Child playing xylophone
Calendar, Children, Music, November 19, Performing arts

Music: EChO Kids’ Concerts in Kwinana

12 November @ Darius Wells Library & Resource Centre, Kwinana ·
Presented by West Australian Symphony Orchestra ·

After a booked out performance in 2018, we are back with two performances of March Along with EChO!

Join EChO (WASO’s 15-piece Education Chamber Orchestra) and presenter Libby Hammer. Featuring a selection of well-known nursery rhymes alongside fun original works, and the chance to sing along. March Along with EChO! is a perfect introduction to the instruments of the orchestra.

FREE EVENT
Suitable for 0-6 year olds
Book now – call 9326 0002
Bookings essential for this free concert

More info:
www.waso.com.au/concerts-tickets/whats-on/concert/echo-kids-concerts-kwinana

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6 children dressed as 19th century orphans
Calendar, July 19, Musical theatre, Performing arts

Musical Theatre: Oliver!

12 – 20 July @ Koorliny Arts Centre, Kwinana ·
Presented by Laughing Horse Productions ·

Consider yourself at home with the award-winning Broadway musical Oliver! at the Koorliny Arts Centre, ideal for audiences of all ages. Presented by Laughing Horse Productions and directed by Adam Salathiel, the show is based on the Charles Dickens novel Oliver Twist and follows the adventures of a young orphan in 19th century England.

The title character encounters numerous setbacks in his quest to find security and happiness, after being sold from an orphanage to a cruel undertaker and then falling in with a gang of young pickpockets.

Oliver! plays at 7.30pm July 12, 13, 19 and 20 with 2pm matinees July 13 and 20. Tickets are $25, $23 concession and $20 children – book at  www.koorliny.com.au/oliver or on 9467 7118.

The Koorliny Arts Centre is on Sulphur Road, Kwinana.

*All photos were shot on location at Smirks Cottage, thanks to the Kwinana Heritage Group.

More info:
http://www.koorliny.com.au/oliver

Pictured: Please sir, can I have some more? Oliver! features Madison Couzens, left, Annik Spack, Lacey Allen, Duncan Ferguson, Sophie Kirk and Amber Salathiel as some very hungry children.  Credit: Zoe Jay

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