- Regions monitor remnants of Cylone Gita
- Fraud victims to contact police
- Thunderstorms loom over Bay of Plenty
- Rethinking trade waste
- Toxic slugs suspected in dog deaths
- A dozen Kaiaua houses uninhabitable
- Prepping for tonight’s high tide
- Evacuations and road closures
- Serious crash in Coromandel
- Sister’s plea: help find my brother
- Waihi high hazard zone ground movement
- Civil Defence issues tsunami warning
- Red Fox cold case re-opens
- Four dead, two injured in Waikato crash
- Serious crash closes Thames highway
Operatunity’s Daytime Concert Series presents a variety show of magnificent melodies, singalongs, skits, madness and mayhem so participants can all experience a right royal time.
One of the most famous musical extravaganzas is ‘The Last Night of the Proms’ where classical music meets madness. Operatunity brings its own special flag-waving, toe-tapping proms with all the old favourites like ‘Jerusalem’, ‘There’ll Always be an England’, ‘Rule Britannia’ and ‘Land of Hope and Glory’.
This is a great chance to showcase many of the favourite classics, British and Irish folk songs and ballads and present you with skits, silly jokes and comic songs from the likes of Tom Lehrer and Noel Coward.
John Cameron, Susan Boland, Bonaventure Allen-Moetaua, Karl Perigo, Hamish McGregor and pianist Penny Dodd come together for this fabulously fun show at the Holy Trinity Church, 215 Devonport Rd at 11am on September 15.
To book call toll free 0508 266 237 or visit www.operatunity.co.nz
The Weekend Sun has one double pass to the Tauranga show for one lucky reader.