Paddy Dorney House Morning Tea With Runaway Belles And Architect’s Tour

Paddy Dorney House, 16 Denison Grove, West Launceston

Sunday, May 08

9:00 am — 12:30 pm

Booking required

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Junction Presents Open House Launceston Produced by the Festival of Architecture and Sound

Beautiful spaces with incredible acoustics. Be immersed and inspired by a collision of architecture, music and performance.

Come home to remarkable light and views over Launceston. A morning meditation with Runaway Belles followed by a house and garden tour with the the designer.

Runaway Belles is Tasmanian indie folk pop act featuring Tash Parker and Emma Anglesey. With a focus on uplifting storytelling and singing in constant harmony, Runaway Belles offer something unique. Described by Tone Deaf as “A harmony of indie-folk brilliance”, Tash and Emma’s voices are almost inseparable — even their mothers can’t tell who’s singing.

Showtimes: 9 am – 10.30am and 11 am – 12.30 pm (90 Minutes)

Ticket price: $25/$20


Access to Paddy Dorney House is down two short flights of stairs. The audience will firstly be seated and then walk around the house and garden. We are committed to accessible and inclusive events which can present challenges as we explore private architectural spaces. Please contact us if you have any accessibility concerns about this show and together we’ll make it possible for you to join us.



Building Type


Architectural Period

Contemporary (2001-current)


Architecture & Sound

New to Program


Level Changes

Stair Access Only

Steep Incline

Emma Anglesey

Emma Anglesey has activated Open House Hobart with music and last year it was under the banner of the new Festival of Architecture and Sound. Emma is really excited to be creative producing these events in partnership with Junction and Open House Launceston in her hometown. Emma is a Tasmanian singer-songwriter and one half of Runaway Belles, the country folk pop duo with Tash Parker. Last year Runaway Belles’ single Flames went to #1 on the AMRAP Regional Chart and the band received the Arts Tasmania New Works for New Markets grant to record new music. Emma’s songs have been playlisted by Double J and ABC Radio and used by Triple J to advertise Unearthed. Emma has performed at Woodford Folk Festival, A festival called Panama, Falls Festival, Party in the Paddock, Dark Mofo and Mona Foma, and toured with Guy Pearce, The Waifs and JUNO award winning Canadian band The East Pointers. In 2018 she showcased at Australia’s SXSW BIGSOUND. Read more

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