The Diamonds have finished up their New South Wales regional concert tour performing across Dubbo, Orange, Cessnock and Tamworth. See what some of our audience had to say below…
“The Diamonds, backed by the sensational band The Players, was the perfect Season opener for Dubbo Regional Theatre. Everything about The Diamonds was of high quality and finesse; the singing, choreography, exquisite costumes and the way they worked the audience. It was quite remarkable to see many audience members pack the aisles to dance and end the night with a standing ovation.” Linda Cristoff – Manager, Dubbo Regional Theatre
The Diamonds were honoured to be the headline performance for the Lifeline Canberra Gala Ball where they had the dance floor packed full and much needed funds were raised for the charity. The performances included a moving rendition of Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ by Diamonds’cast member Kirrah Amossa.
The Diamonds were joined on the night by their band The Players, Nan Heo from String Diva as well as pianist Ella Carstein and singer Jessica Lingotti who ensured the party was kept grooving from start to finish.
The Diamonds have kicked off their 2018 tour which sees them performing in theatres throughout regional New South Wales.
A sneak peek picture from backstage…The Diamonds have been cruising through the summer on board Celebrity, Carnival and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines performing in some amazing 2000 seat theatres.
The Diamonds starred alongside Kate Cerberano, Andrew O’Keefe and Damien Leith over four massive concerts at Sydney’s ICC Theatre.
The Diamonds rocked the house at Juniors check out some photos from the show courtesy of Oneill Photographics.
The Diamonds were thrilled to return to Karralyka Theatre where they performed sell out concerts across both matinee and evening shows. The girls had a blast with the dynamic crowd resulting in rave reviews and standing ovations. The Diamonds look forward to hitting the road in 2017 with concerts at Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre, The Juniors, Kingsford and more dates to be announced soon.
The Diamonds shone bright at the TAA Victoria Accommodation Awards for Excellence held at the Grand Hyatt Ballroom where 500 industry heavyweights came together to celebrate.
Singing the biggest hits from the biggest diva’s the world has ever known the girls had the party spirit in full swing performing both an opener and returning later in the evening for their main set.
The Diamonds were thrilled to head to Canberra where they were invited to perform at Old Parliament House for the Executive Dimensions Conference Welcome Dinner.
With a room full of Australia’s best architectural experts our girls delivered a perfectly structured show designed to get even the most reluctant of guests on the dance floor!
Dressed head to toe in their stunning couture gowns and armed with hit after hit of floor filling anthems our girls were a massive success for this notoriously tough crowd.
The Diamonds visited the town of Walgett in Regional NSW for the first time over the weekend and were honoured to perform for the Walgett Aboriginal Service Celebratory 30th Anniversary Ball.
The trip started with a little adventure and a real treat when they boarded their very own tiny charter plane to make the last section of the journey from Dubbo to Walgett, cast member Emily Harlow even got to ride gun-shot with the pilot!
Once the excitement was over it was down to business with the girls performing two high octane sets of female pop anthems that had each and every guest on the dance floor singing along. The girls had a blast performing for the celebration and can’t wait to return.