Christine Middleton is a Musician, Storyteller, Performer and Writer of Musical Theatre Productions that document real historical journeys of ordinary people living lives of adventure, joy, heartache and endeavour.
Born and raised in NE Victoria, Christine has lived in the city, by the Sea and on a farm in rural remote NSW. She draws her inspiration from the places she has lived and the people she has met.
Accompanying herself on the Celtic Harp, Christine sings and tells stories of love, journey, hope, adventure and survival.
- 'Memoirs of a Scottish War Bride'
- 'Aussie Flyboy'
- 'His Mother's Son" - (The Story of Ellen Kelly)
- 'Scones, Lamingtons & Chocolate Roll'
- "Mary Queen of Scots"
- "Ned Kelly Came By"
Have met with remarkable audience responses.
Christine believes that family stories are important historical and social records to share with future generations and she has found that her audiences have been inspired to write their memories as a result of the plays.
In June 2008, Christine, invited to perform 'Memoirs of a Scottish War Bride' at the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival, accepted the invitation and flew to Scotland, the birthplace of her mother.
With three released CD's, the latest 'Lochs, Glens & Ingles', Christine brings passion, warmth, energy, talent and commitment to her performances.
Christine is available for your next Special Event, Fundraiser and as a Guest Speaker.