- The choir has suspended its activities for the moment because of the social distancing requirements associated with the corona virus epidemic.
- When things return to normal, possibly in the second half of the year, the choir will look to resume rehearsals and concerts.
Kaleidoscope's first production, ‘Isabella’ - a light comic operetta -, was performed in the Canberra Playhouse in 1980. This was followed in 1981 by ‘The Pied Piper’.
In the mid-noughties, the group reformed and commenced a series of plays, concerts and oratorios. Specific works have included:
Mendelssohn’s Hymn of Praise (in collaboration with All Saints Choir)
The Zeal of Thy House (Dorothy Sayers)
A Man for All Seasons (Robert Bolt)
Captain Thunderbolt in concert
The Naming of the Women (Vivien Arnold)
Job Pilgrim (Vivien Arnold)
The Crucible (Arthur Miller)
A Concerted Effort (Vivien Arnold)
Blinkers (Vivien Arnold)
Choices (Vivien Arnold)
In addition to a specific works the choir generally presents a 'variety' concert which may include choral items, recitations, sketches, and solos as well as a concert of carols for Christmas.