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TOSA Presents Chris McPhee & Rosie Hosking In Concert

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  • Adults: $35.00 each
  • Concession & Seniors: $25.00 each
  • Buy Tickets – 8272 1177
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  • Sun 23 Jun 2024, 2:00pm–4:00pm


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Join us for an afternoon of fun entertainment with Chris & Rosie, read on for more details about these 2 accomplished performers:

Introducing CHRIS McPHEE…

Chris McPhee A.A.G.M. is a celebrated theatre organist who lives and works in Adelaide. He has a distinctive musical style emanating fun and individuality while expressing his vibrant spirit and passion for nostalgia.

As a teenager, Chris was particularly inspired when he heard the legendary UK organist and entertainer, Douglas Reeve. Since then, Chris went on to build and establish an international reputation for himself. He has performed at leading venues across Australia, New Zealand, United States of America and the United Kingdom. In recogition of his outstanding talents, he was awarded an Associate Diploma in Organ, with Honors.

In his home city, Chris has starred as the featured artist on the J.W. Walker & Sons Adelaide Town Hall Organ and the Silver Jubilee Organ at the Festival Theatre. He was chosen to receive the great honor of being the final organist to perform at the historic Adelaide Regent Theatre before it closed in 2004.

Chris has thrilled audiences with his stylish organ playing at many venues and celebrates over 35 years of performing on the famous Wurlitzer at the Capri Theatre. He has released 7 commercial recordings and his music is broadcast extensively, not only on local radio, but all around the globe. He is a solo artist of great renown but he has also performed alongside some of the all-time greats of Australian entertainment.

Outside of Chris McPhee’s musical endeavours, he also holds qualifications in embalming and post mortem reconstructive surgery, with membership in both the Australian Institute of Embalming and British Institute of Embalmers.


Rosie’s career spans 30 years and has seen her perform on the musical theatre, operatic, cabaret and corporate stage nationally and overseas. Her credits include performances with the State Opera of SA, Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Adelaide Festival, Cameron Mackintosh, Popjam Productions, Seabiscuit Productions, Six Foot Something Productions and The Factory. She studied at the Elder Conservatorium and is now delighted to be lecturing there in the musical theatre degree.

For the State Opera of South Australia Rosie’s roles include Prince Orlovsky in Die Fledermaus, Second Lady in The Magic Flute, featured roles in Love Burns and Bright Lights, Big Dreams. She has also appeared as a featured ensemble member in Carousel, The Merry Widow and Sweeney Todd understudying the role of Mrs Lovett. Most recently she appeared in Candide, a co-production with the State Theatre Company.

Other theatre credits include Diana Next to Normal (Six Foot Something & The Factory) for which she received the 2012 Adelaide Theatre Guide Award for Best Professional Female Performance. Other roles include Miriam in the Australian Premier of The Front (Adelaide Cabaret Festival), Lily in Mother, Wife and the Complicated Life (Popjam Productions), Dinah in South Pacific (Seabiscuit Productions) and The Phantom of the Opera Austraiian/NZ Tour (Cameron Mackintosh).

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