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Camille O’Sullivan

Performing with long-time collaborator and dear friend Feargal Murray and multi-instrumentalist Charlotte Glasson, the show is an intimate evening of storytelling in song, interpreting artists such as Bowie, Cohen, Radiohead, and Rufus Wainwright. This is a different type of show to her previous incarnations, with a more spiritual energy, transforming each song into an intense, vulnerable experience with joy & pure passion. 

A chameleon on-stage, Camille’s 5-star sell-out performances include Sydney Opera House, Royal Festival Hall, La Clique and the Roundhouse, Dreaming received rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2022. The Telegraph voted Camille one of the top 25 performances ever on Later with Jools Holland and she won a prestigious Herald Angel award for RSC solo performance ‘The Rape of Lucrece’. 

Camille has created a very intimate, pared back, heartfelt show. It captures an honest response to her experiences over the isolation of last few years, yet captures the joyous and little moments of happiness that make life worth living. 

Running time: 50 mins / interval / 50 mins (approx.)

Camille O’Sullivan is a unique performer, a unique interpreter of songs with the ability to turn them into whole story worlds, to make you believe that she is actually living those songs, somehow inhabiting their essence on stage

Arts Reviews Edinburgh

It’s easy to see why she was voted one of the top three performances on Jools Holland’s Later... Camille O’Sullivan transports you to a different place with her choice of songs, her pared down set, the simplicity of her voice, the thud of her bare foot on stage, resulting in a mesmerising performance

Ox in a Box

“Ravishing… a superb performer and great singer… the star is her singing voice: a deep, sultry instrument that might have been created to express desolate love” 

The Guardian

Camille's cover of David Bowie's 'Rock and Roll Suicide'