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Welcome to the Glasshouse Winter program!

Simon Weir, 2008

Winter is sizzling at the Glasshouse with live theatre, music and inspiring arts. Transform your winter into a season of live entertainment and arts with us! Winter kicks off with the rising of WINTERSUN –Australia’s Original Retro Nostalgia Festival celebrating the excitement and buzz of the 40s, 50s and 60s. There are a wide range of WINTERSUN activities at the Glasshouse, so rock around the clock and make sure you don’t miss out on this unique event. Once the WINTERSUN sets, the Glasshouse stokes the fires and cranks up our very own blend of arts and entertainment. The Gallery is alive with an array of arts, and the Theatre will throb with everything music from the funky deepblue, the sublime ACO2 to Buddy Holly and beyond. Our live theatre offerings include the legendary Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf or perhaps the heartfelt Rainbow’s End from Sydney’s Riverside Theatre is more your style. And don’t miss out of your very own slice of HOLIDAY FUN during the July school holidays...

So what are you waiting for? See you at the Glasshouse this winter!

Friday 3 June - Monday 13 June 2011 This music and lifestyle festival celebrates the excitement and buzz of the 40s, 50s and 60s. So whether it’s rock’n’roll, dancing, cars, fashion or even shopping, there’s something for everyone.

Entertainment @ the Glasshouse Australia’s Original Retro Nostalgia Festival Col Joye & Ian ‘Macca’ McNamara plus band in concert. Saturday 4 June, 7.30pm. Tickets $48.

Pretty Things Peep Show direct from New York. Sunday 5 June, 7.30pm. Tickets $36.

Alan Dale’s Original Stars of Rock N Roll Show with Booka, Byran Davies and Adam, with vintage video clips and hosted by Alan Dale. Wednesday 8 June, 2pm. Tickets $18.

Alan Dale’s Original Johnny O’Keefe Memorial Show with Vicki Forrest, Booka, Byran Davies, Jimmy Taylor, Johnny Devlin and special guest Vicki O’Keefe. Hosted by Alan Dale. Wednesday 8 June, 7.30pm. Tickets $28.

The Ultimate Elvis® Tribute Artist™ Contest Heat 1 Thursday 9 June, 9.30am. Tickets $6.

Alan Dale’s Original Stars of Rock N Roll Show with Adam, Vicki Forrest, Jimmy Taylor, Johnny Devlin and special guest Lonnie Lee, with vintage video clips and hosted by Alan Dale. Thursday 9 June, 2pm. Tickets $20.

Elvis Leaves His Mark Show starring Mark Andrew Thursday 9 June, 7.30pm. Tickets $26.

The Ultimate Elvis® Tribute Artist™ Contest Heat 2 Friday 10 June, 9.30am. Tickets $6.

Alan Dale’s Original Stars of Rock N Roll Show with Booka, Vickii Forrest, Jimmy Taylor and Byran Davies, with vintage video clips and hosted by Alan Dale. Friday 10 June, 2pm. Tickets $18.

Cliff & Dusty — starring Australian music legend Marty Rhone Friday 10 June, 8.00pm. Tickets $35.

The Ultimate Elvis® Tribute Artist™ Contest Finals Saturday 11 June, 2pm. Tickets $25.

The Delltones in Concert

Saturday 11 June, 8pm. Tickets $49.

45 Years in Showbiz: A Salute to Normie with Digger Revell Marci Jones and Normie Rowe with special guest compare Issi Dye. Sunday 12 June, 8pm. Tickets $26. For full Wintersun event details visit

BOOK NOW ! | 02 6581 8888 cnr Clarence & Hay Sts, Port Macquarie


Image credit: Janet Laurence, In Memory of Nature, 2011, mixed media installation, courtesy of the artist. (detail)

Treat yourself and come along to visit our lively winter program at the Glasshouse Regional Gallery. A snapshot of what is on offer includes local artists featured alongside a strong international line up with a broad range of media and styles. We always aim to offer exhibitions to appeal to people aged 5 to 95, and we do this by creating an interesting mix of themes and subjects to educate, entertain and inspire anyone and everyone. At any one time you can view from three to five exhibitions on the three levels of Gallery – and not to be missed are our Essential Energy KIDS SPOT activities located within the exhibitions. We are a very family friendly space so why not make the Glasshouse Gallery your family destination stop this weekend.

Best wishes

Sharni Lloyd

Gallery Director 

SCULPTURAL FORMS This exhibition features sculptural works by an international mix of artists; Bill Thompson from USA, Stephan Marienfeld from Germany, Julia Davis from Australia and Germany’s Venske & Spänle who work in NYC and Munich.


The Glasshouse Regional Gallery would like to acknowledge Conny Dietzschold Gallery Sydney Colonge for their support of this exhibition. Image credit: Stephan Marienfeld, Bondage with Bends (white), 2009, lacquer, rope and vanish, 40 x 40 x 40cm, Courtesy of the artist and Conny Dietzschold Gallery.

EUAN MACLEOD works on paper Euan Macleod: Works on Paper presents a series of new works that continue his investigation into the relationship between the human figure and the vast landscape.

Well known for his dark, expressive and heavily textured paintings, Euan’s raw and gestural mark making, create emotion and awake memory. Macleod was the winner of the prestigious Archibald Prize in 1999.


The Glasshouse Regional Gallery would like to acknowledge Watters Gallery for their support of this exhibition. Image credit: Euan Macleod, Figure Above Lake, 2010, acrylic on paper, 38.5 x 58cm, Courtesy of the Artist and Watters Gallery Sydney. Photographer Michel Brouet (detail)

RECENT FORKS Stephen Killick & Tony Coleing This exhibition brings together two of the region’s most renowned contemporary artists; Stephen Killick and Tony Coleing. Killick is well known for his bold, distilled artworks that reference a diverse range of subjects. His work is imbued with humour, which swathes a penetrating intelligence and play on form and space. Coleing has a diverse arts practice which covers various media from painting to sculpture and digital media. His work is analytical and often explores social injustice with a bold disregard for diplomacy. MEET THE ARTIST – STEPHEN KILLICK FRIDAY 24 JUNE, 10AM $5 ($3 for Friends of the Glasshouse). To book tickets to this event, please call 6581 8888.

ON VIEW 3 JUNE - 10 JULY ENTRY IS FREE The Glasshouse Regional Gallery would like to acknowledge Utopia Gallery, Sydney and Andrew Baker Gallery, Brisbane their support of this exhibition.

Image credit: Stephen Killick, Fork Ahead, 2011, mixed media, courtesy of the artist (detail)

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF BAGO MAGIC For the past 10 years the Bago Magic Performance Group has been captivating audiences from across the Mid North Coast with its wonderfully unique and joyful performances. Bago Magic started in Wauchope in 2001, as a community drama group for people with a disability, but soon transformed into a performance group accessible to all interested in drama, music and visual arts. This exhibition presents costumes, artworks, photographs and memorabilia to celebrate the group’s 10th anniversary.

ON VIEW UNTIL 3 June – 10 July ENTRY IS FREE The Glasshouse Regional Gallery supporting community arts.

Image credit: Josh Oaken performing in India Is....., 2009, Bago Magic, Photographer Mark Baker

PEOPLE OF THE FIRST SUNRISE East Coast Indigenous Art This exhibition celebrates contemporary Indigenous art with over 30 internationally acclaimed artists featured through a series of works from the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. People of the First Sunrise presents an overview of contemporary Indigenous art and contains a mix of styles and media with subjects highlighting social, political and cultural issues. MEET THE ARTIST – Lorraine Connelly-Northey FRIDAY 29 JULY, 10AM Lorraine Connelly-Northey discusses her unique arts practice and the stories behind them. A Waradgerie artist her work relates to the history and culture of the Waradgerie and her personal connection to the land. Tickets: $5 ($3 for Friends of the Glasshouse).

ON VIEW 24 June – 7 August ENTRY IS FREE The Glasshouse Regional Gallery would like to acknowledge the MCA and TAFE NSW for its collaboration. This exhibition was made possible through funding assistance from the Ministry for the Arts. Image credit: Lorraine Connelly-Northey, Narrbong (string bag) 2008, rusted barbed wire and steel cable, 91 x 64 x 43 cm, Museum of Contemporary Art, purchased with funds provided by the Coe and Mordant families, 2008.

CANT CHANT Vernon Ah Kee Leading Indigenous artist Vernon Ah Kee is known for his incisive critiques of White Australian culture. In the Cant Chant exhibition he takes on the iconic subject of the beach and casts a critical eye on its special role in forming Australian identity. Cant Chant includes surfboards painted with north Queensland rainforest shield designs as well as a video installation featuring dead boards (waterlogged surfboards) blasted by guns, and Aboriginal surfers.

ON VIEW UNTIL 15 July – 28 August ENTRY IS FREE Cant Chant is an Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane touring exhibition.

Image credit: Vernon Ah Kee, Cant Chant from Cant Chant, colour photograph 2007 (detail)

IN MEMORY OF NATURE Janet Laurence Janet Laurence’s work is a gentle mix of sculpture, art and science, exploring environmental issues and the ephemeral or fleeting qualities of nature. This sculptural installation of delicate plants hot housed within a Gallery space heighten the short lived and transient elements of her art. Laurence exhibits widely and has an impressive record of representation in important exhibitions including the 9th Biennale of Sydney and the Australian Perspecta. Well known for her public art commissions, Janet has completed significant national and international projects. Full of mystery and delight, this is absorbing art to immerse yourself in!

ON VIEW UNTIL 11 August – 9 October ENTRY IS FREE

Image credit: Janet Laurence, In Memory of Nature, 2011, mixed media installation, courtesy of the artist. (detail)


Travel into the world of the extraordinary with this digital installation of organic human stories containing curious animations of bones and organs which partner dance. Text and moving image are screened simultaneously from different angles. Developed by renowned choreographer Sue Healy using the genius of cinematography and an acute awareness of movement. .

ON VIEW UNTIL 11 August – 9 October ENTRY IS FREE Image credit: Sue Healy, Reading the Body (still), single screen, double projection installation, duration 5 minutes, courtesy of the artist.

A BROAD PERSPECTIVE Arthur McNeil Local artist, Arthur McNeil explores drawing and illustration from the natural world. During his artistic career, McNeil has explored two approaches to his creativity. His strong and emotionally charged expressive drawing style relates adventures of exotic Asian locations while his more controlled illustrative techniques relate to his commercial career. Earlier career successes are demonstrated by his Walkley Awards.

ON VIEW UNTIL 11 August – 2 October ENTRY IS FREE Glasshouse Regional Gallery Supporting Community Arts

Image credit: Arthur McNeil, Untitled, watercolour and pencil on paper, 2001 (detail)

The Glasshouse presents


“It’s worth the price of admission, and then some... Mammaries are made of this.” Breast Wishes is an uplifting new Australian musical about life, love, family and silicon. A witty and heart-warming journey of courage and determination. Meet four women, sisters, mothers, daughters, cousins; add a fumbling boyfriend and a well-meaning husband; a bra-fitter who’s seen it all; and you will be taken on a witty and heart-warming journey through laughter to triumph. Proudly supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

$1 from every Glasshouse Ticket sold will go to the Hastings Cancer Trust.

The perfect girls’ night out!

WEDNESDAY 15 JUNE, 8PM THURSDAY 16 JUNE, 11AM & 8PM TICKETS $55 Adult, $45 Concession, $50 Group (10+)

SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR “Meticulous and unstoppable…spirited and spectacular” The New York Times Heralded as the most exciting group to emerge in World Music in recent years, two-time Grammy Award-winning Soweto Gospel Choir returns with a brand new show, African Grace. The Choir’s 26 singers, dancers and musicians deliver a flawless performance of traditional and contemporary songs infused with irrepressible spirit. Since its foundation in 2002, the Choir has performed to sell-out crowds at the greatest concert halls across the globe and alongside superstars including Bono, Queen, Celine Dion, John Legend, Peter Gabriel, Josh Groban, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder. Be uplifted by this joyful spectacular of song and dance.

TUESDAY 21 JUNE, 8PM TICKETS $79 adult, $69 Concession, $45 Student U15, $64 Group (10+)

CELEBRATE! It’s the Hastings Chorister’s 21st Birthday and you’re invited to CELEBRATE! CELEBRATE! will feature acclaimed Baritone Rob MacDougall, talented soloists and the beautiful voices of the Hastings Chorister’s Cantorus and Cantabile choirs. Hastings Choristers Inc was formed in 1990 as a community choir to promote the art and practice of choral singing in the Hastings region. During the ensuing 20 years, under the direction of Robyn Ryan OAM, the choir has expanded its activities both in repertoire and fields of operation. Its growing reputation for excellence has resulted in many invitations to perform in the Sydney Opera House, the Town Hall, and other Sydney and regional venues.

SATURDAY 18 JUNE, 8PM TICKETS $35 adult, $30 concession, $20 children, $30 groups (10+)

Morning Music @ The Glasshouse presents


Fresh from the fabulous Judy & Liza Show, Martine Pavey takes us on an unforgettable musical journey relating the lives, the loves, the glitz, the tears & the tantrums in the life of a diva. Featuring the songs of world renowned divas Barbra Streisand, Shirley Bassey & many more, Divas is guaranteed to pack a powerful musical punch with a lot of laughs along the way! Don’t miss out on Divas! Proudly supported by The Port Macquarie

our local newspaper

MONDAY 27 JUNE, 11AM TICKETS $22.50 single tickets, $20.50 (groups 10+)

On Tour@The Glasshouse presents


“Craig Ilott has crafted a satisfying, no-sags, honest-to-god, 90 minutes entertainment with bite and point” Stage Noise Three generations of Koori women live on the edge of a country town in a shack on the banks of a flood-prone river. For Nan, even life on ‘The Flats’ represents progress of a kind, but Gladys has ambitions for a real house in town and a proper job for daughter Dolly. This tender, funny play celebrates the fierce optimism of the women as they struggle for community acceptance in Menzies’ era Australia. Rainbow’s End is a ‘feel good’ night of theatre. Starring Christine Anu and Lillian Crombie, Rainbow’s End is written with gentle irony and humorous affection by Jane Harrison and directed by Craig Ilott.

Proudly supported by

FRIDAY 8 JULY, 8PM SATURDAY 9 JULY, 8PM TICKETS Premium $66 adult, $61 concession, $56 full-time student. A-reserve $46 adult, $41 concession, $25.50 full-time student

This tour has been made possible by the New South Wales Government through Arts NSW

Hastings Youth Theatre presents


The Hastings Youth Theatre presents a fairy story based on Dorothy finding herself in another cyclone and whisked off once again with her little dog, Toto to the Land of Oz. The Wizard has put the Scarecrow in charge, unfortunately though, the Wicked Witch of the North has stolen his brains in order to rule the land. Dorothy, finding her old friends, the Lion and the Tinman, set off with the Scarecrow to retrieve his commonsense and so enabling him ultimately to be not so scatterbrained.

SUNDAY 10 JULY, 2PM TICKETS $20 adult, $15 children.

Cartoon Network’s

BEN 10 LIVE: TIME MACHINE Something BIG from the Ben 10 Omniverse is coming to Port Macquarie! Cartoon Network’s BEN 10 LIVE: Time Machine is coming to the Glasshouse during the July School Holidays. Everyone’s favourite boy-hero, Ben Tennyson, and his alien heroes will come to life in Cartoon Network’s BEN 10 LIVE: Time Machine, a new costume show filled with action, stunts and special effects. BEN 10 LIVE: Time Machine stars Ben, his cousin Gwen and Grandpa Max in two adventure-filled acts. Also appearing in this allnew live show are Ben’s alien superheroes Four Arms, Diamondhead, Swampfire, Big Chill and one of his awesome new Ultimate Aliens, alongside love-to-hate faves Vilgax, Highbreed Commander, the DNAliens and The Forever Knights.

TUESDAY 12 JULY, 10AM TICKETS All tickets $26.90

tribute to cat stevens


As seen at The Sydney Opera House, Peace Train is a night of music and story-telling. A journey back in time, recreating the sights and sounds, seeking out the man in the music and telling the story behind the songs. Hear 23 hits sung with remarkable authenticity by one of Australia’s most exciting young artists Darren Coggan, backed by a high-energy band. From First Cut is the Deepest, to Remember The Days of the Old School Yard, Lady D’Arbanville, Sad Lisa and Peace Train, Darren Coggan traces the path of a man who never stopped wondering about how to make the world a better place.

FRIDAY 15 JULY, 8PM SATURDAY 16 JULY, 4PM TICKETS $49 adult, $45 concession, $25 child/youth, $45 group (10+) WARNING: smoke/strobes

La Vive Classique

SCHOLARSHIP SHOWCASE 2011 Witness the grace, poise and confidence of some of the finest dancers from one of Port Macquarie’s leading dance schools – La Vive Classique Academy of Dance. La Vive Classique Academy of Dance Scholarship Showcase will entertain young and old alike with routines from the Academy’s repertoire. Scholarship finalists will perform enchainments and dances in the style they have been selected for scholarship contention. Scholarships will be awarded in Classical, Jazz, Contemporary and Tap. For 2011 a choreography scholarship will be awarded for the first time.

SUNDAY 24 JULY, 11AM TICKETS $24 adult, $14 under 18s NOTE: tickets available mid June$00.

Morning Music @ The Glasshouse presents


Laugh and sing along to your favourite outrageous Gilbert & Sullivan classics with musical theatre and opera favourites, Stuart Maunder and Anne-Maree McDonald. Set in the era when Gilbert & Sullivan ruled the stage, this wonderful show is told ‘through the eyes’ of the great comedic performer George Grossmith, there will be songs by Grossmith (The Muddle Puddle Porter and See Me Dance the Polka) and Noel Coward (Mad Dogs and Englishmen and Mrs Worthington – as well as Sullivan’s joyous melodies including The Modern Major-General, Tit Willow and The Ruler of the Queen’s Navee. It’s music made for theatre!

Proudly supported by The Port Macquarie

our local newspaper

MONDAY 25 JULY, 11AM TICKETS $22.50 single tickets, $20.50 (groups 10+)


RAVE ON 2011

Oh boy! It’s time to Rave On with Buddy Holly coming to the Glasshouse! Buddy Holly was one of the greatest pioneers of Rock n’ Roll in the 1950s. Donning his trademark horn-rimmed glasses, his ever so engaging and charismatic figure and a lilting vocal hiccup… Scott ‘Buddy’ Cameron returns to the role that made him famous, presenting Buddy: The Concert. Buddy: The Concert will see Scott Cameron belt out Holly’s catalogue of songs whilst also performing the tracks that shaped the 50s culture from artists including Bo Diddly, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Eddy Cochran and more.

“Having personally known Buddy and now Scott Cameron it sends tingles down my spine how close he is” Peggy Sue Gearon, Texas, USA.


The Glasshouse presents

AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA ACO2 “The energy and vibe of a rock band with the ability of a crack classical chamber group” Washington Post

ACO2 is the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s regional touring orchestra connecting the next generation of talented young Australian musicians with the stars of the ACO to create a combined ensemble with a fresh, energetic performance style. In August ACO2 tours through regional NSW and QLD with Guest Director and Lead Violin Thomas Gould from the UK who has been showered with glowing and enthusiastic acclaim from critics and audiences. Pieces being performed include Tüür Action–Passion–Illusion, Schubert (arr. Tabakova) arpeggione sonata, d821 and JS Bach (arr. Sitkovetsky) Goldberg Variations, BWV988 Proudly supported by J&H Tours

TUESDAY 9 AUGUST, 8PM TICKETS $45 adult, $40 concession, $20 U18

“The Australian Ballet School’s graduating students of the Dancers Company bring a refreshing eagerness to this hoary old classic” The Australian

Artists of the Dancers Company. Photography - Jim McFarlane

On Tour @The Glasshouse The Australian Ballet’s Dancers Company


Based on the legendary tale by Spanish author Cervantes, this classic ballet tells the story of the knight Quixote on a quest to find his lost love. On his journey he crosses paths with the swooning young lovers Kitri and Basilio in a tale of fun, mischief and mistaken identity. Choreographed by Ai-Gul Gaisina after Marius Petipa, Don Quixote has the necessary magic and all the right moves. It is light-hearted and colourful, featuring characters performed by some of Australia’s finest young dancers. Proudly supported by Cassegrain


SOLD OUT . . .


Presented by the Port Macquarie Hastings Municipal Band To warm your heart, a fresh and vibrant concert of the Performing Arts featuring the Port Macquarie Hastings Municipal Band and their guests. This is the finale of a concert series that has taken our very own ‘Town Band’ around the Mid North Coast. In the Glasshouse Theatre the band will be joined by singers Ian Castle & Amanda Gordon, ‘Extreme’ Dance Studio and also by Mr Geoff Kearns and Jordan Jive. Enjoy a wonderful afternoon of talented entertainment. Come and warm up from top to toes!

SUNDAY 14 AUGUST TICKETS $23 adult, $18 concession, $12 under 18s, $55 family (2 adults & 2 children) $15 group 10+ NOTE: tickets available late June

The Glasshouse presents


“Deepblue looks like an orchestra, but it plays with fire, shares with joy, and dances with electricity. When it comes your way, pay attention.” Stage Whispers August 2010 If you haven’t seen deepblue before, you had better strap yourself in for a totally new experience. This is entertainment like you have never seen, felt or heard before. They look like an orchestra, act like a band and the performance feels like you’re watching theatre or a live movie. It is a perfect combination of multi-media, film, music, rock, electronics and classical. Come on this spectacular musical journey that will galvanise your senses with an astounding visual and aural feast. Nothing is off limits – the performers ask you to leave your phone ON so you can SMS them during the show, make requests, give ideas and share your dreams. deepblue’s performance includes a concert list that ranges from David Bowie to Bollywood from contemporary classical arrangements to rock and anything in between.

THURSDAY 18 AUGUST, 7.30PM TICKETS $38 adult, $32 concession, $30 groups 10+, $25 student

On Tour @The Glasshouse presents

WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF Drop in for drinks and brace yourself!

One of the stage’s most dysfunctional couples is brought to life in White Box Theatre’s beautiful production of Edward Albee’s hilarious and harrowing masterpiece. Martha and George invite Nick and his wife Honey home for a nightcap. With each drink the couple find themselves caught in the crossfire of a savage martial war. Battle-lines are drawn and the party games begin. Proudly supported by Rydges Port Macquarie

FRIDAY 26 AUGUST, 8PM SATURDAY 27 AUGUST, 8PM TICKETS Premium $66 adult, $61 concession, $56 full-time student. A-reserve $46 adult, $41 concession, $25.50 full-time student

Second Saturday of every month! Kids and parents are invited to join us every second Saturday of the month for free creative arts activities offered by our Essential Energy KIDS SPOT program. Kids will be inspired by the exhibitions on display and create interesting artworks to take home. The activities are free – places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Please register by emailing or calling 6581 8888. For children aged 4-9 years and their parents. SATURDAY 11 JUNE, 11AM SATURDAY 9 JULY, 11AM SATURDAY 16 JULY, 11AM SATURDAY 13 AUGUST, 11AM Free, bookings are essential, call 6581 8888.

The Glasshouse is a creative holiday haven for kids, offering an exciting range of artistic and dramatic workshops with experienced tutors. The Holiday Fun @ the Glasshouse art & drama workshops are designed for children aged between 6 and 13 years. The workshops are designed to introduce them to the world of arts and drama under the inspired guidance of professional tutors. So come on in and sketch, splatter and shout your way through the winter July school holidays with us. See for more information. 6-16 July 2011 Note: tickets on sale mid June.

All new

this June 2011‌.

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Coming soon‌. presented by Glasshouse On Tour 2011 Starring John Jarrett and Patrick Harvey. WEDNESDAY 7 SEPTEMBER, 8PM THURSDAY 8 SEPTEMBER, 8PM

presented by Glasshouse On Tour 2011 Breathtaking feats, serious fun, and Aussie humour for all ages... THURSDAY 13 OCTOBER, 7.30PM FRIDAY 14 OCTOBER, 7.30PM





The Port Macquarie

our local newspaper



The Glasshouse is supported by the NSW Government through Arts NSW

Cover image credit: Vernon Ah Kee, Cant Chant from Cant Chant, colour photograph 2007 (detail)

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What's On @ the Glasshouse, Winter 2011  

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