Tag Archives: Adamstown Arts

Carolfest 2017

Carolfest is a popular tradition that began over 30 years ago at Adamstown Uniting Church and all are welcome to join in the fun again this year. Save the date for a wonderful afternoon of music and carol singing and get into the spirit of Christmas. Enjoy hearing the story of Christmas retold in a unique way by the Rev Rod Pattenden, and raise money for the Christmas Bowl appeal.

More info coming soon …

Waratah Brass presents ‘Tis the Season

Waratah Brass presents ‘Tis the Season on Sunday 10 December 2017 at Adamstown Uniting Church. 1.30pm Waratah Training Band 2pm Waratah Brass Waratah Brass Waratah Brass has been entertaining the Hunter Community for over 130 years! Waratah Brass is still proudly connected to the people and community of Newcastle and Lake Macquarie. Many of our… Continue Reading

Resonance Presents ‘Summer’ with Chris Cartner

This one-hour journey through the pictures and emotions of Summer is a musical representation of everything which this special season represents. As always, our concerts are designed to be friendly and informal, and are followed by complimentary drinks. Wednesday 6th December 2017 from 7pm – 8pm.  Purchase tickets online. PROGRAM Part 1 – “From darkness… Continue Reading

Hunter Singers and Hunter Trebles Consort Music

Hunter Singers and Hunter Trebles will join with special guests Nova Praetorians to present beautiful choral and recorder music from Bach to today.  Hunter Singers is a vibrant community choir organisation based in Newcastle, Australia, dedicated to nurturing and developing young voices and promoting Australian choral music. In 2014, the Hunter Singers celebrated 25 years… Continue Reading

Lo-Fi @ The Dungeon with ‘Flight Hawk’

Lo-Fi @ The Dungeon Saturday 2 Dec with Flight Hawk, Hchie, Sister Rosicky and Regina Kamanda. A musical celebration of uniqueness, awkwardness, tolerance, understanding, and acceptance. Entry is $10 and doors open at 7pm. Bar and snacks available. Photo ID will be required for the purchase of alcohol. Continue Reading

Tradewinds Folk Events presents Fred Smith

Over the last 15 years Fred Smith has emerged as one of Australia’s most interesting songwriters. He has spent the last 15 years all over the joint: working on peace keeping missions in Afghanistan and the South Pacific, touring in America and travelling the Australian festival circuit. Fred Smith launches Great – a rollicking musical… Continue Reading

Sing Along to the Shows – Springtime

The next Sing Along to the Shows at 2pm, Saturday, 18th November, in the Dungeon, Adamstown Uniting Church, will celebrate the beauty of Springtime with songs about flowers. You can Tiptoe through the Tulips to pick a Daisy or Edelweiss or Sweet Violets, or a Rose from Tralee or Picardy, Texas or Ireland. And there… Continue Reading

Twilight Musical Dialogues – Spain and South America

Uno, dos tres y …Twilight Musical Dialogues’ last subscription concert of the year will finish suitably warm-bloodedly on November 10th, with the passionate music from Spain and South America, with leading Latin-Music specialist Pianist Daniel Rojas-Gonzales joining Flautist Sally Walker and featured young performer, Violinist William Carraro. The King of the Tango, Astor Piazzolla, is… Continue Reading

Adamstown Trash & Treasure

The great BIG Adamstown Trash and Treasure is Saturday 28 October! The Adamstown Uniting Church Hall will be filled with quality second-hand books, clothes, bric-a-brac, toys, collectables, vintage goods, kitchenware, homewares, plants and more! There will also be Adamstown puddings, pickles, jams and sauces for sale. Come along and grab a bargain, stay for morning… Continue Reading

Ladies Who Almost Lunch

Ladies Who almost Lunch is a delightful comedy/drama in 2 Acts, set to new Original music, where you’ll meet our 4 ladies who meet regularly for lunch in the private dining room of a popular restaurant. Each of them are dealing with differing life issues and their monthly lunches are chance to let off some… Continue Reading

– Our church meets on the traditional lands of the Awabakal people, and we pay our respect to elders both past and present –