Tag Archives: Adamstown Arts

Sing Along to the Shows – Songs of the War Years

As we mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, you are invited to Pack Up Your Troubles in your Old Kit Bag and Sing Along to Show Tunes and Songs of Wartime – Keep the Home Fires Burning, Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree, Kiss me Goodnight Sergeant-Major, White Cliffs of Dover, and, of course, We’ll Meet Again.

The program includes songs from South Pacific, The Sound of Music and Oh, What a Lovely War!, and hits from The Andrews Sisters, Vera Lynn and Gracie Fields, and much more.

Tickets at door $10 Afternoon tea included.
Funds to Camp Breakaway.
For more information, please phone 49435316.

Sing Along recreates the nostalgic pleasure of singing favourite songs around the piano with a group of friends. All words are provided and local theatre performers lead the singing. Mr Music, Philip Sketchley, keeps everyone in tune. Sing Along has been a biannual event in the Dungeon for nearly 10 years.

Adam Swanson and The Dizzy Fingers Ragtime Band

Join brilliant American Ragtime Pianist Adam Swanson and Australia’s Dizzy Fingers Ragtime Band to present a concert with an assortment of ragtime compositions, mostly from the golden years from 1895–1920 when ragtime was the dominant popular music and the dance music of the day. Adam Swanson is the foremost young ragtime enthusiast in the United… Continue Reading

Harvest Rain Youngstars Performer’s Workshop

This exclusive workshop will put young and aspiring performers in a room with some of Australia’s most experienced and respected theatre makers, including director and producer Tim O’Connor (CEO of Harvest Rain and Producer of over 25 major productions) and Music Director Dennett Hudson. For ages 10 – 21 years. Harvest Rain is Australia’s largest… Continue Reading

Art Installation by James Drinkwater

James Drinkwater is a Newcastle based painter and sculptor whose richly coloured and textured surfaces explore intimate spaces evoking memory, touch and place. There are shadows, shapes and a sense of presence that are held together with ecstatic delight and joy! The sixth exhibition in the Altar/d art installation series. Launch event: Friday 5 October 7–8pm… Continue Reading

Under Construction – 10 years of Singing! Anniversary Concert

Under Construction – Newcastle’s Mental Health and wellbeing community choir invites you to share in celebrating 10 years of singing. The choir will present a wide range of musical styles and will be joined by the ‘Song Crew’ from Julie Logan Music. Tickets at the Door (includes afternoon tea): $20 Adult / $15 Conc. / $5 Child /… Continue Reading

Sea of Life Movie Night

Come join us at The Dungeon for a screening of ‘Sea of Life’. Doors will open at 5.30pm for a 6 o’clock start. Tickets are $5 at the door, and all proceeds will go towards environmental initiatives run by Earth Guardians Newcastle. Feel free to bring along movie snacks, pillows, blankets, and pyjamas! We hope… Continue Reading

Art Installation By Braddon Snape

Braddon Snape is a Newcastle based sculptor who has received wide recognition for his refined approach and use of materials. He has been a finalist in many national competitions and has received a number of important commissions. His current practice is focused on forms made from sheets of inflated steel including this cloud form which… Continue Reading

Encore Ladies

Maureen O’Brien returns for just one performance of her themed show – ENCORE LADIES – based around the music of Carole King, Carly Simon, and Joni Mitchell. Three legendary female songwriters whose music was a driving force in the rising tide of feminism at the beginning of the 70s. Sunday 9 September 2018, 2pm – 4pm… Continue Reading

Peace Concert

Celebrate 100 years since peace came at the end of World War 1 and Australian servicemen could begin the long journey home. The church Honour Board was erected in honour of the Adamstown men who served and the true story of one such young man, Thomas Rogers Jones, will feature in the concert. Artists include… Continue Reading

Brother Choirs Together

Two outstanding Male Voice Choirs – Waratah Male Voice Choir and Sydney Male Voice Choir – in concert. Each with 60 years of tradition in concert singing. Waratah Male Voice Choir has been singing in Newcastle since 1956. Sydney Male Voice Choir began in 1913. Both choirs sing at Anzac Services, Community concerts and Aged… 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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