Saturday, 1st December, 2018
7:30 - late

the Shack presents ~~



Described as a jazz edged acoustic quartet, RAPT's sophisticated and exciting arrangements, intricate vocal harmonies and fine instrumentation wrap around their stories expressed through the folk, jazz, blues, bluegrass and originals idioms.  Featuring acoustic, rhythm, classical and jazz style guitar playing, 2 double bass players, sparkling mandolin, bouzouki and down home rootsy banjo, RAPT are Rosie McDonald, Ann Palumbo, Paul Laszlo and brilliant bluegrass mandolin player Nigel Lever.

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The Last Aurochs

The Last Aurochs are an international gathering of musicians bringing French, Portugese, Spanish, Irish, Scottish and Australian traditions together.  They play modern arrangements of traditional tunes from known and lesser known Celtic traditions along with their own compositions and modern trad tunes.  Their name comes from the now extinct aurochs, the wild ancestor of domesticated cattle. The aurochs had roamed Europe freely for centuries, until they were hunted to extinction in the 17th century. The name represents the connections between different Celtic and non-Celtic peoples as they hunted, worshiped, painted, and carved the aurochs for millennia.

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Award winning guitarist Stu Tyrrell breathes new life into traditional English and Celtic Folk songs, re-imagining them into stomping, roots infused arrangements interwoven with Australian Folk to deliver something completely original.


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Entry - $25

For more information call Rhonda on 0413 635 856, email Jen on

or use the website 'contact us' page.

 Please book online but don't worry if you don't as you can still buy tickets at the door. 
7:30 - late
William st Studios,
3 William st Fairlight (church hall).
BYO food and drinks.
This is our last Shack performance for the year, and the last at William St Studios.
Thanks to them for graciously hosting us for the past few months.
See you next year at the Narrabeen Tramshed.