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~ A night of acoustic delight ~

Hear some soul-soothing, tear-jerking, heart-warming Christmas repertoire (with the usual pinch of TION humour).

Last November The Idea of North brought you Ballads By Candlelight in the gorgeous Cathedral St. David's and this year we're doing it again - with a Christmas flavour! 

'Christmas Ballads By Candlelight’ is a show full of gorgeous Christmas music presented in stunning acoustics and surrounded by twinkling candles. Southern Gospel Choir will be joining us this time, making it an extra special night of Christmas music. Don't miss it!

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More Event Info and FAQs:

* Doors open 7:30pm, show starts 8pm. No interval. Show ends approximately 9:30pm.

* CDs will be available for purchase after the concert where members of The Idea of North will be available to chat with you and sign albums.

* Wheelchair accessible. Please phone the venue for more info on (03) 6234 4900.

* Seating is not numbered. General admission. There is a capping on the number of tickets sold for comfort of patrons and to ensure good visibility for every ticket sold.

* Door ticket sales are subject to availability. We recommend purchasing in advance to secure a ticket.

* Concert is suitable for all ages, so feel free to bring the whole family.

* For quick entry on the night please print your ticket and bring it with you. If you lose it or have trouble printing it, don't worry, we have a copy of your purchase.

What the critics have said about TION...

"Their precision and incredible harmonies left me overwhelmed and it was a joy and a pleasure to hear". Maestro Tommy Tycho

“Strong, polished voices with a blend to envy – a welcome addition to the tradition of great vocal jazz”. Peter Eldridge, New York Voices.

“In terms of quality of ensemble and elegance of arrangements, this group’s work is in the same league as that of the Swingle Singers in their heyday.” - Sydney Morning Herald

“This a cappella outfit can’t put a foot wrong… Critic’s rating: 10/10” - Sun Herald, Sydney

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