Tag Archives: Adamstown Arts

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 are many more familiar melodies in this musical floral bouquet.

Sing Along recreates the nostalgic pleasure of singing favourite songs around the piano with a group of friends. Philip Sketchley is an amazing pianist, keeping the singers in tune. All words are provided and local theatre performers lead the singing. A delicious afternoon tea completes a delightful get-together.

Entry at the door is $10, with funds to Camp Breakaway, providing respite care for high-needs children and adults and their families.

For more information, please phone John and Libby on 4943 5316.

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

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

Moving Paths – Jazz Trio Concert

This concert is part of a NSW tour for Sydney-based jazz trio Moving Paths. They look forward to presenting a night of original compositions and spontaneous improvisations in the beautiful acoustics of the Adamstown Uniting Church auditorium. Over the past four years, Linus Foley (piano), Max Alduca (double bass), and Luke Keanan-Brown (drums) have developed… Continue Reading

Tradewinds Folk Events presents Madison Violet

It’s always been a mystery … What is it that makes a duo really connect with an audience? You know the sort of thing. It is like a silver thread that wraps around you tying you to the musos, who are pushing their art to the limit trying to reach you. I know what breaks… Continue Reading

Quaker WW1 Travelling Peace Exhibition

Dissent and opposition to the war, and to preparations for war are highlighted in the WW1 centenary exhibition entitled: World War 1 – Quaker witness to peace and non-violence. Australian historian Emeritus professor Jill Roe says: Quakers have been vital to the peace tradition since the 17th century, and never more so than during and… Continue Reading

Chant for Life

An afternoon of delight with a community of graceful voices open to explore the breath of an embodied centre. This workshop experience will use some take home singing meditations to calm the mind, nourish the heart and restore healthy balance. If you’re seeking time-out from the distractions and demands of life, come! No experience needed.… Continue Reading

The Original Ms.O

Award-winning songwriter Maureen O’Brien has been so busy with her theme shows and theatre projects over the past 5 years, that her local fans could be forgiven for thinking she has stopped writing songs. But nothing could be further from the truth. Although she is no longer touring, nor promoting her work commercially, she has… Continue Reading

Twilight Musical Dialogues – Celebrating the Diversity of Australia

Following Twilight Musical Dialogues’ musical journeys to Germany, the Former Kingdom of Bohemia and Russia this year, Flautist and Artistic Director Sally Walker celebrates our diverse Australian culture with Pianist and Composer Sally Whitwell at 7pm, September 15th. The established Twilight Musical Dialogues series pairs the intimate setting of the Adamstown Uniting Church with a… Continue Reading

Centre for Hope Benefit Concert & Creativity Showcase

The Award-winning Centre For Hope is all about empowering disadvantaged young people to respect themselves, to connect to the wider community and to create an inspired life. The Centre for Hope Charity & Social Enterprise Benefit Concert & Creativity Showcase will be held on Saturday 2nd September, 2017, at the Adamstown Uniting Church. The concert… Continue Reading

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

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