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Sun 26 Apr 2015, 2:00pm–4:45pm

Where: The Hollywood Avondale, 20 St Georges Road, Avondale, Auckland

Restrictions: R13

Ticket Information:

  • Ages 10-18 free (with paying adult): $0.00
  • General admission: $25.00

Melbourne keyboard entertainer John Atwell returns to the console, this time to share some of the most well-known music ever written.

The program features music from some of the darkest days in our history… The First World War, World War 2, the Korean War of the '50s and the Vietnam War of the '60s. Each period saw music written and songs sung that will ever remain in the public mind and will always be associated with that particular theatre of war.

Most of this music turns out to be some of the liveliest and happiest music ever written, again all designed to lift our spirits and give us the strength to soldier on!

Join us for an afternoon of fun music at this, our tribute to the music from the war years.

See "close up" on the giant screen, the organist making music on this unique pipe organ complete with its own percussion section of drums, cymbals, piano, harp, xylophone etc. All real "live" percussion instruments - truly a one-man unit orchestra.

Tickets on sale at the door on the day from 1:15pm - ages 10-18 free with a paying adult.

Presented with funding support from the ASB Community Trust.

For more info contact James on (09) 525 7067.

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