Loosely Woven's most ambitious project yet!

Blue Skies was much more than just another concert. It featured both musical and spoken word items in the tradition of early 20th century Music Hall including the world premiere performances of two short musicals by Harry & Tully Dingle. It featured:

There were two public performances of Blue Skies:

7pm, Saturday 3rd July 2004
Avalon Baptist Peace Church
George Street, Avalon
2pm, Sunday 4th July 2004
St David's Church
St David's Avenue, Dee Why

Both were to full houses. In the case of St David's it was more than a full house with a number of people having to stand at the back and the sides. In future we will have to seriously consider two St David's performances of some concerts.

All Loosely Woven performances are free though on most occasions, invitations are extended to make a donation towards a charity. In the case of the Avalon concert, nearly $700 was raised for Amnesty International. Donations at St David's exceeded $800.

Contact Details:  

Harry Dingle (composer of 'A Folk Tale'
(0439) 022 746

Tully Dingle (composer of 'Joy of Shirali')
9981 1639
Wayne Richmond (organiser)
(0400) 803 804 wayne@humph.org