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LEE KERNAGHAN Lee Kernaghan is one of the undisputable alltime greats of Australian country. 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the launch of Lee’s amazing career and the release of his first chart-busting hit, Boys From The Bush. The iconic song was the first of many number one singles from the classic album The Outback Club, which went on to achieve double platinum certification, win a swag of awards and redefine contemporary Australian country music along the way. Since the release of his mega hit Boys From The Bush, Lee has notched up 34 number one hits on the Australian country music charts, won a staggering 36

Golden Guitars and has sold over two million albums in the local market. In March Lee was inducted into the CMC Hall Of Fame and also released a new album called The 25th Anniversary Album which features gust appearances from some of Australia’s great country artists including John Williamson, Troy Cassar-Daley, Kasey Chambers and The McClymonts to name a few. On the same week as the album release he performed at CMC Rocks QLD to a sold out 20,000 strong audience and deleivered a blistering show that set the bar very high for the American supergroup Dixie Chicks to follow.

Lee Kernaghan’s Boys From The Bush 25th Anniversary Tour is guaranteed to be one of the most sought after tickets of 2017. The concert will cover 25 years of smash hits and will also feature songs from Lee’s new 25th Anniversary Album. Fans are encouraged to book tickets early to secure their place to celebrate this amazing career milestone of 25 years with Lee at what will be a very special musical event. Wednesday 3rd May. 7.30pm. Frankston Arts Centre. Special Guests: The Wolfe Brothers & Christie Lamb Book now on www.thefac. | 03 9784 1060

With much humour, warmth, sympathy, human insight and a great deal of empathy for his female protagonist, playwright Willy Russell brilliantly shows Shirley breaking out of the mould in which she was cast by society. “This play is a modern classic and its theme of achieving your full potential remains universal and very relevant today.” Denny Lawrence, Director Shirley Valentine is a wonderfully entertaining monologue by a 42-year-old Liverpool mother whose selfesteem has been battered by school, marriage and life in general. When her best friend wins a Greek vacation for two, Shirley grasps the chance to head for the sun, to re-find herself, follow her dreams and to get a new lease on life. Shirley Valentine won the award for Best Comedy at the 1988 Laurence Olivier Awards. This production stars the talented and vibrant Mandi Lodge of Busting Out, Menopause The Musical and Always...Patsy

and social identity. The play is not only funny, it is also moving.” Financial Times. Shirley Valentine. FAC Theatre. Friday 5 May, 8pm (Live Captioning). Member from $38.50, Adult from $44, Concession from $40, U30 from $27 Bookings: 03 9784 1060 or

Cline fame. “It is a simple and brilliant idea… the profound and perennial point of the comedy is the problem we seem to have contemplating the idea of a woman alone – in a pub, on a beach, in a restaurant. This is what Shirley learns to combat as she unravels her own sexual

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Frankston Times 17 April 2017

17 April 2017  

Frankston Times 17 April 2017

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