- On Saturday March 7th and Sunday March 8th Kaleidoscope will present Choices. A play by Vivien Arnold with incidental music staged as a dramatised play reading at the Queanbeyan Uniting Church in Rutledge Street Queanbeyan.
Performance commences at 2:00pm.
Tickets at the door:
Adults $15; Concession $10.
Afternoon tea included.
Proceeds will aid members of The Glorious Mudslingers who have been affected by bush fires and flooding.
- On May 31st the choir will present a concert of 'Golden Oldies'.
- In the second half of the year Kaleidoscope will combine with Good Faith to present a Night of Miracles and a selection of carols.
Kaleidoscope's first production, ‘Isabella’ - a light comic operetta -, was performed in the Canberra Playhouse in 1980. This was followed in 1981 by ‘The Pied Piper’.
In the mid-noughties, the group reformed and commenced a series of plays, concerts and oratorios. Specific works have included:
Mendelssohn’s Hymn of Praise (in collaboration with All Saints Choir)
The Zeal of Thy House (Dorothy Sayers)
A Man for All Seasons (Robert Bolt)
Captain Thunderbolt in concert
Job Pilgrim (Vivien Arnold)
The Crucible (Arthur Miller)
In addition to a specific work each year the choir generally presents a 'variety' concert which may include choral items, recitations, sketches, and solos as well as a concert of carols fro Christmas.