Touch of Las Vegas makes its way to Camden

Australia's six-foot something songstress, Ms Clutch, plays the goddess of pop, Cher and her famous friends. Picture: Supplied
Australia's six-foot something songstress, Ms Clutch, plays the goddess of pop, Cher and her famous friends. Picture: Supplied

Overseas travel is now a distant memory, so Prada Clutch will bring Las Vegas to the heart of Camden for one night only with her new show, Les Divas.

Australia's six-foot something songstress, Ms Clutch, plays the goddess of pop, Cher including an all-star line-up of her most famous friends like Barbara Streisand, Shirley Bassey, Tina Turner, Mariah Carey, Beyonce and much more.

Ms Clutch said she was looking forward to performing for the Camden community again after playing her Priscilla: Queen of the Desert show to a sell-out crowd previously.

"People wanted more so I decided to bring my new show Les Divas," she said.

"I'm looking forward most to the crowd's reaction when I first come out on stage, as our touring shows have been far and few between since the pandemic in March.

"I really miss the buzz of a live audience."

The show will be held on February 27 from 7.30pm.

Ms Clutch said she had been impersonating Cher for almost ten years now.

"Some would say I'm Australia's self-proclaimed number one Cher impersonator," she said.

"It's a trip down memory lane for some of us old girls but we've spiced things up with the likes of Beyoncé for the young folk."

Camden mayor Theresa Fedeli said the show would go ahead under COVID-19 regulations in place at Camden Civic Centre.

"Many of us have been waiting to get out to a show since the beginning of the pandemic and this is your perfect chance," Cr Fedeli said.

"The Les Divas show is the first of an exciting live performance program to be held at Camden Civic Centre in 2021.

"I ask those attending to follow all COVID-19 safety regulations and have a fantastic time."

For more information on the show or to purchase tickets, go to: camdenciviccentre.com.au