Book your tickets for Forward Home

The Marionettes, Youth Chorale, and NDDCI performing David Rudder’s “The Ganges & the Nile” in their Cacique Award-winning production TRIBUTES in 2008

Next up: Forward Home

A few weeks after returning from New York, the Marionettes will be presenting Forward Home (Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th September at Queen’s Hall) — a concert featuring Calling All Dawns (the work they perform in June at Carnegie Hall under the baton of the composer himself, Christopher Tin), plus an exciting calypso and folk music celebration of the prolific arranger Desmond Waithe, whose work the choir has performed for nearly 40 years.

The concert’s title — Forward Home — was inspired by the great Andre Tanker’s song of the same name and features, as always, the Marionettes adult, youth, and children’s ensembles, with a range of soloists and dancers.

Tickets & show times

  • SATURDAY 14th (7:30pm): $200 (open) | $250 (reserved)
  • SUNDAY 15th (5:00pm): $200 (open) | $250 (reserved)


Seniors (60+), students, under 18s, and early birds (tickets bought before Saturday 7th September) all receive $25 off!

Proof of age, student status, and/or POQH membership required, as applicable. One eligible discount per ticket.

Ticket orders

Open and reserved tickets can be reserved from members, through the order form below (until Sunday 8th September), and from the Queen’s Hall Box Office (tel: 624-1284, 10am–5:30pm starting Monday 2nd September. Open tickets can also be purchased at the Queen’s Hall website).

For more information, contact us at and 790-1751 (9am–6pm, Monday–Saturday). And make sure to sign up for our free e-newsletter ( and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for all the latest!


Reserve your tickets online

NB: We can only guarantee processing of reservations through this order form until Sunday 8th September. From concert week, please visit the Queen’s Hall Box Office (online or in person. The Box Office is open 10am–showtime daily, and can be reached by telephone at 624-1284).

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