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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

First Blues at the Kinema beats winter blues

Narooma School of Arts’ decision to host a series of blues concerts at the Kinema over winter is proving an absolute winner, said co-organiser Petti McInnes of Narooma School of Arts.

“Everyone who came last Saturday was keen to enjoy good live music up close and personal, as is possible at the Kinema,” Ms McInnes said.

“For me the highlight was seeing people relaxed and enjoying the Sunbears’ music so much they were up dancing. It was great fun.”

Narooma School of Arts President Jenni Bourke said a good crowd came to hear the Sunbears and Kara Coen, some travelling from as far as Milton and Cobargo.

“It was such a great vibe, everyone was really happy,” she said. “Being able to buy food and drinks at the show was also a real bonus; everyone loved that.”

The series of Blues at the Kinema concerts is an ambitious collaboration between the School of Arts, the Kinema and Hotel Narooma, with EARFM Mojo and Jellyrolls blues giving much appreciated support.

Narooma Hotel provided drinks, including cocktails, as well as noodles and pizzas.

The next Blues at the Kinema concert features the legendary Bondi Cigars on Friday 16 June with support musician Jake Hoskins. Early Bird tickets are available until 1 June.

Buy tickets online through, not at the Kinema.

The Sunbears had people up dancing at the Kinema enjoying the Blues.

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