A Night For Nepal

An intimate performance to raise money for Nepal

Presented by World Vision, Arts Centre Melbourne, Opera Australia and Dainty Group

Monday June 29th, 2015. Doors 7.30pm Performance 8.00pm. Arts Centre Melbourne, ANZ Pavilion.

Hugh Sheridan is reminding Australians how lucky we are, and asking us to “dig deep” for those who are in need of our help.  The “A Night for Nepal” fundraiser is a celebration of music to raise critical funds for the ongoing efforts in Nepal after the tragic April earthquakes which killed close to 9000 and leaving thousands homeless.

A great collection of his musical friends have now agreed to jump on board for the cause. Australia’s leading soprano Marina Prior will take to the stage, contemporary pop superstar Kate Miller-Heidke will serenade, Lisa McCune is lending the night her voice and Gold Logie credentials, Caroline O’Connor is stepping from the stage of ‘Anything Goes’, the acclaimed cabaret of Meow Meow and the iconic Rhonda Burchmore round out the line up. The talented musical director of Strictly Ballroom, Daniel Edmonds, will lead a great band to ensure a sensational night of music.

As well an enlisting this great line up, Hugh personally secured the support of some major institutions for the event in Arts Centre Melbourne, Opera Australia and Dainty Group, all of whom have made great contributions so that we can maximize the money raised for Nepal. Plus all of the musicians are generously performing for free and so 100% of profits will flow directly to Nepal via World Vision who have been on the ground in Nepal for more than twenty years.

Tickets to“A Night For Nepal”  are $80 + credit card charges and are on sale now at

Donations can also be made direct to World Vision Nepal Earthquake Appeal at:


Hugh Sheridan is a much loved Australian actor known for roles such as Ben Rafter in Packed to the Rafters. Hugh now lives in the US and has a residency at Herb Alperts Vibrato room in LA. He is currently filming The Divorce in Melbourne alongside Marina Prior and Lisa McCune.


World Vision started working in Nepal in 1982, previously helping communities rebuild after earthquakes and floods. After the recent earthquake, World Vision has constructed 54 temporary schools. These have just reopened allowing kids to return to school for the first time. They are currently distributing tarps, blankets, jerry cans, tents, roofing sheets, household kits (these include basic items for cooking & cleaning), hygiene kits, buckets, mosquito nets and food to remote areas. They have also established 22 Child Friendly Spaces in the earthquake affected areas, keeping over 1500 children from wandering the streets. They will be there for the long-term to help them rebuild in the coming years.

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29 Jun 2015
Arts Centre Melbourne, ANZ Pavilion

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