An afternoon of music that will take you round the world in 80 keys with traditional, cabaret, folk and popular songs in English, French, Ladino, Hebrew, and Russian.
Date: Sunday 23 May 2021
Time: 3pm - 6pm
Venue: Armagh, 226 Kooyong Rd, Toorak, VIC 3142
Tickets: $35 each and will includes coffee, tea and nibbles, plus surprise guests!
Proceeds will go towards staging the ‘Night of Broken Glass’ theatre performance later this year. Your ticket also supports Our Uluru Response, a community program by IofC Australia in support of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
'Night of Broken Glass’ tells the story of Kristallnacht in Germany and a Yorta Yorta man in Footscray. In 1938, ‘Uncle’ William Cooper walked from his home in Footscray to the German consulate in South Melbourne, to protest the Nazi pogroms against the Jews. It was a remarkable gesture of solidarity by a man from one of the world’s most mistreated communities.
With the Aboriginal Advancement League, Uncle William was a strong voice for Indigenous rights in the early 20th century.
Help us take forward the work he began more than 80 years ago, by adding a top-up to your ticket price. Your top-up goes directly towards co-designing local projects in partnership with First Nations leaders, to benefit local First Nations communities.
Not free on the day? You can still make a donation.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 9822 1218