Emily and Christian played the last gig of their Sunshine Coast Hinterland tour at Maleny Community Centre following shows at The Majestic Theatre in Pomona and Eudlo Hall.  Thanks to everyone who came to see them.

Emily is about to start her first tour of New South Wales with gigs this weekend at Clovass McKees Hill Hall and Nimbin School of Arts.  The full tour list and ticket links can be found at  https://emilymaguire.com/nsw-tour-2022/. Please spread the word if you have friends or family in the area.

Emily is also performing at The BUg (Brisbane Unplugged Gigs) at New Farm Bowls Club in Brisbane next Tuesday.  The blackboard starts at 7.15pm, Emily and Christian are on at 9pm.  Tickets are just $10 on the door.

We’ve just announced 9 dates for south-east Queensland in February/March next year.  You can see the tour list here.  Tickets will be on sale soon.

Emily has announced her tour dates for October this year in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.  She will be playing The Majestic Theatre, Pomona (Sat 15 Oct), Eudlo Hall (Sat 22 Oct) and Maleny Community Centre (Sat 29 Oct), performing as an acoustic duo with her husband Christian Dunham on bass.

Tickets for all Emily’s Hinterland shows are $30/$25 concessions and will be refunded in the event of a cancellation due to Covid.  Ticket links and a live video sneak preview of the show can be found at https://www.emilymaguire.com/hinterland-tour-2022.

Emily has returned to Australia following her trip back to the UK and will be performing with her husband Christian Dunham at Folk Redlands in Brisbane on Sunday 15 July.

Emily’s latest poetry book ‘Words With Wings’ has been reviewed in Caduceus Magazine – you can read the review here.

Emily’s first book ‘Start Over Again’ is available as an e-book from Amazon (Kindle) and Barnes & Noble (Nook).  In it, she tells the story behind her songs… her journeys into psychosis and depression and the hope and poetic beauty that emerge from the other side.  Based on the verses of her song ‘Start Over Again’ (from her album ‘Believer’), this selection of Emily’s poetry, prose, song lyrics and very personal diary entries offers a rare and unique insight in the creativity of a manic depressive mind.

The book is also available as a paperback.

Emily’s tour of southern Queensland begins next month.  She will be performing with her husband Christian Dunham at community halls across the region.  Tickets are on sale now.

Friday 8 April, 7pm ~ Springbrook Community Hall  book tickets
Saturday 9 April, 7.30pm ~ Felton Hall, near Toowoomba  book tickets
Friday 29 April, 7pm ~ Mt Nimmel Hall, Austinville  book tickets
Saturday 30 April, 7.30pm ~ Mt Nebo Hall  book tickets
Friday 6 May, 7pm ~ Stanthorpe Little Theatre  book tickets
Saturday 7 May, 7.30pm ~ Kerry Memorial Hall  book tickets