‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’ & ‘The Loaded Dog’
Classic stories accompanied by live music in the stunning Chapel at Sacred Spaces at the Sisters of Mercy Convent
30 Queen Street, Singleton on Saturday 10 August at 2pm.
With conductor Ian Cook and narrators Carl Caulfield & Ghillian Sullivan.
Music from popular family movies will also be performed.
A program for young and old…instruments will also be demonstrated, and kids can get up close to the instruments afterwards!
Tickets include a delicious Convent-made afternoon tea:
$25 adult, $10 school student, $5 pre-school student, $60 family (2 adults, 2 children)
At trybooking.com/501825 or at the door from 1.30pm
Kids – come dressed as your favourite mouse – you never know where the Pied Piper might lead you!!
Kids can sit down the front to be close to the action (BYO cushion to sit on the tiled floor)
Proudly part of the Newcastle Music Festival
Media release courtesy of Sacred Spaces.
Image: The Newcastle Wind Orchestra in concert. Taken by Shane Bourne and courtesy of Newcastle Wind Orchestra and Sacred Spaces Singleton.