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Christina Bianco in association with Hayes Theatre Co presents diva main

Christina Bianco: Diva Moments!

Written by and starring Christina Bianco
Musical Director Michael Lavine

Acclaimed YouTube sensation, Christina Bianco comes to Sydney with her hit solo show DIVA MOMENTS.

Broadway and West End performer Christina Bianco's singular voice and comedic charm have brough audiences around the world to their feet. Bianco captured international acclaim as a YouTube sensation with her 'diva' impression videos, gaining over 23 million views. A woman of many voices she has performed on The Ellen Degneres Show, The Queen Latifah Show, The Today Show, The Paul O'Grady Show, This Morning and Graham Norton on BBC Radio 2. 

Celebrating the most iconic vocalists of all time, Diva Moments features songs that made divas out of the women who sang them. Audiences can expect an exciting selection of pop, standard and Broadway tunes, sung in Christina's own voice as well as in the voices of your favourite pop-culture personalites from yesterday and today. From Ariane Grande to Barbra Streisand to Edith Piaf. No celebrity is safe!

The show will also feature some of Christina's greatest YouTube hits and her hilarious 'unlikely interpretations', that pair a singer and song that you wouldn't expect. 

With countless impressions, games, sketches and lots of audience participation, Diva Moments is sure to be unlike anything audiences have seen before. 

Join Christina for Diva Moments, honouring the great divas who have stood the test of time. 



'Must we trot out the phrase 'tour-de-force'? Yes, we must! ...Bianco's work is something to see' - The New York Times

'Bianco, a comic firecracker with a pyrotechnic voice, drives the audience wild!' - Time Out New York

'Bianco may be known for her impressions, but what audiences will take away from her shows are her humor, charm, and incredibly powerful voice rivaling the very divas she impersonates.' - Broadwayworld

Two performances only

Sunday 12 March 2017 at 3.00pm and 7.00pm

Running time: 90 mins