Timomatic thrills

A group of Port Lincoln-based customers from Cara, one of the state’s largest disability service providers, attended the Timomatic concert held at the Nautilus Theatre on Monday, January 22. 

All of the customers who attended had a fantastic time and Timomatic and his support act Divine our Destiny stayed back after the show and met the customers.

Cara service manager Narelle Heffernan said the performer had gone above and beyond to make it a special experience.

“Timomatic and his producer went to the lengths of closing the gallery after his signing of crowd merchandise, to come and meet with our customers individually,” Ms Heffernan said.

“He spent time taking photos and watched a young Cara customer do a rap.

“Timomatic and Divine our Destiny were clapping and cheering for him, and the look on this child’s face was priceless.

“What an experience!”

Ms Heffernan said Cara was grateful to the Nautilus Arts Centre, Port Lincoln City Council and Timomatic’s promoter NUI Events for donating tickets for the group to attend the concert.

The popular Australia’s Got Talent star and multi-platinum selling artist performed in Port Lincoln as part of his national ‘Do What You Want’ tour.