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Posted Friday, May 13, 2011
Loosely Woven is a community based group of people who put together and perform three brand new shows each year. 'Thoroughly Thora' is the second of these for 2011.
The concert is dedicated to the memory of Wayne's mother, Thora Thomas who passed away on the 21st July - just one month short of her 96th birthday and the final performance of this concert. The program will include the song 'Thora' from which her name was derived.
The rest of the concert will be the usual eclectic Loosely Woven mix ranging from beautiful four part harmony folk songs to 'Big Spender'', from a 'Prelude for Peace' to 'Lady Marmalade'!There are 23 of us performing this time with an instrumental line-up that includes: harp, flute, clarinets, saxophones, violins, guitars, piano, accordion, keyboard and percussion.
See the 'Thoroughly Thora' web site for details of the program.
All Loosely Woven concerts are performed acoustically - no PA!
There will be seven public performances including three performances in Humph Hall:
St Andrews Uniting Church, Sth Turramurra
7pm, Friday 5th August
Chisholm & Vernon Streets,
PCYC Performing Arts Centre
3pm, Saturday 6th August
Waitara Avenue, Waitara
St Davids Uniting Church, Dee Why
2pm, Saturday 13th August
St Davids Ave (next to the police station)
Avalon Baptist Peace Church
4pm, Sun 14th August
2 George Street, Avalon
(for Amnesty International)
Humph Hall, Allambie Heights
7pm, Friday 19th August
2pm, Saturday 20th August
2pm, Sunday 21st August
85 Allambie Road
All of the concerts are free though donations will be invited to various causes.
The Humph Hall performance on Sunday 21st August will be recorded and videod and made into a DVD.
Formerly the Allambie Heights Uniting Church, Humph Hall is now the private residence of Gial Leslie and Wayne Richmond.