Festival Program


The Crow Family

Fri 31 Aug, 10am
Animal Church at 524 Flinders

Inspired by vaudeville and performed by Maude Davey, David Pidd and their children, Alice and Leo, The Crow Family is a gentle, intimate, and beautiful music performance event about remarkable creatures and what makes us human.

This session is $22/$19. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 20 July.


1 hour

Session code


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Session Artists

Maude Davey is an actor, writer and director with her primary focus being the creation of new work. She's worked a lot in variety and neo-burlesque as well as in film and TV. Highlights include her acclaimed solo show My Life In The Nude on stage, and Summer Heights High on screen.

David Pidd is a performer and theatre maker. He has worked nationally and internationally with: Salamanca Theatre Company, Theatre of the Deaf, Arena Theatre, Patch Theatre, Back to Back, Melbourne Theatre Company. Recent work includes Future Postal Service with Maybe_Together for the Commonwealth Games, and The Crow Family with his family.

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