Join Olivia Newton-John in conversation with Ray Martin, live on stage, re-living her extraordinary life.
Long before Sandy appeared in her spandex jeans to wow Danny (and the entire world) in Grease, she was already one of Australia’s most beloved, successful and phenomenal entertainers. Then came Xanadu, and success after success, creating one of the world’s most enduring and endearing stars. Her advocacy work for humanitarian and health issues, especially the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre, is renowned.
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ABOUT OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN
Singer-songwriter and actress Olivia Newton-John, known for playing Sandy in the musical film ‘Grease’ has battled breast cancer and helped raise awareness through her music.
Born in England in 1948, Olivia Newton-John performed in clubs and on television in England in the ’60s and went on to record Grammy Award-winning hits including “I Honestly Love You” and “Let’s Get Physical.” She became an international star after playing Sandy in the 1978 film adaptation of Grease, co-starring John Travolta. In 1992, Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer, eventually went into remission and then suffered a relapse in 2017. She has devoted much of her time to help raise awareness and funding for cancer research and has supported various environmental causes and charities.
Please note, this is a live interview format event – Olivia will not be singing during the evenings.
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