Three of NZ's most dynamic family acts are playing together at The Winchester Club, Eden Terrace on Saturday May 19th for a NZ Music Month celebration.
Levity Beet is a three-time APRA NZ children’s song of the year winner and 2018 Tui Children’s Musician of the Year. Levity is well known for dynamic and humorous performances, and wows audiences with new musical inventions, playing instruments he makes from heaters, air bed pumps, tyre valves and anything imaginable.
Mr Roberelli is actually two people: Rob Wigley and Paul Depledge, whose interactive and humorous live show gets children (and parents) bouncing, listening quietly for details, singing "really high", tiptoeing past the bull, moving like macho ballerinas, and much more. If you're lucky enough to catch a live performance, you'll be seeking out one – or all – of their eight albums.
Captain Festus McBoyle emerged off the back of a non-illustrious 25-year Rock n’ Roll career. With cheeky humour and the sharpened hooks of his songs, The Captain is joined on stage by Miss Lucy Drawers and Ebeneza Strong. This much-loved Vaudeville Musical Comedy Troupe are regularly compared to Monty Python and Spike Milligan with their almost 'Punk Rock' ethos, they transcend age and culture with ease. Let them whisk you away on a first-class voyage to sample their weird and wonderful world.
There'll also be hot food on sale and music (DJ'd by Lee from the 95bFM Kids' Show).