Concerts

For tickets and further information about any of these concerts, please contact Judy Greenhill 519-763-2494,  or email judy@relativeharmony.com.

John D. Huston - A Christmas Carol

Monday December 3, 7:30 pm, A Christmas Carol – In this one man show, A Christmas Carol is performed as you have never seen it before, as Dickens himself performed it almost a century and a half ago! John D. Huston’s every word, gesture, and movement will make you believe you are watching the great Victorian author himself. Based on Dickens’s specially edited script, Huston gives a lively and authentic performance. Every character comes to life with his or her own voice; each scene is woven out of the author’s own words.

In this one man show, A Christmas Carol is performed as you have never seen it before, as Dickens himself performed it almost a century and a half ago! John D. Huston’s every word, gesture, and movement will make you believe you are watching the great Victorian author himself. Based on Dickens’s specially edited script, Huston gives a lively and authentic performance. Every character comes to life with his or her own voice; each scene is woven out of the author’s own words.


This multiple award winning production of A Christmas Carol is now on its 26th annual tour.

“Powerful one man theatre in the hands of a master storyteller” National Post

This well loved story comes to life through John D. Huston’s “mesmerising” (Winnipeg Free Press) performance of Dickens’ immortal text and your imagination.
“A Christmas Carol a la Dickens” Globe and Mail

Musical interludes will be performed by members of the original “Vinyl Cafe” Christmas orchestra: Ian Bell, Rick Avery and Judy Greenhill.
Tickets are now available. Contact Judy Greenhill judy.m.greenhill53@gmail.com 519 763 2494.  Also available after the 9:15 and 11:00 am services

Relative Harmony

Sunday January 27, time tba – Relative Harmony – a reprise of their first concert featuring congregation members Rick Avery and Judy Greenhill, along with their son Jonathan Avery Fuller.

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