On Sunday 11 November – a hundred years since Armistice Day– a cast of professional and community performers from across the Great Southern will commemorate the ending of the First World War with a special choral work: By Other Eyes.
Glowing around the performers as they sing will be artist Bruce Munro’s tribute to those who served in this and every war since: Field of Light: Avenue of Honour. The performances of By Other Eyes take place at 7 pm and 9 pm. These are free ticketed events and there will also be live streaming of the performance.
Access to Field of Light: Avenue of Honour on Sunday 11 November will be limited to ticket holders.
If you plan to visit Field of Light: Avenue of Honour over the Remembrance Day weekend, we encourage you to be part of this remembrance, and attend one of the performances. If not, we recommend visiting Field of Light: Avenue of Honour on Friday 9 November or Saturday 10 November, to ensure an uninterrupted experience.
For more information on how to book your free ticket,access the live digital stream or listen to the live broadcast visit www.anzacalbany.com.au/by-other-eyes
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