I was one who was invited to attend on Tuesday …

Comment on Bungalow Song, the living past by Kelly.

I was one who was invited to attend on Tuesday night, what a great performance by those young people who may have been enacting what their great grandparents went through.
The kids were just great with their voices so strong. Well done to everyone involved.
It was quite funny in parts and left you crying at the end (or myself at least). Great photos above!
Hope the show was recorded and it can be available on DVD.
Great show.

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