Join our free live streaming event CAN GIVE DAY LIVE!
On CAN GIVE DAY, this 26th November join us for our free live streaming event to raise funds to bring comfort, understanding and hope to patients and their families.
CAN GIVE DAY LIVE promises a morning of first-class entertainment, with Canberra Hospital Foundation Ambassador Leo "You make me feel like dancing' Sayer headlining the show!
We're also excited to welcome to the stage Canberra comedy sensation, Sparrow-Folk; local covers band, Topshelf; vocalist Louiza Blomfield; Therapeutic Harpist, Alison Ware; and dancer Allyx Falla!
Hosted by Mix106.3's Wilko, there will also be powerful interviews and speeches from Canberra Hospital Foundation champions TJ Campagna, Alanna Davis, Peter Munday and Dane McCormack.
You'll dance, you'll laugh, you'll cry, and most of all you'll be inspired.
The CAN GIVE DAY LIVE line up
Music icon Leo Sayer's singing career has spanned four decades. Recently announced as Canberra Hospital Foundation's Ambassador, we are thrilled to welcome Leo to the stage for CAN GIVE Live!
“This year has been difficult for many and I am happy to help the Foundation bring some comfort to anyone in hospital,” the singer-songwriter said. “It will be a great show, and one that I hope will inspire Canberrans to give.”
Leo Sayer at CAN GIVE DAY Live, proudly supported by East Hotel
The Aussie Sirens of Satire adorkable’ best friends Fox (Catherine Crowley) and Lark (Juliet Moody) are the multi-award winning comedy sensation Sparrow-Folk!
Canberra-based comedy/folk duo, Sparrow-Folk are the only band in the niche music genre, glam-folk.
Topshelf is an experienced 4 piece covers band and has been working around the Canberra music scene since 2000.
Not just another pub band, Topshelf also provide great music for weddings, corporate functions and parties.
Alison is a Creative Arts Therapist, Certified Clinical musician and Registered Counsellor working for Canberra Health Services. She currently Delivers the Therapeutic Harp Program visiting Canberra Hospital, Clare Holland House and The University of Canberra Hospital.
The Therapeutic Harp Program is supported through funding from the Canberra Hospital Foundation.
Allyx Falla, founding director of Ally Moves, is a dance, cardio and pilates specialist. Having spent the last 10 years pursuing her professional dance and acting career in Europe and London, Allyx has now returned to Canberra, Australia, to be close to family and to share her energy to help people kickstart their day or finish on a high!
Louiza’s love affair with musical performance started over 25 years ago. Sharing her stage time between big bands and the theatre stage her next exciting venture will be in April 2021 when she will play Donna, in Mamma Mia!
After a really strange year when theatres and venues around the world and have been dark, Louiza is delighted to play a part in CAN GIVE DAY Live alongside some incredible talent.