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Directed by John Goddard
In 2015, 100 years since the Gallipoli campaign, PLT will be joining with the Porirua City Brass Band to produce ‘Voices from The Front’ a tribute to the extraordinary courage of those who gave their lives in New Zealand’s Gallipoli campaign.
The show will be performed at the ‘Pop up’ theatre, 4 Lydney Place, in Porirua.
This is a thought provoking tale of camaraderie, tragedy, heroism, heartbreak and the cheeky humour of the humble New Zealand soldier. Beginning with the announcement of war on the steps of Parliament, to training in Egypt and moving on to the trenches of Gallipoli and to the final evacuation. Featuring popular songs from the time ‘Voices from The Front’ is about courage, and endurance, duty, and love of country, mateship, good humour, the loss of innocence, survival and decency in the face of dreadful odds. The show has an ensemble cast with a large chorus and plenty of character parts. This will be the main event for Porirua’s commemorations of 100 years since the Gallipoli campaign.
Trust Porirua City Brass Band and Guest artists ‘Take Note Singers’ and ‘Liberty Swing Band’ present
Last Night of the Proms
Saturday November 22nd at 7.00pm
at the Porirua Elim Christian Centre, 11 Heriot Drive Porirua
Compere – Jason Pine
Musical Director – Kerry Garrett
Tickets available via www.ticketdirect.co.nz or through ‘Te Rauparaha Arena’ in Porirua
Costs: $15.00 standard, $12.00 for retired persons, $6.00 children under 12 years
Light Refreshments available during the interval
For further information please contact the Band Manager
Sunday November 14th at St Andrews on the Terrace
The public of Wellington, New Zealand, identified in an international publication as the World’s “coolest” small city, were recently treated to an extraordinarily fine concert of brass music.
It started with Cliff who in September last year asked why we don’t have a brass instrument group for adult learners. Good question said I and I joined a group for whom Michelle coined the name “Last Chance Brass”. The pioneering nine of us no less.
The 2010 Youth Band Camp was definitely a highlight of the year thus far for me. After being approached late last year to undertake the Musical Director role I wondered exactly what I had gotten myself into.
We’ve done nothing but practice since Nationals, with the exception of the ‘Last Night of the Proms’ concerts, so to Feilding we went.
It is with a heavy heart we farewell one of our long serving members.
Ruth Tomlinson (2nd Baritone) after some 15 years with the band has decided to cut down on the travelling to and from Continue reading
Each year a few of us Porirua lot travel by convoy up to Hastings in an effort to help out their band with their ‘Afternoon at the Proms’ concert.