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Built in 1928 and known as the King of Instruments, Kingston’s Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ has resided in City Hall since 1970.
To celebrate 50 years of the mighty Wurlitzer Organ at Kingston City Hall, Kingston Arts presents classic films, with the first half of each program featuring live Wurlitzer accompaniment! Don't miss this chance to hear - and see - the Wurlitzer doing what it was made for - scoring silent movies!
Morning Melodies returns for four special events throughout the year, with Scott Harrison, special guests and, of course, the Wurlitzer in full flight! Includes a delicious morning tea.
A funny, moving and brutally honest cabaret exploring the multi-faceted - and often absurd - nature of mental illness. Brilliant original songs, as well as covers of classics by artists who experienced mental illness, plus hilarious improvisation and buffoonery, make this a special show.
International Indigenous singing sensation and 2016 X Factor winner Isaiah Firebrace comes to Kingston on his national 'You and I' tour, to celebrate NAIDOC Week. Local students will participate in a workshop with Isaiah, to learn new song 'Spirit', then join him live on stage in the concert finale!
Audiences and Beatle enthusiasts will be blown away by the faithful recreation of the Beatles sound - not to mention the Sgt. Pepper costumes and authentic Beatles instruments!! See what all the fuss is about - a music performance not be be missed!
This award-winning play by Australian playwright Peta Murray about an ordinary, suburban, middle-aged couple...who once were ballroom dancing champions. Funny, moving and at times dazzling, with world-class dance sequences! Directed by AACTA award-winner Denny Lawrence (My Brilliant Divorce).
Voyage is a stunning piece of original musical theatre, combining Australia history, brilliant song-writing and moving drama to tell the little-known story of women immigrants to Australia in the 19th century.
Sons of Sun is a rock and roll play told through the character of its founder, Sam Phillips about Sun Recors, Memphis and the famous artists that started their careers there. Featuring a live three piece band performing excerpts of thrity five songs from Elvis, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison & many more!