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Your Song

The songs you know. The stories you don’t.
Your Song Hero

03

May

About

Tales of heartbreak and hope, of pain and passion, of first loves and final moments, weave through Elton John’s iconic songbook in a provocative original production.
Your Song celebrates the unforgettable music of megastar Elton John and the memorable moments it evokes for everyday people, reimagining Elton’s biggest songs including Candle in the Wind, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, I’m Still Standing, Benny and the Jets and Tiny Dancer using powerful stories and personal experiences shared by real-life people.
Deftly fusing these intimate associations with Elton’s worldwide hits is a powerhouse cast including; Andy Cook (Chicago, Priscilla), Marcus Corowa (Bran Nue Dae, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), Luke Kennedy (There’s Something About Music, Swing on This) and Irena Lysiuk (The IsoLate Late Show, Tosca), backed by a live band featuring Mik Easterman (drums), Michael Manikus (keys) and OJ Newcomb (bass).
Creative Team
A production by The Little Red Company 
Production Manager Rebecca Easterman
Lighting Design Jason Glenwright
Sound Design Jamie Taylor
Costume Design Laura Churchill
Artwork Jacob Brewer
Photography Caitlin Boland
Your Song premiered at Judith Wright Arts Centre, Brisbane in April 2021.

A wonderful fun-filled and joyous celebration of Elton John’s extraordinary body of work, made more pertinent by personal stories, and delivered with aplomb by a phenomenally talented group of singers and musicians...It should certainly not be missed.

ArtsHub

If you’re looking for a show that you can sing along to, that will pull on your heart strings, and leave you breathless, ‘Your Song’ is that show. An excellent directorial debut for Naomi Price, and yet another astonishing set and production feat for The Little Red Company.

Scenestr

High-octane from beginning to end… The audience did not stop applauding and dancing.

The Creative Issue

Elton John has been part of our cultural landscape for so long that generations have grown up with his music and The Little Red Company’s new show Your Song pays tribute to that in the most wonderful way.

The Courier-Mail