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Sparkle on the high seas

 Armed with some serious high heels for some serious high seas The Diamonds boarded Celebrity Millennium in Japan for a rocky ride around Japan and China. Not to be swayed, our super sparkly and talented cast delivered knockout shows to the 1500 seat theatre on board over several nights. We’ve been receiving great feedback across our social media from passengers and the girls are already looking forward to their next cruise leaving on Sunday on board Celebrity Solstice cruising from Auckland to Noumea.El Libby Adele cruise2

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The Diamonds continue domination of NSW concert tour

The Diamonds continued their NSW concerts as they took to the stage at Evan Theatre at Panthers World of Entertainment. Performing 90mins of hit after hit the girls smashed their way through much loved tunes from divas of the 1940’s to the 2000’s.

With a great crowd in the house there were many a dance move being busted in the aisles and a well-deserved standing ovation at the end of the show. The Diamonds now head to The Juniors, Kingsford on 31st October.

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The Diamonds dazzle Aussie icon Dick Smith

The Diamonds were thrilled to be invited to perform for well-known Aussie brand Dick Smith with over 600 invited guests descending upon Sydney’s Town Hall.

Featured as the star performers of the evening and performing medleys including Soul, Motown, Disco and some of the most loved contemporary pop anthems the girls had the dance floor jumping in no time.

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The Diamonds hit Eureka!

The Diamonds jetted off to Melbourne, performing their knockout show for an exclusive and intimate dinner held at the Eureka Towers.

With just 30 VIPs from across the Asia-Pacific in attendance the girls dazzled guests transcending language and cultural barriers alike with the much loved music from Motown, Whitney Houston, Disco Divas, and Soul Songstresses.

“Thank you SMA and the Diamonds for their wonderful performance, looking forward to working with you and your artists in the near future.”

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Diamonds Smash first concerts of 2015 tour

The Diamonds long awaited start to their first ever public tour was a smashing success over the weekend with 2 shows on the NSW South Coast.Hitting the open road along with SMA band The Players, the girls performed in Merimbula and St George’s Basin to rave reviews. The Diamonds next stops will be Evan Theatre – Penrith Panthers, The Juniors – Kingsford and The Cube – Campbelltown.

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2 more sleeps!

We are gearing up to go on the road with rehearsals and radio interviews in full swing ahead of our Merimbula, St George’s Basin, Penrith and Sydney shows.

Wish us luck…when we say “wish us” we mean GRAB YOUR and by “luck” we mean TICKETS!

All dates and ticket links can be found here on our tour dates page

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The Diamonds dazzle guests at Music For Life Ball

The Diamonds cast Casey, Shikye and Hannah-May pictured with live painter Sarah Rohan DahlThe Diamonds were thrilled to be invited to be the headline entertainment for the annual Music For Life Ball raising money for the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation founded by Dr Charlie Teo.

With over 400 attendees and held in the pavilion at Penrith Panthers our stunning Diamond’s girls smashed out two sets of hit after hit starting with the Motown era and finishing with the Spice Girls which had the crowd cheering for more.

The Diamonds will return to Panthers on Saturday 1st August performing in the 700 seat Evan Theatre with their 90minute concert show which commences it’s touring soon.

Tickets available at the theatre website

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