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Friday 4 September, 2015
Martin is a nine year old boy who is the new kid in class. He doesn’t know anyone and he has a different accent to everyone else. The Ballad of Pondlife McGurk encourages students to think about the decisions the character has made and encourage them to think about how they relate to others.
“Martin’s the new kid at school among a sea of unfamiliar faces. Sharon’s the class bully and she doesn’t like Martin one bit. Then Simon McGurk comes along. He’s wildly ...
Saturday 5 September, 2015
This innovative format of cinema evenings includes two films with pizza and a glass of wine prior to the first feature and home-made soups served in between the 2 movies.
NOBLE @ 6pm
From Ireland in English & Vietnamese, 2014 True Story, Rated M, 100 minutes
WINNER OF 8 INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS
Christina Noble overcomes the harsh difficulties of her childhood in Ireland, to discover her destiny on the streets of Saigon.
An extraordinary true story of a funny, feisty...
Sunday 6 September, 2015
Something special happens when Beccy Cole and Libby O’Donovan take the stage together.
Libby and Beccy take the audience on a journey of intertwining genres, swapping songs, sharing stories and breaking musical stereotypes.
It could be the anticipation of a curious audience, after all, who would expect the golden girl of Country to swap notes with a critically acclaimed Cabaret and Jazz performer? Perhaps it’s just good old fashioned ‘girl meets girl’ chemistry......
Sunday 13 September, 2015
Quartet for the End of Time.
Composed In 1941 while Olivier Messiaen was a prisoner of war and premièred by his fellow inmates in Stalag VIII-A, the magnificent and moving Quartet for the End of Time will be performed by a special ensemble comprising UWA staff and special guests. Graham Gilling (piano), Ashley Smith (clarinet), Margaret Blades (violin) and Melinda Forsythe (cello).
Mud, Blood and Gas
The concert will be accompanied by six photographic banners by multimedia...
Tuesday 15 September, 2015
Celebrated as one of the most exciting vibes players in the world today, Nick Parnell makes old music new again, injecting energy into a repertoire that might be familiar to some, but definitely inspirational to all. With a spirit of recklessness, Parnell takes one of the newest of classical instruments and gives it a genre-bending makeover. Steel yourself for his mallets of musical mastery.
Born in the Australian outback town of Orroroo, Nick Parnell started teaching himself drums in his...
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