Take trip back to the 70s with iconic Queen of Pop

LEGENDARY former ‘Queen of Pop’ Marcia Hines returns to the Revesby Workers’ Club stage this weekend with her high-energy show ‘Disco Inferno’, featuring music from a career spanning more than four decades.

Marcia has released 22 albums, selling 2.6 million copies and has garnered countless chart-topping singles and multi-platinum records.
An inspiration to women and Australians everywhere, Marcia is constantly reinventing herself and setting industry benchmarks; moving from Boston, Massachusetts, to Sydney at just 16 to star in the Australian production of ‘Hair’, being the first black woman to star in ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ and advocating ceaselessly for diabetes. Australian Idol’s favourite judge for the show’s seven consecutive years, Marcia was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2007 and received the Order of Australia (AM) in 2009 for her services to the Australian Entertainment Industry as a performer, judge and mentor and to the community through a range of charitable organisations. Following a successful season starring in ‘Saturday Night Fever’ at the Lyric Theatre in Sydney, this legendary former ‘Queen of Pop’ shows no sign of slowing down
‘Marcia Hines – Disco Inferno’ is on this Saturday, September 7; doors open from 8pm with show from 8.30pm. Tickets: $49 at rwc.org.au.