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$60/$40 + bf | 7pm doors, 8pm show

Table bookings for groups of 8 or more only – email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…
Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed – NO BYO
Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)

Camelot Lounge is proud to announce that it will be welcoming famed Israeli singer and peace activist Achinoam Nini, known internationally as ‘Noa’, as part of her debut Australian tour!

Noa is Israel’s leading international concert and recording artist, having shared the stage with superstars such as Sting, Quincy Jones, Stevie Wonder, Andrea Bocelli and many more.

With her family originally from Yemen, Noa was born in Tel Aviv in 1969 and lived in New York City from age 2 until she returned alone to Israel at the age of 17. After serving in the Israeli Army in a military entertainment unit, Noa studied music at the Rimon School where she met her long-time collaborator Gil Dor.

Noa’s strongest influences come from the singer-songwriters of the 60s, such as Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen. These musical and lyrical sensibilities, combined with Noa’s Yemenite roots and Gil’s strong background in jazz have created Noa and Gil’s unique sound.

Noa plays percussion, guitar and piano and is both a dynamic performer and an amazing goodwill ambassador. She sings in six languages, has collaborated with Symphony Orchestras around the world, and performed in the world’s most prestigious venues, including the White House, the Vatican, Rome’s Colosseum and Carnegie Hall.

Beyond her passionate commitment to music, Noa dedicates much of her time to promoting peace and dialogue between Israel and Palestine and to various social issues, volunteering extensively for organisations in these fields.

Noa has collaborated with numerous artists in the Arab world, most notably with Israeli/Palestinian artist Mira Awad, with whom she represented Israel in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, singing before an audience of millions in Arabic, English and Hebrew.