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Clearo’s Fringe Binge – Lily and Miche Review

Saturday 9th February / presented by Daniel Cleary

Quaint, intimate and one of the greatest musical acts on at the Perth Fringe Festival 2013 left this reviewer dusting the dirt off his chin as Lily and Miche displayed a matchless combination of music and dance.

The duo consists of contemporary dance artist Lily May perfoming to the live music of local artist Leah Miche as she performs her original folk, jazz and blues inspired songs.

Performed in the unconventional Castello under the open roof, is located in the middle of Perth's Cultural Centre. This space is a small-tiered seating shoebox, which feels like you’re in someone’s living room watching a friend perform. This feeling doesn’t leave you throughout the performance, as the duo invite you into their personal space to share their ceremonial marriage of music and dance.

Having a venue compliment the performance enhances it to the next degree.

The audience reaction said it all after Miche needed to calm them down after excessive clapping by saying “We’re not finished yet”.

Lily and Miche were officially nominated for the RTRFM Pete Wentz Gold Star Endowment Award, for Best Performance at Perth Fringe 2013 in any/all categories.

Daniel Cleary reviewed the performance on Breakfast with Barr with Stacy Gougoulis.

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