Loosely Woven, returns to Avalon with their brand-new concert, ‘Zero Gravity’ along with 17 instrumentalists and singers.


Graham Moore’s powerful song ‘New Frontier’

Pat Humphries’ ‘Never Turning Back’

Judy Small’s ‘’One Voice in the Crowd’

all of which celebrate human beings struggling for a better world.

Along with a number of well-known songs including:

• I can see clearly now (Johnny Nash)

• The Letter (Boxtops)

• The Holy City

• Moondance

• Can’t take my eyes off of you (Four Seasons)

• Dreams (Fleetwood Mac)

• Silver Bells (Christmas)

• Straighten up and fly right (The Andrews Sisters)

• You raise me up

• Open up them Pearly Gates (The Seekers) Some Australian songs:

• Whispers on the wind (Carmel Charlton)

• The Remains of the Day (Rachel Collis)

• One Voice in the Crowd (Judy Small)

• Zero Gravity (Eurovision)

Some lesser-known songs:

• A Thankful Heart (a beautiful Chinese song)

• Man of Constant Sorrow

• One Day Instruments this time will include violins, cello, saxophone

What is Write for Rights?

Sign a petition/ write a letter! Sometimes a letter can change someone’s life. That’s the idea behind Write for Rights, our global letter-writing campaign. Twenty-one years ago, a small group of activists in Poland decided to run a 24-hour letter-writing marathon for 10 December – Human Rights Day. The idea took off and today, Write for Rights has grown into the world’s biggest human rights event.

Every year, supporters across the globe sign petitions and write millions of letters and solidarity cards for those whose basic human rights are being attacked. These supporters form a vibrant community of people like you, continuing a long tradition of writing letters to right some of the world’s biggest wrongs.

An activist holds a camera and a candle at a vigil


November 26, 2023

4:00 pm