A dirty wink from a pervert, a Rod Stewart lookalike that won’t leave you alone and some drunk chick who yells “we love what you’re doing darl, but do you mind turning it down a bit”. Set over a single evening, Elizabeth (starring Lisa Crawley) features original indie-pop songs and true stories drawn from late night stints playing piano in Melbourne’s hidden hotel bars.
Scotsman Fringe First Award winning company Bullet Heart Club collaborates with indie songwriter Lisa Crawley to create an intimate gig-theatre work about what it feels like to be the equivalent of musical wallpaper.
Lisa Crawley has opened for the likes of John Mayer, Jools Holland, Simply Red, Paul Weller, and has played alongside music legends Tim Finn and Pete Murray. However, none of that is half as intimidating as opening up to audiences about what’s really going on inside her head when playing for tips.
Warning: Contains coarse language, adult themes
'A breath of fresh air, it’s no wonder Crawley has become one of the country’s most respected ladies in the game.' - The AU Review