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NAIDOC • VISUAL ARTS • FUN FOR KIDS • FILM • THEATRE • MUSIC • HIRE

WINTER 2017


Mayor’s message THIS WINTER, KINGSTON ARTS IS PROUD ONCE AGAIN TO SUPPORT NAIDOC WEEK WHICH CELEBRATES THE HISTORY, CULTURE AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES. The theme of this year’s NAIDOC Week is ‘Our Languages Matter’. Join our local community and participate in a range of activities including clay coolamon workshops for adults and children as well as the outdoor projection program at Kingston City Hall. The popular community arts competition Artz Blitz returns when the secret theme is revealed on 11 August. With just 24 hours to respond in 2D, 3D or creative writing, this program always produces some fantastic work. There’s lots of fun for kids at Kingston Arts with some great shows programmed for the school holidays including Toy Story Flix Fix at Shirley Burke Theatre and Roald Dahl’s The Witches coming to the Black Box Theatre at the Kingston Arts Centre as a mad-cap one man show. With such a variety of events and performances on offer, there’s bound to be something to delight, inspire and entertain you this season at Kingston Arts. Cr David Eden MAYOR, City of Kingston

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Contents NAIDOC 17 Our Languages Matter

Outdoor Projection Program VISUAL ARTS Artz Blitz 2017 Canteen – The Joy of Cutlery Nabadoon – Path of Peace Exhibition Call Out

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7 July – 12 August 2 July – 9 August

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Secret theme revealed: 11 August Deadline: 12 August 17 August – 16 September 19 June – 5 August Applications open: 1 June Applications close: 18 October

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FUN FOR KIDS Flix Fix – Toy Story 5 July The Witches 4 July Mr Snot Bottom’s Stinky Silly Show 6 October

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F ILM Moviehouse THEATRE Bakersfield Mist Greek Goddess The Crow Family The Exotic Lives of Lola Montez Kingston’s Mighty Wurlitzer and Lux Radio Show Shirley Valentine by Willy Russell MUSIC Dragon celebrates the Countdown years

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NAIDOC 2017

Ceramic coolamons by Indigenous artists associated with Baluk Arts.

Our Languages Matter

PRESENTED BY KINGSTON ARTS Join Kingston Arts in celebrating the opening of NAIDOC17: Our Languages Matter with Tarnuk Biik – Earth Bowls by Baluk Arts. The exhibition showcases over 30 hand-built ceramic coolamons with ochre designs produced by more than 15 Indigenous artists at G3 Artspace, Parkdale.

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Tarnuk Biik translates into Boonwurrung as ‘Coolamon Earth’. Tarnuks or coolamons are based on Indigenous carrying bowls traditionally carved of wood. The artists in the Baluk Arts program have experimented with clay as a new material for building stunning ceramic coolamons. * Guardian required

Opening:

Friday 7 July, 6-8pm Exhibition:

Saturday 8 July – Saturday 12 August Workshop with Baluk Arts:

Kids Coolamons (6+)*: Saturday 8 July, 10-11am

Adults Coolamons: Saturday 22 July, 10-11.45am Venue:

G3 Artspace Shirley Burke Theatre 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale tickets:

Admission free Bookings essential:

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INTEGRITY, LOYALTY, RESPECT, NAIDOC16 Clocktower Projections by Josh Muir, courtesy of MARS Gallery.

Outdoor Projection Program

PRESENTED BY KINGSTON ARTS Kingston Arts will once again light up the sky in July with our NAIDOC17 Outdoor Projection Program showcasing contemporary still and moving image works by leading Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander artists responding to the theme: Our Languages Matter.

Sunday 2 July, after dark Projections conclude:

Wednesday 9 August Venue:

The Bridge Courtyard and Clocktower Projection Spaces, Kingston City Hall and Kingston Arts Centre, 979 & 985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin tickets:

Admission free NAIDOC

Large-scale projected works will be visible after dark with the Bridge, Courtyard and iconic Clocktower Projection Spaces illuminated in celebration of NAIDOC Week.

Projections debut:

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Image courtesy of Shuttermain Photography.


Applications now open 24–HOUR VISUAL ART AND CREATIVE WRITING COMPETITION. $4,000 WORTH OF PRIZES TO BE WON! Artz Blitz is Kingston Arts’ longest running community art competition for artists of all ages and abilities working in 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional, digital and literary arts.

The competition will begin when a secret theme is announced on Friday 11 August 2017 from which artists will have 24 hours to create an artwork (2D, 3D, digital and literary) and deliver it to Kingston Arts Centre in Moorabbin for the exhibition.

Friday 11 August, 5pm

Visual artworks & creative writing submitted: Saturday 12 August, 3-6pm Opening: Sunday 13 August, 4-6pm Exhibition:

Monday 14 August – Saturday 2 September Enter at:

kingstonarts.com.au Venue:

Kingston Arts Centre, 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin Entry fee:

full $25 | conc $20 | youth $15 | junior $10 Entry details:

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VISUAL ARTS

All works will be exhibited across the Kingston Arts Centre Galleries and prize winners announced at the opening event.

Secret theme revealed:

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Chris Aspland, Large Gathering, oil paint on canvas, 51 x 76cm, 2017.

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The Joy of Cutlery BY CHRIS ASPLAND Chris Aspland presents her first solo exhibition, Canteen – The Joy of Cutlery, which explores shape, shadow and movement through the patinas of aged surfaces made unique by everyday wear and tear.

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The focus of Aspland’s is a collection of old-fashioned silver and bone cutlery. Aspland seeks to captivate the age and individuality of each piece reflected through passages of time. Aspland finds a sense of light-heartedness and intimacy in the relationship between each piece and the owners who might otherwise discard these precious objects.

Opening:

Thursday 17 August, 6-8pm Exhibition:

Friday 18 August – Saturday 16 September Venue:

G3 Artspace Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale tickets:

Admission free


Cultural artefacts, courtesy of the Somali Cultural Association.

Nabadoon Path of Peace

BY SOMALI CULTURAL ASSOCIATION Presented by the City of Kingston in partnership with Kingston Arts and the Somali Cultural Association, this group exhibition celebrates Refugee Week 2017 by exploring the culture, landscape and nomadic lives of Somalis through contemporary paintings and ancient artefacts.

Ganei lives in a refugee camp in Somalia and paints using sponsored art materials and re-purposed canvas stretched from the tents of the camp.

Friday 30 June, 6-8pm Exhibition:

Monday 19 June – Saturday 5 August Venue:

Kingston Arts Centre, 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin tickets:

Admission free

VISUAL ARTS

Exhibiting artists include emerging painter, Adam Jamac Ganei, known for his vivid landscape studies of waterholes, wild animals and cities affected by the civil war.

Opening:

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Kingston Arts offers three professional galleries for artists to exhibit their work and encourages applications by both emerging and established artists. Located in the Kingston Arts Centre and Shirley Burke Theatre each gallery includes an easy-touse track hanging system, professional lighting and mobile walls and free publicity services.

G3 ARTSPACE

Contents group exhibition, Kingston Arts Centre Galleries, 2017.

Callout for exhibitions at Kingston Arts in 2018! For more information please contact our Visual Arts Coordinator Ph: 9556 4448 arts@kingston.vic.gov.au

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Kingston Arts is currently seeking applications for both solo and group art exhibitions in 2018! We aim to provide a dynamic program of visual arts by local, emerging and established artists to explore contemporary art in a supportive environment, which pioneers thought-provoking and professional exhibitions. Eligible artistic practices include painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, installation, video, performance and sound. ABOUT OUR GALLERIES:

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G3 Artspace prioritises solo and small group exhibitions.

Kingston Arts Centre Galleries (G1 + G2) prioritises curated programs and large group exhibitions.

For more information and to apply please visit:

kingstonarts.com.au/ exhibitions Applications open:

1 June 2017

applications close:

18 October 2017 Venue:

G3 Artspace, Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale Kingston Arts Centre 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin


GET YOUR SCHOOL HOLIDAY…

Toy Story In this much loved Disney classic, Woody – a good-hearted cowboy doll who belongs to a young boy named Andy – sees his position as Andy’s favorite toy jeopardized when his parents buy him a Buzz Lightyear action figure.

To infinity and beyond!

Wednesday 5 July Pre-show activities: 10am Film commences: 10.30am Duration: 80 mins Rating: G rated Venue:

Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale tickets: $10 Book now: 9556 4440

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FUN FOR KIDS

Come dressed as your favourite character, with pre-show activities 30 minutes before the show and lucky door prizes to be won.

Date/Time:

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Griffin Theatre Company presents

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Witches By Roald Dahl

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“...a shape-shifting tour-de-force performance in this one-man-show” TimeOut

When one little boy unwittingly stumbles into the annual meeting of witches, he hears their nasty plan to get rid of all the children in the world – by turning them into mice! It’s going to take smarts and sneakiness to stop them and not get squished in the process. Think you can outwit a witch and outrun a mouse? Then grab a seat in the front row for The Witches, bursting onto the stage as a mind-boggling and madcap one-man show.

Date/Time:

Tuesday 4 July, 10.30am and 1pm Duration: 50 mins Seating: Allocated Venue:

Kingston Arts Centre, Black Box Theatre 979 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin

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Brave boys and girls, rat-racers and retirees are in for a wicked and wonderful time. Lucas Jervies directs this bubbling concoction, based on David Wood’s adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic, with one actor running amok in a fantastically physical performance.

Single entry $18 Groups 4+ $12 Book now:

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Bill Blake (aged nine) TimeOut Recommended for children 5 and over

FUN FOR KIDS

“...really funny... I recommend this show to Roald Dahl fans and anyone over 5 years old...Older kids will love it.”

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FUN FOR KIDS

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Mr Snot Bottom is a disgusting kid’s comedian brimming with all the gooey, smelly and yucky topics kids love: boogers, pop-offs and smells! Be repulsed by horrible stories, gross gags and just wrong routines in this roller-coaster of weirdness perfect for strange kids and their even stranger parents!

Date/Time:

Friday 6 October, 10.30am and 1pm Stay for a post-show meet and greet with Mr Snotbottom! Duration: 60 mins Seating: Allocated Venue:

Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale

tickets:

Single entry $18 Group 4+ $15 Book now:

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FUN FOR KIDS

“Hilarious and clever... he’ll have your little ones in a laughing frenzy!”

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Roman Holiday, 1953

Kingston Moviehouse MONDAYS AT 10.30AM THROUGHOUT THE YEAR FOR AN ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP COST OF ONLY $20, ENJOY CLASSIC FILMS AND A CUPPA IN THE COMPANY OF FELLOW FILM BUFFS. Moviehouse continues this winter, screening on DVD and Blu-Ray to bring you a wider range of films in high quality picture. Sit back in our comfortable theatre and enjoy a cinematic journey from the golden years of the great movie studios. Drawn from many of the great classics, relive the excitement, adventure and romance from a bygone era, with each film personally introduced with summary and trivia details. FILM 16

Purchase a membership, which offers excellent value at one payment of $20 for access to all films. Single session tickets are unavailable for purchase. Don’t miss out – memberships are limited!


WINTER 2017 SCREENING CALENDAR Mon 5 June

Roman Holiday (1953)

Mon 12 June

Sorry, no film screening today

Mon 19 June

Let’s Make it Legal (1952)

118 mins 77 mins

Mon 26 June

Rangler River (1936)

79 mins

Mon 3 July

Raid on Rommel (1971)

94 mins

Mon 10 July

State of the Union (1948)

124 mins

Mon 17 July

Humoresque (1946)

125 mins

Mon 24 July

The Five Pennies (1959)

117 mins

Mon 31 July

Citizen Kane (1944)

119 mins

Mon 7 Aug

Goodbye Mr Chips (1939)

114 mins

Mon 14 Aug

Adam’s Rib (1949)

103 mins

Mon 21 Aug

Dames (1934)

90 mins

Mon 28 Aug

The Tall Men (1955)

122 mins

Kingston Arts Centre 979 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin Memberships: $20 (per person, per calendar year)

For more visit kingstonarts.com.au

JOIN US AT 10AM FOR A CUPPA BEFORE THE START OF THE SHOW AT 10.30AM SHARP. SORRY, NO LATECOMERS ADMITTED INTO THE THEATRE DUE TO SAFETY REASONS SO PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME.

book now: Membership forms and screening calendar online at kingstonarts.com.au or call 9556 4440. Memberships are limited and essential. FILM

WE HAVE EIGHT SPACES DEDICATED TO WHEELCHAIR USERS. PLEASE INFORM STAFF OF YOUR REQUIREMENTS WHEN APPLYING FOR YOUR MEMBERSHIP.

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THEATRE

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By STEPHEN SACHS John Wood and Julie Nihill team up to star in BAKERSFIELD MIST, a sparkling and colourful comedydrama that asks vital questions about what makes art and people truly authentic. Maude (Julie Nihill), an unemployed bartender, has bought a painting for a few bucks from an op shop. Despite almost trashing it, she now thinks it’s a Jackson Pollock worth millions. In fact she’s certain it is. But when world-class art expert, Lionel Percy (John Wood), flies over from New York and arrives at her trailer park home in Bakersfield to authenticate the painting, he really has no idea what he’s about to discover.

Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 June, 8pm Duration: 100 mins

(including interval) + post-show meet and greet

Seating: Allocated Venue:

Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale

tickets:

Full $45 Concession $40 Group 6+ $35 Warning:

Strong language Book now:

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THEATRE

Based on a true story, Bakersfield Mist is a comedy set in the present day.

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MARIA MERCEDES AS MELINA MERCOURI

DEVISED & DIRECTED BY TERENCE O’CONNELL MUSICAL DIRECTION BY ANDREW PATTERSON

In 1967, Greek actor Melina Mercouri appeared on Broadway in Ilya Darling, the musical adapted from her international hit film Never On Sunday. During the show’s run, a military coup took place in her homeland. She instantly expressed her opposition to the ‘Regime Of The Colonels’ and was barred from returning to Greece. Greek Goddess imagines Mercouri’s performance at a rally to raise awareness of her country’s non-democratic government.

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Mercedes and her musicians perform, with passion, traditional Greek songs and themes from Mercouri’s movies including of course, Never On Sunday, interspersed with folk tales, excerpts from her stage roles and stories from her colourful life, accompanied by piano, guitar and bouzouki.

Date/Time:

Tuesday 27 June, 8pm Duration: 80 mins

(no interval)

Seating: Allocated Venue:

Kingston Arts Centre, Black Box Theatre, 979 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin

tickets:

Full $35 Concession $30 Group 6+ $25 Sweet Deal $25 Warning:

Strong language Book now:

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THEATRE

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An urban parable about families, scavengers and cake, The Crow Family tells the story of a woman living in the middle of the city next to a tree that smells of lemons.

Date/Time:

In this tree lives a family of crows, but their home is threatened by developers looking to build inner city apartments where factories and shops used to be.

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One day, the child of the crows falls from the nest. As night falls, the neighbourhood cats move in for the kill. The woman intervenes and her encounter with the crows and their child transforms her life and ultimately transforms her.

Tuesday 1 August, 8pm Duration: 60 mins Seating: Allocated

Kingston Arts Centre, Black Box Theatre, 979 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin

tickets:

Adults $35 Concession $30 Group 6+ $25 Sweet Deal $25

THEATRE

Warning: The Crow Family contains some strong coarse language and some depictions of dysfunctional families. Recommended for ages 10 plus.

Performed by real life family, Maude Davey, David Pidd and their children, Alice (17) and Leo (10), The Crow Family is a gentle, intimate and beautiful music performance event about remarkable creatures and what makes us human.

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The Crow Family is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria

Book now:

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The exotic lives of

Lola Montez

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by Finucane and Smith


“There’s really no adequate way of explaining these spectaculars to those yet to witness one, and those who have won’t forget it in a hurry… seductive, subversive and bursting at the seams with monstrous talent.” – The Age In 1855, the wildest showgirl of the nineteenth century, Lola Montez, toured Australia. The scandal is legend. From award winning creators of the smash-hit national touring legend Caravan Burlesque, the internationally adored Glory Box and the haunting drama The Flood, comes a brand new show decked in couture black lace, a thousand true lies, jaw-dropping dance, multi-award winning storytelling, sultry song and a death scene or three. Starring triple Green Room Best Actress Winner (and direct descendant of Lola herself!) Miss Caroline Lee and Parisian dance siren Holly Durant and directed by the international Queen of Provocative Variety Moira Finucane, The Exotic Lives of Lola Montez is a wildly contemporary dreamscape steeped in Australian history.

Date/Time:

Tuesday 19 September, 8pm Duration: 60 mins +

post-show meet and greet

Seating: Allocated Venue:

Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale

tickets:

Full $35 Concession $30 Group 6+ $25 Sweet Deal $25 Warnings: Mature themes

and haze effects in the show

Book now:

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Created in partnership with Her Majesty’s Ballarat

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“Exquisite …. characterised by high quality writing and acting.” – The Australian

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KINGSTON’S

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SCOTT HARRISON PLAYS THE MIGHTY WURLITZER

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Join Kingston Arts as we celebrate Victorian Seniors Week with the magnificent sounds of Kingston City Hall’s heritage listed Wurlitzer theatre organ before the cast of Lux Radio take to the stage to thrill you with the classic radio show The Mystery of a Hansom Cab.

Date/Time:

Thursday 5 October, 1pm Duration:

120 mins (including interval)


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LUX RADIO SHOW PRESENTS THE MYSTERY OF A HANSOM CAB Venue:

tickets:

Kingston City Hall, 985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin

Full $20 Seniors $15

Seating: General admission

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THEATRE

Proudly supported by City of Kingston and presented as part of the Victorian Seniors Festival 2017.

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BY WILLY RUSSELL

“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 and social identity. The play is not only funny, it is also moving.”

– Financial Times

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Proudly supported by City of Kingston and presented as part of the Victorian Seniors Festival 2017.


Written by the award winning Willy Russell and starring Mandi Lodge (Menopause The Musical and Always...Patsy Cline) Shirley Valentine is a wonderfully entertaining monologue by a 42-year-old Liverpool mother whose self-esteem 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 rediscover herself, follow her dreams and renew her lease on life. With humour, warmth, sympathy, and insight, Willy Russell brilliantly shows Shirley breaking out of the mould in which she was cast by society.

Date/Time:

Tuesday 24 October, 1pm Wednesday 25 October, 8pm Duration: 2 hours 10 mins (including 20 min interval) Seating: Allocated Venue:

Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale

tickets:

Full $35 Concession $30 Group 6+ $25 Seniors $20 Book now:

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MUSIC

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Celebrates The Countdown Years Don’t miss 1970’s Australian rock music legends Dragon when they play Kingston City Hall this July. In their heyday, rock band Dragon were regulars on the hit TV pop show Countdown hosted by Ian “Molly” Meldrum and quickly earned a reputation for their wild, live shows. Performing from their back catalogue of top ten hits including April Sun in Cuba and Are You Old Enough?, this marathon two hour show will also see the band cover Aussie classics such as Summer Love by Sherbet, Bad Boy by Rose Tattoo, Yesterday’s Hero by JPY and Living in the 70s by Skyhooks. Kingston City Hall returns to its 1970’s live rock music roots for this not to be missed show.

Date/Time:

Friday 14 July, 8pm Duration: 2 hours Seating: Cabaret,

general admission

Venue:

Kingston City Hall, 985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin

tickets:

Full $35 Concession $30 Group 6+ $25 Book now:

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Date/Time:

$5 AT THE DOOR

Friday 26 May Friday 23 June Friday 28 July Friday 25 August Friday 22 September Friday 27 October Friday 1 December 8pm til late Venue:

South Side Soul returns for its fifth year at Kingston City Hall. MUSIC 32

Featuring resident DJs Ronan Hamill, Gail, Mick Smith, DJ Heata and Lady Soul plus very special guests each night. Pack those dancing shoes soul lovers, you’re in for a treat!

Kingston City Hall Lounge, 985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin

tickets:

$5 at the door (no BYO) More information:

9556 4440 kingstonarts.com.au


City Hall Lounge NOW AVAILABLE FOR HIRE WITH STRIKING BRASS AND PARQUETRY DESIGN FEATURES, A FULLY STOCKED BAR AND INTIMATE LOUNGE STYLE SEATING, CITY HALL LOUNGE IN THE KINGSTON CITY HALL BRINGS A TOUCH OF RETRO GLAMOUR TO MOORABBIN. Located just a short walk from the train station, this hidden gem designed by leading architects NEST, is perfect for cocktail functions and intimate music gigs.

Or call our Venue Hire Co-ordinator on: 9556 4435

HIRE

For more information on venue hire visit: kingstonarts.com.au/hire

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Bookings can be made in person at the Box Office on the ground floor of the Kingston City Hall or credit card bookings can be made over the phone or through our website. The Box Office opens 60 minutes prior to show times unless otherwise specified.

SWEET DEALS

Any show marked as a ‘Sweet Deal’ is part of Kingston Arts’ Sweet Deal package. Ring our Box Office on 9556 4440 and choose a minimum of three performances to receive discounted pricing.

*BYO PLATTER No hot, aromatic or noisy food. No BYO drinks. BE THE FIRST TO KNOW THE LATEST Subscribe to our e-newsletter by visiting our website kingstonarts.com.au

OPENING TIMES Kingston City Hall Box Office 985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin Mon–Fri, 9am–4.30pm Kingston Arts Centre 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm Sat, 12–5pm Shirley Burke Theatre 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale Wed–Fri, 9am–5pm Sat, 12–5pm

Kingston Arts Centre, City Hall and Shirley Burke Theatre are proud to be affiliated with the Companion Card.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Our venues are equipped with hearing loops and a strictly limited amount of wheelchair accessible seats so please specify your requirements when booking to ensure your needs can be accommodated.

Programs listed in this edition are correct at the time of printing. For further information visit kingstonarts.com.au

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LANGUAGE LINE People of all languages can now contact Kingston’s Language Line:

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Need to fill up your calendar this Winter? Artscape is your guide to a range of theatre, exhibitions, fun for the kids and more.

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