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$40 + bf | 7pm doors, 8pm show
Table bookings for groups of 8 or more only – email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked…
Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed – NO BYO
Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)


Original Australian World Music fused with traditional pieces from different cultures, created and performed by Flutist Jane Rutter, & Composer/Jazz Guitarist John Huie & friends.

Live Line Up: Jane Rutter, John Huie, Hugh Fraser (Double Bass), Sally Schinckel (cello) & Maharshi Raval (Tabla & Indian Percussion)

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Jane Rutter & John Huie have reunited after many years- fans will remember that in their early careers, they formed the ground-breaking chamber group POSH, which was a forerunner of Yo-Yo MaMa's The Silk Road Project. The Duo continues to delight in creating chamber music of Cultural Diversity.

The term 'Third Culture' refers to multi-cultural children who have spent a significant part of their formative years outside their parents’ culture, merging their birth culture with their adopted culture and creating their own. And the group Third Culture's music represents a similar union of diverse styles:

Thrilling Indian-influenced & Arabic-influenced pieces; Traditional Chinese ‘Red Grass' music; Best-loved melodies from different cultures; and the classical and jazz-inspired funky chamber-fusion of John Huie's & Jane Rutter's original music.

'Fans often ask me about POSH, the group I formed with ex Conservatorium High School pal, John Huie, before my solo career. Third Culture echoes our early group's musical roots, and revisits our past with a joyful, relevant contemporary recording.' - Jane Rutter

'Flute Spirit' Jane Rutter is an internationally acclaimed classical flautist who has devoted her life to French flute playing. Legendary in Australia, Jane has 23 solo albums under her belt and is a leading exponent of the French Flute School, and in 2016 was decorated Chevalier de L'Ordre des Arts et Lettres ('French Knight') by the French Ambassador to Australia during a sell-out Concert at The Sydney Opera House)

John Huie’s first major work was composed and performed at age sixteen, ‘The Eclectic Mass.’. John moved to Hong Kong in 1991 and scored the music for two world release feature films by Golden Harvest, three short films for the Hong

Kong Tourist Association and a string of documentaries. John composed and produced ‘The Honourable Retreat’, a musical tribute to the handover of Hong Kong to China.

Jane Rutter (Flutes & composition), John Huie (Guitars, San Xian, Percussion & composition) and Hugh Fraser (Bass) were the founding members of the Chamber group POSH. Additions to the group included singer Kerrie Biddell, cellists Nathan Waks, Sally Schinckel, & David Berlin percusionist Andrew Wilkie, Bass Player Steve Reeves & more.