Live Show: The Carny Dream by Camille O’Sullivan.

Artist, Belfast, Culture, Music, Northern Ireland

CQAF, Camille O’Sullivan, Belfast.

Be drawn into a world of dark, light, circus and dreams as Camille O’Sullivan performs her intensely dramatic interpretations of the songs of Brel, Cave, Radiohead, Tom Waits, Bowie and more.

In 2017 the singer took The Carny Dream show across the UK, selling out the Union Chapel in London, and recorded the CD Camille Sings Brel live at Wilton’s Music Hall.

She also performed in front of the President of Ireland at The Aras and at the 50th birthday of The Pogue’s Shane McGowan, alongside Nick Cave and Johnny Depp.

Dark, sexy, fierce, amusing and mesmerizing, Camille transforms each song she performs into an intense, emotional and theatrical unique experience.

Under a marquee full of stars Camille O’Sullivan performed The Carny Dream & songs from her ‘Changeling‘ album to an audience for the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival. Scroll down to view a few photos from the show & click on the videos to hear Camille’s music.

A cross between Sally Bowles, Patti Smith and P J Harvey… a major star.’ – THE SCOTSMAN

‘The Carny Dream’

‘Little Red Dress’

Nick Cave ‘The Ship Song’ by Camille O’Sullivan.

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Changeling Signed…


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2 thoughts on “Live Show: The Carny Dream by Camille O’Sullivan.”

    • aos says:

      Tis True. I remember seeing this poster with you many times in Edinburgh City – throughout the International Arts Festival. Your friend use to make a comparison to this promo-shot. Camille is brilliant live and her interpretations of artists mentioned above are fantastic. You would enjoy, Recommend.

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