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Celebrating 50 years of sunshine on the Coast

GOLDEN CELEBRATION: The Merryatric Players will be performing Fifty Years of Sunshine at The Events Centre, Caloundra on April 23.
GOLDEN CELEBRATION: The Merryatric Players will be performing Fifty Years of Sunshine at The Events Centre, Caloundra on April 23.

SUNSHINE Coast seniors concert group The Merryatric Players are back with a variety music concert, Fifty Years of Sunshine, celebrating 50 years of Sunshine Coast in song being performed at The Events Centre, Caloundra on Sunday, April 23 at 2pm.

To celebrate 50 years since the Sunshine Coast was given its name, The Merryatric Players have put together this fun-filled variety music concert to celebrate 50 years of Sunshine Coast in song.

Let your memory and your imagination carry you along with a collection of well-known songs that celebrate why we love the Sunshine Coast.

Enjoy a delightful afternoon of sing-alongs including; Oh! What a Beautiful Morning, Camelot, Beyond the Sea, Blues Skies and many more.

This fun concert is The Merryatric Players sixth performance at The Events Centre and is sure to be just as successful as their past concerts. If you enjoyed their past productions of Ancient Roamins, A Bit of a Stoush, L'Amour de Paree or Old Time Music Hall then you will be sure to enjoy a fun afternoon of sing-alongs with Fifty Years of Sunshine.

Directed by Norma Fox B.E.M and Ian Rix. Tickets: full price: $23/concession & Groups 10+: $21. www.theeventscentre. com.au or 54914240.

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