Hull to perform at The Bridge

Eliza Hull is set to perform at Castlemaine's Bridge Hotel later this month following a whirlwind trip to America.

Award-winning Castlemaine musician, writer and disability advocate, Eliza Hull, is set to perform at Castlemaine’s Bridge Hotel on Friday April 29.

Fresh from a whirlwind trip to America last month where she performed as part of the Sounds Australia Showcase at the renowned South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, Hull is excited to hit the stage in her home town for the first time since the COVID lockdowns.

“I love performing at The Bridge, it’s a great venue and always a supportive crowd,” she said.

Hull will be joined on stage by her full band including local drummer Holly Thomas.

Hull’s music has been described as “stirring, captivating and heartfelt” and is regularly played on radio nationally and internationally.

Her songs are featured in ABC KIDS TV show And Then Something Changed, ABC’s The Heights and American TV shows AwkwardTeen Wolf and Saving Hope.

She recently performed her new song about living with disability, Running Underwater, on ABC’s Q&A and at SXSW in Texas and while at the US event also spoke on a panel on accessibility in the music industry.

Hull is a proud disabled woman with a nerve disorder, ‘Charcot-Marie-Tooth’ disease, and is an active disability advocate, panellist and speaker at events all over the globe.

Locals may know Her as the editor and creator of the book, We’ve Got This: Stories by Disabled Parents, which features 25 parents with disability.

She is also a contributor in Growing Up Disabled in Australia and has a children’s book coming out in September titled Come Over To My House, co-written with children’s author Sally Rippin.

Hull also wrote And Then Something Changed for ABC Kids TV about a child’s experience with disability.

Recently Hull was awarded the Music Victoria ‘Amplify’ award, the APRA mentorship for women in music and the National Leadership Award from the Australia Council and Arts Access Australia.

Hull is currently hard at work on her fifth studio record, which will feature new track Running Underwater.

“I am working on the album with Georgia Sallybanks (Odette) and Pip Norman and I am loving the sound. I can’t wait to share it later this year,” she said.

Local audiences can enjoy the new track and a mix of Hull’s previous offerings at her April 29 performance.
The muso will hit the stage from 8.30pm. For tickets visit