Alice Night sings and facilitates with bold vulnerability. She explores celtic sensibilities and weaves old ways with modern themes. Her songs, poems and theatre pieces reach fiercely into the cultural whilst also welcoming the deeply personal.
On stage Alice opens a world of spontaneity, story, theatricality and audience engagement. Often noted for her naturally moving vocal tone, her authenticity and the emotional integrity of her creative work.
There is a timelessness to the sound of Alice’s voice. She can transport you back to the cave by the ocean that you once lived in, and also put your children to sleep with her recorded albums.
Alice Night sings what is noble and what is true while donning a wild honesty that is unforgettable to witness and likely leaves you laughing or crying.
‘Her words sang to my very bones... I’ve realised how healing it is to have ones own feelings and experiences found, met and clarified through the intelligent, aware, true words of another.’ Kayleigh Ashley - audience member.
'I give myself permission...
To create art that has not been considered art yet
To touch stinging nettles with my bear hands
To make spelling mistakes and mis-pronounce words
To cook without recipes
To sing made up languages
To rebut Shakespeare
To ask strange questions at dinner tables
To be sexy and happy and comfortable
To be far far from sexy
To be quiet
To stay home
To stay awake
To light a hundred candles
To talk to the moon
To be wealthy in all the ways
To make mistakes and admit them
To write poetry whenever I feel to
To wear weird shit
To confuse people
To surprise myself
To be a clown
To be a wife
To learn archery and hunting
To turn my phone off
To sleep past the alarm to finish my dream
To eat desert first
To make cubby houses indoors and outdoors
To found a wild university
To be an art doula for others
To be where I am
To breath deeply
To interrupt shitty behaviour
To stand with my legs apart
To take my time to explain myself'
“The tone to Alice Night's voice is just irresistible.”
Dave Ruby Howe - Triple J Unearthed