Songwriters…

…on the Songline

Friday night’s opening celebrations for this year’s Ukitopia Festival see the impeccable Kerrianne Cox grace Songwriters on the Songline at the Uki Church from 7pm.

Kerrianne’s last performance at Uki Church was sold out the door, so get in early and buy your TICKETS ONLINE NOW for this very special intimate concert.

Archive of some previous Concerts

Murray Kyle - Uki Church

songwriters  on the Songline with Mel Dobra and Alissa Nathaniel

A Night of Devotional Music – Friday May 10th at Uki Holy Trinity Church

Buy your Songwriters on the Songline Tickets here

Buy your Songwriters on the Songline Tickets here

Two of the leading lights in the north coast’s rising devotional music scene are sharing a bill for a soiree at the Uki Church. Songwriters on the Songline is delighted to present Mel Dobra and Alissa Nathaniel on Friday May 10th, promising a dreamy autumnal evening in the company of the divine feminine.
Doors open at 7pm, show at 7.30. $20/$15 (ukitopia members) advance tickets from Uki Supermarket, online at the button above or on the door if not sold out.

Mel Dobra Mel Dobra has recently graced stages at Uplift, Byron Spirit and Bali Spirit festivals and her debut cd suggest a beautiful new presence in the local music scene.  She has spent many years touring nationally and internationally supporting the sacred music of Kevin James Carroll and has recently been collaborating with Sun Hyland where she has had the joyful opportunity to sing harmonies in his band.   Mel will be joined by three other musicians to create a beautiful sound for Songwriters.

“Mel Dobra’s new musical project aligns with her intention to create a space where the community can find a deep connection with themselves, with each other and with the planet through the shared power of sacred music.”

www.meldobra.blogspot.com.au

AlissaNathaniel

Opening the evening from just over the border in Currumbin, Alissa Nathaniel’s jazz tinged vocal stylings and kirtan songs ooze pure class.

Like drawing close to a life-long lover for the first time, it’s an experience of exquisite intimacy rarely forgotten when holding space with Alissa Nathaniel.  She connects with her audiences with open vulnerability and musical authenticity. Easing the audience into a sense of inclusiveness and unity where upon they are then swept up into a heated, passionate crescendo of ecstatic bliss.  Alissa uniquely blends high tempo original chants and songs, with an evocative, soulful jazzy undertone that soothes and caresses the most restless of souls and invigorates the most ecstatic of beings.

In a recent article from Source Magazine they stated “Alissa Nathaniel’s music is deeply tantric, blending East & West, playfully inviting Shiva & Shakti to wildly dance within”

Drawing from her rich history as a professional Jazz/Latin singer, Acupuncturist and 20 years of classical yoga, Alissa has a grounded understanding of energy pathways and frequency, enabling her music to be both transformative and healing.

www.alissanathaniel.com
Live mix is from Rich Bell, minister John Tyman will welcome the congregation to this most sacred of venues and chai and tasty treats will be available before show and during the intermission.
Doors open at 7pm, show at 7.30. $20/$15 (ukitopia members) advance tickets from Uki Supermarket, online at http://www.trybooking.com/46890 or on the door if not sold out.

Our wonderful new posters for Songwriters 2013 by Uki Design 66794219

SONGS OF SPIRIT with THE LUCKY WONDERS AND ELIAS HARMONY
For THE UKITOPIA FESTIVAL
Friday 16th November 2012
Door opens 7pm

Come and join us for a night of beautiful voices and songs of devotion to Life and Spirit at the Uki Holy Trinity Church as part of  the opening night of The Ukitopia Festival.  The Lucky Wonders and Elias Harmony will perform from their diverse musical and spiritual repertoire, fitting for the Uki Church whose Reverend, John Tyman, is renowned for his acceptance of all faiths. This concert completes a year of six well-attended shows for Songwriters on the Songlines so if you haven’t experienced the beauty and ambience of a Songwriters concert this is your chance.  Festival wristbands allow entry to Songs of Spirit subject to availability of seats.  Tickets only are available at Uki supermarket, Happy Herb Shop in Uki and online at http://www.ukitopiaartscollective.com

The Lucky Wonders

The ability to lift hearts and souls through song has won them a devoted fan base around Australia.  They were named “gig of the year 2011” in Rhythms magazine.  Just returned from a European tour where their warm, quirky live show and new cd were well received, they will be playing a special show on the opening night of Ukitopia Festival with the theme of “Spirit”, featuring songs that connect to heart.  Singer and co-songwriter Jessie Vintila also directs Raise the Roof Gospel choir and this one-off performance will feature some A cappella gospel harmony flavours as well as the band’s positive vibes.  See them at www.theluckywonders.com

Elias Harmony

Elias Harmony has always been drawn to love. Twenty years ago his passion crystalised with the discovery of his voice and singing songs of devotion. Over the years he found that singing Bhajans (spiritual songs) in the Ancient language of Sanskrit put him in touch with a Divine spiritual experience deeper than any meditation or spiritual affiliation. “Sanskrit is so ancient, and these songs have been sung for so many thousands of years, that when you sing them you immediately activate a Divine energy that is present in the very atmosphere that we breathe. For me it’s a way of instantly getting connected to the source, which is pure Love. It’s not just about singing songs but about the intent in which we sing them. In this way it becomes a healing experience.”

Elias loves playing music for fun and soulful devotion, that uplifts and transports himself and listeners in to a sacred space. His powerful voice is both sweet and smoothly lyrical, energising the atmosphere and gently leading you into deep still places.

Lucky Wonders @ Songwriter on the SonglineElizabeth Lord and Leigh James present a stunning tribute to two of music’s great living legends in their brand new show, “You’ve Got  a Friend-a Tribute to Carole King and James Taylor” at Uki Church Hall, Friday September 7.

With award winning songs, such as Fire and Rain, It’s Too Late, I Feel The Earth Move, How Sweet it is(to be loved by you), Mockingbird, You Make Me Feel(like a natural woman), Carolina in my Mind and so many more, the show shares both the music, and the history of the King and Taylor success stories.

Elizabeth and Leigh are singer/songwriters in their own right and have been partners in life and music for over 20 years.   Leighs credits include fronting Cairns band Fun Jungle, supporting many Australian headlining acts including The Black Sorrows, Renee Geyer, Shane Howard and Kate Ceberano to name a few, and winning four Dolphin Awards. . Elizabeth’s career includes being in the Australian casts of Evita, Barnum and JC Superstar, playing keys and singing backing vocals in 80’s pop group Wa Wa Nee, and many years performing on television, and cruise ships across the globe. As a part of the show, Leigh and Elizabeth will also include several of their own compositions, some of which have recently received high commendations in two international songwriting competitions.

Leigh and Elizabeth were invited backstage to meet King and Taylor when they were in Australia as a part of their Troubadour reunion tour in 2010, and it was then that the pair decided to create a show to pay homage to their idols. “I was about fifteen when I first heard James Taylor, remembers Leigh, and  there was something about his finger style guitar technique, and the beauty of the lyrics and melody that really took a hold right then and there.” Leigh met James for the first time in Massachusetts in 2009, and it was then that James invited him to come backstage in Brisbane. “Elizabeth and I were taken by the very humble and natural essence of these two luminaries” says Leigh.

Elizabeth still has several Carole King songbooks from the 1970’s, and recalls singing many of the songs in her early piano bar gigs in Canberra.“ I was in Brooklyn, New York in July 2012, and found myself thinking about Carole King growing up there, and walking these very streets.. It felt dream like, the fact that some of these songs I enjoy singing were most likely composed right there where I was staying!”

With great respect and musical integrity for their idols , Elizabeth and Leigh play and sing the music with an obvious underlying love for both the songs, and the tradition that they come from. This show is authenticity at it’s best!

Tickets are $20 ($15 Ukitopia members) and will be available in advance from the Uki Supermarket and Uki Happy High Herbs store,

Buy your Songwriters tickets on line here

Simply pay for your tickets by internet transfer and send us an email (ukitopia@gmail.com) to confirm the sale. We will have your tickets waiting for you at the door!

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Ukitopia Arts Collective’s first ‘Songwriters on the Songlines’ for 2012 is a Young Musicians Night at Uki Holy Trinity Church on Saturday 4th February at 7pm.

Its an exciting moment when young artists gain the confidence to start attracting an audience. Witness the talent of four of our next generation of Tweed Shire musicians as they showcase their abilities in a very special environment.

Jerome Williams is supported by Poppii Gee, Indigo Collins-Cook and Kalyani.

Jerome has been described by jazz musician Wayne Jones as “a unique, amazingly talented, emerging musician, one that will definitely be known worldwide…..” His style is influenced by John Butler, Newton Falkner, Andy McKee and a touch of Rodrigo y Gabriella; in other words melodic, percussive, funky roots…with a touch of jazz…make sense? You just have to see him play. This guy is awe inspiring!

15 year old Poppii started playing piano when she was in Year 5 but didn’t become inspired to take playing seriously until the end of Year 8 when she started songwriting and performing. Since then she has performed at: Cabaret 360 in 2009 and 2010, Arts Week at Murwillumbah High School in 2010 and 2011, The Tyalgum Classical Music Festival, Ukitopia and The Red Piano Bar in 2011. Poppii plays, learns and listens to classical and alternative styles of music which has influenced the music she writes. She says “I love music and can’t live life without it”.

Indigo is 14 and has been playing guitar since he was 8. His solo debut was at the Ukitopia Festival in 2010. He was invited to play at the Tyalgum Music Festival’s Spring Fair after he won the Kate Carter Award for Most Promising Tweed Valley Competitor at the Murwillumbah Festival of Performing Arts in 2011. This year Indigo has been invited to support renowned guitarist, Michael Fix, at a concert at Bond University. His forte is exploring alternative guitar tunings and percussive forms of playing and composing his own songs. This past year he has been writing lyrics too but has to wait until his voice stops breaking before he can sing them!

Born locally but raised internationally, 15 year old Kalyani is a third-generation songwriter and she has been writing songs and poetry since early childhood. Her voice is mesmerising and melodic, and her inspirational lyrics tell stories, transporting the listener on a journey around the world. Kalyani will be performing from her portfolio of songs and accompanying herself on keyboard.

Doors open at 7pm, chai and refreshments will be available during the intermission, and the “congregation” for the evening will be welcomed as usual to the hallowed and atmospheric environs of the Uki Church by Reverend John Tyman. Advance tickets are just $10 for Ukitopia members, $10 for Youths and $15 for non members from the Uki Café and limited to 80. 


Songwriters on the Songline
October 8 Uki Holy Trinity Church
$20 / $15 (members)

 Vesica Pisces: By water formed.

A collision of souls inspired by remembrance.
Remembrance of all that is sacred, of reverence, the majesty of this living world and the honor of walking upon it, of those glimpses where the self dissolves into unity, oneness, of the eternal which is our sovereign home. Living amongst such pristine beauty, surrounded by a community of magicians,  truth  seekers, earth lovers, families and friends, the source of our inspiration is vast.
Penning personal spiritual exploration, Vesica Pisces  capture beauty, and through the tapestry of sound, become a vessel of sonic enchantment, fusing pure passion with ancient teachings, casting spells into the light of present day.  From the glacial waters of the Holy Ganges in India, the writing of 13th century Persian mystics, to the ancient Earth worship ceremonies of the British Isles, our music embodies that which moves us.
Weaving eastern tinged guitar, strings, exotic traditional percussion with upright bass, electro flavourings and soundscapes with soaring vocals, Vesica Pisces are emerging from the dreaming, offering you their first audio gifts.

Formed in the winter of 2009, Vesica Pisces spent 12 months composing in our forest studio before playing to the public. Since the first performance, their music has captivated audiences and is creating ripples within the Byron area that are sure to reach out over the globe.
With music as exquisite as this, Vesica Pisces are only destined for great things.

Our music is now freshly available to listen to through our Myspace page.     www.myspace.com/vesicapiscesmusic <http://www.myspace.com/vesicapiscesmusic>

Songwiters on the Songline

Songwriters on the Songline
August 6 Uki Holy Trinity Church

$20 / $15 (members)
Andrea’s guests will include Elvis on violin and Shay on percussion. Just returned from a succesful  East Coast tour staying in YHA hostels, Andrea’s effervescent energy causes a rainbow to form at every show.
Now playing and writing on the ukulele as much as the guitar, as evidenced by the forthcoming single Daydreamer.
Opening the evening is Rebecca Ireland from Ocean Shores ..
cool, sultry, plugged in .. riding a wave of acclaim following the release of Love and Sticky Tape,  this is a rare solo show.

refreshments: chai potion
sound: rich bell
introductions: John Tyman

Online tickets  sales Click here

Elias Harmony and the Peace Collective &

 Suavemente

Come along and have a lush evening!

Tickets $15/$10 Ukitopia Members
Purchase tickets in advance at the Uki Cafe on-line at www.ukitopiaartscollective.com or at the door.

by Raw EnerQi

Mantlepeace and Susanna Carman

April 9 2011

The womb of the Mothership Music Retreat has been gestating the debut cd by Uki four piece Mantlepeace for some time now, certainly more than nine months. But with audio midwives on hand to catch the newborn as it emerges, everyone will get a chance to see and hear the record played live at its launch at the Uki Church on saturday April 9th. Jake Mann, Sue McKenna, Fiona Ryan and Dan Smith have created a 13 song cd, Answers Tree, a delectable menu of earthy groove, spiced with sweet melodies and evocative lyrics. Its music that just makes you feel good! Mantlepeace create an adventurous, poetic and dynamic genre all of their own. Hear them up close and intimate at the Church from 9pm. The band are making plans to journey to the far North again this winter with the “Rainbow Roots Roadshow”.

Mantlepeace

In support is Susanna Carman from Mullumbimby, on stage at 7.30pm. Her second album Circus Girl features a collection of songs that glisten with love, hope and meaningful simplicity. A native New Yorker with classical training who settled in Australia in the late 1990’s, her debut  EP, “I am the One” earned her a Dolphin award for Best Female Vocalist. The debut album Holy in 2008, written during an extended period of bereavement that included the deaths of her husband and father, was praised by fans and reviewers alike for its graceful and optimistic perspective on personal tragedy. Rave Magazine called it “restrained, sharp and completely human”. It was followed by invitations to perform at The National Folk Festival, Peats Ridge Festival, Tamworth Country Music Festival, Mullumbimby Music Festival and Byron Bay Writers Festival. She undertook two regional tours in the US and was recently accepted into the 2011 Arts Northern Rivers Brokerage Project along with Yeshe and the Lucky Wonders. Circus Girl was recorded with Christian Pyle and has drawn comparison to Kate Rusby, Paul Simon and Gillian Welch. It showsher longing for simplicity amidst the frenzy of modern life. How do you maintain healthy relationships that support you, how do you be the best parent you can be and continue to thrive? How do you have a career doing something you love that offers financial rewards? And how do you take care of yourself and not fall off the wire? She loves playing the house concert circuit or hiring small intimate halls, giving audiences a sense of personal connection and sensitivity. Sounds like the perfect artist for our Church!

www.susannacarman.com

With sound by Rich Bell, refreshments by Chai Potion and introductions from minister John Tyman, this is another Songwriters night to savour. Tickets are $15 for Ukitopia members or $20, in advance from the end of March from the Uki Cafe or online at www.ukitopiaartscollective.com

We also save a few on the door, for those of you in the moment.

Renee Searles and Andy Copeman.

February 11, Ukitopia Arts Collective presents  Songwriters on the Songline in the atmospheric  Uki Holy Trinity Church  with Rich Bell at the mixing desk. This  is the first event in a season of Songline events in 2011 and we are excited to present the ethereal and glamorous Renee Searles and direct from Woodford sharing his spiritual music,  Andy Copeman.Renee Searles writes elegant sepia-tinged songs of love, longing and desire,bringing to the stage a touch of glamour and mystique from a bygone era Ethereal, romantic and bewitching, her music weaves a tapestry of lush melodies, lilting poetry and cheeky old-timey blues.
Accompanied by Oles Krolikowski and Marcus Patterson on guitars and her tiny friend the ukulele, Renee leads her audience on a journey into the vulnerable places we all share, breathing life into the lost words of the human heart.

Andy Copeman sings songs from the heart … songs of love, passion, spirit, connection to the Earth and connection to others. After many years in the folk, world and rock scenes trying unsuccessfully to change the world by telling people how bad things are, he is now successfully changing the world by telling people how good things are, and how amazing they can be.

He’s a multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, recording engineer and producer, video artist, sound healer, shamanic practitioner and sweatlodge facilitator based in Maleny, where he and his partner Laurel Hefferon run a centre of excellence in Love, Light, Music and Healing called Awakening Centre.

His music is full of influences from ancient Celts, the Middle East, Eastern and Northern Europe and beyond, with touches of jazz, rock, reggae, electronica, mantra and poetry.

At the recent Woodford Folk Festival his specially-commissioned music was heard by a crowd of around 15,000 people at the Fire Event. His workshop on Shamanic Consciousness “Drumming Between Worlds” and the Sound Meditation Journeys co-facilitated with Laurel also drew excellent crowds and great responses.

Advance tickets (limited to 80) will be available from Feb 1 at the Uki Café online at www.ukitopiaartscollective.com, and on the door at 7pm on the night, for those of you who like to be in the moment … Tickets are $20 or $15 for Ukitopia members .

Loren, Bill Jacobi, Murray Kyle

Elias and the Peace Collective

Lane way

Michael Fairley and Friends

at the Ukitopia Festival 2010

Shai Shriki

The next Ukitopia event for your event diaries is on Saturday October 9th.

Songwriters on the Songline returns for a third session of the year at the Uki Anglican Church, with its     instant atmosphere and transparent acoustics. Ukitopia is delighted to present a bill of sacred music  from the other side of Mount Jerusalem.

Headline artist Shai Shriki – gypsy guitarist, singer and oud player – will bring the Middle East to the Uki Church in a fusion of contemporary and traditional sounds.  Born in Israel to a Moroccan family, Shai’s truly authentic music and voice invoke desert landscapes and cultures, travelling through time.

Singing in Hebrew, Arabic, Spanish and English, Shai will perform songs from his haunting new album Streetwise recorded in Mullumbimby with an amazing cast of players including Avishai Barnatan.  You will be taken on an hour long journey of sound and emotion – Shai is one of the most interesting artists on the north coast music scene right now.

In support at 7.30pm Vesica Pisces offer an invitation to dive into the sacred through sound. Inspired by the mystery of sacred geometry, this Mullum three piece weave strings, eastern tinged guitar and soaring vocals to create a unique and uplifting experience. Rebekah Ray ~ lead vocals, Jason Karabash ~ guitar and vocals and Elvis Callaghan ~ violin and vocals.  Vesica Pisces draw their inspiration from all corners of the globe, from the galacial waters of the Holy Ganga, the writing of 13th century Sufi Mystics, to the ancient Earth Worship ceremonies of the British Isles.

Advance tickets (limited to 80) will be available from September 30th at the Uki Cafe and The Bookshop Mullumbimby, and online at www.ukitopiaartscollective.com. We will retain 20 tickets on the door at 7pm on the night, for those of you who like to be in the moment … Tickets are $20 or $15 for Ukitopia members. Refreshments will once again be served up by the Chai Potion crew and Rich Bell will be at the mixing desk.

Loren Ivy and Jerome

Ukitopia Arts Collective presentsthesecond Songwriters on the Songline of the year on Saturday July 17th at Uki Anglican Holy Trinity Church.This atmospheric venue with its transparent acoustics hosts a show by three of Uki’s most interesting performers .

9pm headliner Loren is on a universal tour of Uki, from now until the end of time…which could be anytime really. This reverent space is the perfect nest for Loren’s dynamic musical venturing into stories, emotion and experience … and some terrific new songs.

Watching Ivy Lucille perform you could be forgiven for thinking you are at an early 1900’s cabaret show somewhere in Paris or Berlin.   She draws this form of entertainment out of the dark past and adds her own exotic flavour.  Her songs tell of love and betrayal, desire and rejection whilst exploring the female psyche in a seriously comedic way.  The soft angelic tones of her piano and haunting vocals take the audience to the deep dark depths of pain which hell hath no fury as she who is scorned.  She has been enchanting fans with her local live shows, most recently receiving fantastic reviews after her performances at ‘A Mad Spectacle’ at Geckos in Murwillumbah and ‘Cabaret 360’ in Uki. Ivy’s self titled EP is now available and her new CD is in the finishing stages.

Opening the evening at 7.30, guitarist Jerome Williamshas been described by jazz musician Wayne Jones as “a breath taking, unique talent, a shining shooting star”.Moving from Melbourne to Uki in 2008 Jerome has become a regular feature in Murwillumbah, Lismore and Byron Bay.  Influences include John Butler, Newton Falkner, Eric Mongrain, Andy Mckee, Stanley Jordan and Rodrigo Y Gabriella. His music is melodic, percussive, funky roots … with a touch of jazz … make sense? You just have to see him play! Jerome also performed at “A Mad Spectacle” as his alter ego ‘captain Black Sparrow’ and bought the house down! Jerome is in the process of recording his first CD under the watchful eyes of producer Dave Herzog and engineer Steve Scanlin.

Doors at 7pm, refreshments from Chai Potion available all evening, sound by Rich Bell; MC  MR Ray will stitch the whole evening together. Tickets, limited to 80, are $20 or $15 (Ukitopia members) from Uki Café and Crystal Treasures or online here advanced ticket purchase is highly advised

Songwriters on the Songline – the first one for 2013!

A Night of Devotional Music – Friday May 10th at Uki Holy Trinity Church

Two of the leading lights in the north coast’s rising devotional music scene are sharing a bill for a soiree at the Uki Church. Songwriters on the Songline is delighted to present Mel Dobra and Alissa Nathaniel on Friday May 10th, promising a dreamy autumnal evening in the company of the divine feminine.

Mel Dobra Mel Dobra has recently graced stages at Uplift, Byron Spirit and Bali Spirit festivals and her debut cd suggest a beautiful new presence in the local music scene.  She has spent many years touring nationally and internationally supporting the sacred music of Kevin James Carroll and has recently been collaborating with Sun Hyland where she has had the joyful opportunity to sing harmonies in his band.   Mel will be joined by three other musicians to create a beautiful sound for Songwriters.

“Mel Dobra’s new musical project aligns with her intention to create a space where the community can find a deep connection with themselves, with each other and with the planet through the shared power of sacred music.”

www.meldobra.blogspot.com.au

AlissaNathaniel

Opening the evening from just over the border in Currumbin, Alissa Nathaniel’s jazz tinged vocal stylings and kirtan songs ooze pure class.

Like drawing close to a life-long lover for the first time, it’s an experience of exquisite intimacy rarely forgotten when holding space with Alissa Nathaniel.  She connects with her audiences with open vulnerability and musical authenticity. Easing the audience into a sense of inclusiveness and unity where upon they are then swept up into a heated, passionate crescendo of ecstatic bliss.  Alissa uniquely blends high tempo original chants and songs, with an evocative, soulful jazzy undertone that soothes and caresses the most restless of souls and invigorates the most ecstatic of beings.

In a recent article from Source Magazine they stated “Alissa Nathaniel’s music is deeply tantric, blending East & West, playfully inviting Shiva & Shakti to wildly dance within”

Drawing from her rich history as a professional Jazz/Latin singer, Acupuncturist and 20 years of classical yoga, Alissa has a grounded understanding of energy pathways and frequency, enabling her music to be both transformative and healing.

www.alissanathaniel.com

Live mix is from Rich Bell, minister John Tyman will welcome the congregation to this most sacred of venues and chai and tasty treats will be available before show and during the intermission.
Doors open at 7pm, show at 7.30. $20/$15 (ukitopia members) advance tickets from Uki Supermarket, online at http://www.trybooking.com/46890 or on the door if not sold out.

Our wonderful new posters for Songwriters 2013 by Uki Design 66794219

Fiona Ryan & wendy Grace

Instant atmosphere, transparent acoustics and a rapt audience in pews ..
concerts at the Uki Holy Trinity Church are fast acquiring a quality reputation.

Saturday April 24 sees the latest in the series of Ukitopia songwriter evenings. And what a bill!
Known locally for her uplifting singing workshops, Wendy Grace also plays original material – Luka Bloom is a fan. No doubt she’ll also have the congregation in communal voice?!

There is a justifiable buzz about Fiona Ryan on the valley music grapevine. Stepping into a solo role after session work, the purity of her flute playing is outstanding. She also plays keyboards and has a set of dark, enigmatic songs to share in a debut solo show.

Murray Kyle – truly a sacred songwriter on the song line, with a voice to live for – completes the bill with an hour long set alternating between guitar and keyboards, songs new and familiar. Emerging from the grassroots, Murray’s voice and songs are gradually gaining an international reputation.

The evening will be stitched together by MC Loki, with audio ambience from Rich Bell. For audience comfort tickets are strictly limited to 100, $20 or $15 Ukitopia members from the Uki Cafe and Crystal Treasures Murwillumbah. Doors open at 7.30, with chai and cakes available on the green outside before the show and during the interval.

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