½  “A national living treasure.” – Limelight

Joining Robyn on stage are three of Australia’s most exceptional musicians: the piano accordion virtuoso George Butrumlis, the multi-talented Cameron Goodall on guitar, and the incomparable Enio Pozzebon on keyboards.

Together, they’ll transform the Playhouse stage into a cabaret, creating a truly immersive and unforgettable experience. Robyn Archer: An Australian Songbook had its World Premiere at Queensland Theatre.


Civic Square, London Circuit, Canberra
7 - 8 July 2023 
“One of our great cultural advocates… she remains an icon.” – The Saturday Paper

Robyn Archer is an Australian singer, writer and stage and artistic director.

Robyn is a proud member of the LGBTIQ+ community and a public advocate for the arts both within Australia and internationally. She began singing professionally at the age of 12 and embarked on a singing career encompassing a wide range of repertoire and one-woman cabaret shows. Robyn Archer has also written and devised many theatre works and is an acclaimed arts festival director in Australia and overseas, her directing credits including the Adelaide Festival and the Melbourne International Arts Festival.

She was awarded the Officer of the Order of Australia in 2000 and has won two ARIA awards and a Helpmann Award. This is a special three hour interview with Margaret Throsby from her Saturday Morning interview series in 2017.

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