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VISUAL ARTS • FILM • PERFORMANCE • MUSIC • PUBLIC PROGRAMS • KIDS’ PROGRAM

WINTER 2018


A message from the Mayor CELEBRATE COMMUNITY SPIRIT, LOCAL TALENT AND LEARNING WITH KINGSTON ARTS THIS WINTER. Our local community is in the spotlight this coming season at Kingston Arts. Whether you’re a keen mover who has been to many a local dance at Kingston City Hall, an artist who captures the unexpected in our surroundings, a lover of homegrown literary talent, or you’re looking for somewhere local to enjoy experiences with the whole family – there’s something for you. Get actively involved in the arts across a range of mediums. Get your camera out for optiKA (the newly revitalised Lens Mist), put on your dancing shoes for Dance Hall or apply to run a stall or workshop at The Makers Festival. Avid theatregoers and lovers of Australian writing will have a fantastic range of dramatic and comedic works to choose from. The Kingston Arts music program also continues to grow with classical, retrospective and contemporary acts. If you’re looking for a way to keep the kids entertained in the school holidays, it’s never too early to get them into the arts with shows for all ages. Read on for details and don’t forget to book early to avoid missing out! Cr Steve Staikos Mayor, City of Kingston 2


Contents VISUAL ARTS

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Transient Structures

Friday 1 – Saturday 30 June

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NAIDOC

Sunday 8 – Sunday 15 July

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Applications close Friday 31 August

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Dutch Blue

Natural Sensations Exhibition Call Out

Thursday 14 June – Saturday 14 July Thursday 23 Aug – Saturday 22 Sept

F ILM Moviehouse

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Friday 1 June

Jurassica

Friday 14 September

Hell Ship

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In The Mens

Dance Hall

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Various

PERFORMANCE Hotel Sorrento

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Thursday 7 & Friday 8 June

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Thursday 20 & Friday 21 September 18 Tuesday 2 October

MUSIC

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Dance Around the World

Sunday 7 October

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Melba Quartet

Friday 12 October

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Southside Soul

Various

PUBLIC PROGRAMS optiKA The Makers Festival

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26 Entries open Tuesday 1 May Applications open 4 June Applications close 30 July

KIDS’ PROGRAM

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The Gizmo

Saturday 23 June

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Splash Test Dummies

Monday 9 & Tuesday 10 July

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Super Amazing Giant Girl Macdeth

Wednesday 4 & Thursday 5 July Thursday 4 & Friday 5 October

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WHAT’S ON

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BOOK NOW

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Find Kingston Arts online

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kingstonarts.com.au • Bookings: 9556 4440 Front cover image: Christina Darras, Homesick, acrylic and and oil on canvas, 100cm x 100cm, 2017.

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Candice McGaw, Muscle repair I & II, oil on board, max 18cm x 22cm, 2017.

Transient Structures

BY CANDICE MCGAW Presented by Kingston Arts Grant recipient Candice McGaw, Transient Structures expands on work made during an artist residency at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (ARMI) in Clayton.

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The body of work explores how biological, aesthetic and big-picture questions of regenerative medicine can be translated in art. Why do zebrafish have the ability to regenerate a third of their body, whereas humans have minimal regenerative capacity? With special thanks to scientist and mentor, Danni Ratnayake, ARMI.

Opening:

Friday 1 June, 6pm–8pm Exhibition:

Saturday 2 June – Saturday 30 June Venue:

G1 + G2 Kingston Arts Centre 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin tickets:

Admission free This exhibition is supported by ARMI and the City of Kingston.


Christina Darras, The sound of the sea, aquarelle on cotton paper, 70cm x 100cm, 2017.

Dutch Blue

BY CHRISTINA DARRAS Dutch Blue is a body of work comprising paintings and aquarelles, created in a single colour: Ultramarine Blue. Ultramarine Blue, also known as ‘Dutch Blue’ or ‘Delphi Blue’, is a pigment that creates a colour with limitless qualities. It can be transparent and light, but it can also be compact and opaque. It can be cold when mixed with white, and yet is a warm colour when pure and dense.

Thursday 14 June, 6pm–8pm Exhibition:

Friday 15 June – Saturday 14 July Venue:

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

Admission free VISUAL ARTS

Darras chose to work with Ultramarine Blue because it is a reminder of her Mediterranean home and a colour that represents melancholia as a fertile ground for exploration.

Opening:

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NAIDOC 2018

Tarnuk Biik – Coolamon Earth, Baluk Arts. 2017.

NAIDOC 2018 NAIDOC Week 2018 will be held nationally from Sunday 8 July through to Sunday 15 July.

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This year’s theme Because of her, we can! celebrates the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made, and continue to make, to our communities, our families and our rich history.

As leaders, trailblazers, politicians and activists, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have fought for justice, access to education and employment, and their rights to culture, language, music and art. Their work continues to pave the way for future generations.


Official 2018 NAIDOC Week logo and banner

We acknowledge the First People of this land, the peoples of the Kulin Nation, and pay our respects to Elders and Families past and present. For information about how to participate in NAIDOC Week 2018, please visit www.naidoc.org.au

Kingston Arts supports NAIDOC Week and its role in shaping ongoing dialogues.

Date:

Sunday 8 July – Sunday 15 July

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Held annually, NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and is celebrated by communities from all walks of life.

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Colin Heymann, Afternoon light on the Tamar, acrylic paint on canvas, 300cm x 300cm, 2018

Natural Sensations

BY THE GRANARY LANE ARTISTS The Granary Lane Artists are a like-minded collective of artists including Kathie Mathes, Colin Heymann, Steve Jarrold, Sue Blackburn, Alan Jenkins, Daryl Flynn, Rick Graham, Judy Thompson, Vicki Jans, Penny Cowie, Michael Hogarth-Scott and Valerie Conbon. Natural Selections at G3 Artspace marks their fourth successful group exhibition. VISUAL ARTS 8

Distinct in style, the artists’ mediums range from watercolours to acrylics and oils, with a great deal of skill and experience in each practitioner’s work.

Opening:

Thursday 23 August, 6pm–8pm Exhibition:

Friday 24 August – Saturday 22 September Venue:

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

Admission free


THE VAULT

EXHIBITION

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CALL OU T KINGSTON ARTS

THE BRIDGE

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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

Superhero, Kingston Arts in collaboration with Vipoo Srivilasa, 2017.

Call Out for exhibitions at Kingston Arts in 2019! For more information please contact our Visual Arts Coordinator Ph: 9556 4448 arts@kingston.vic.gov.au

KINGSTONARTS.COM.AU

KINGSTONARTSAU

Kingston Arts is currently seeking applications for both solo and group art exhibitions in 2019! We aim to provide a dynamic program of visual arts by local, emerging and established artists to explore contemporary art in a supportive environment. Eligible artistic practices include painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, installation, video, performance and sound. ABOUT OUR GALLERIES:

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

kingstonarts.com.au/ exhibitions applications close:

31 August 2018 Venues:

G3 Artspace Shirley Burke Theatre 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale G1 + G2 Kingston Arts Centre 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin

VISUAL ARTS

G3 Artspace prioritises solo and small group exhibitions.

For more information and to apply please visit:

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Mame, 1974

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 over winter, screening on DVD and Blu-Ray to bring you an even wider range of films in high definition. Sit back in our comfortable theatre and enjoy a cinematic journey from the golden years of the great movie studios. Featuring many of the great classics, relive the excitement, adventure and romance of a bygone era. Each film is introduced with a summary and trivia details.

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Purchase an annual moviehouse membership for just $20 and enjoy access to every film screening throughout the year. Single session tickets are unavailable for purchase. Don’t miss out – memberships are great value and strictly limited.


WINTER 2018 SCREENING CALENDAR Mon 4 Jun

The Time Machine (1960)

103 mins

Mon 11 Jun

NO FILM TODAY (Queen’s Birthday)

Mon 18 Jun

Mrs Miniver (1942)

134 mins

Mon 25 Jun

The Miniver Story (1950)

104 mins

Mon 2 Jul

Mame (1974)

132 mins

Mon 9 Jul

To Sir With Love (1967)

105 mins

Mon 16 Jul

The Women (1939)

133 mins

Mon 23 Jul

The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946)

116 mins

Mon 30 Jul

The Corn is Green (1945)

115 mins

Mon 6 Aug

The Caine Mutiny (1954)

124 mins

Mon 13 Aug

The Quiet Man (1952)

129 mins

Mon 20 Aug

Random Harvest (1942)

124 mins

Mon 27 Aug

Madame Curie (1943)

124 mins

Kingston Arts Centre 979 Nepean Highway, 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. PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME.

book now: Membership forms and the screening calendar are available online at kingstonarts.com.au or call our friendly Box Office team on 9556 4440.

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

FILM

Memberships are limited and essential.

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In the Mens BY KIERAN CARROLL

After numerous festival appearances in America and England, awardwinning Melbourne playwright Kieran Carroll (Sons of Sun, The Giraffe’s Uncle) brings his pocket comedy/drama series IN THE MENS back to home turf. A jockey addicted to cheesecake. An ambitious stockbroker falling asleep on the Geelong Road in the name of a sea change. A barber still caught in white 1950s Australia receiving an exasperating shake-up.

Date/Time:

Friday 1 June, 8pm

Duration: 90 mins Seating: General Admission Venue:

Kingston Arts Centre 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin

tickets: One price $25 Book now:

9556 4440 kingstonarts.com.au

A stressed bank trainee breaking up with his fiancée over tongue-kisses and pork chops.

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“It will lead you down the road of excess to the palace of hilarity.” - Cameron Woodhead, The Age


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H OTEL S ORRENTO BY HANNIE RAYSON

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“THIS IS A REAL AUSTRALIAN FAMILY IN A REAL AUSTRALIAN SETTING, A GENTLE PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER THAT NO AUSTRALIAN SHOULD MISS” Adelaide Theatre Guide


The awa rd - w inning pl ay by A us t r a l i a n pl ay w right H a nnie R ayson that inspired the f il m of the sa me n a me . the s tory of three

DATE/TIME:

sis t ers w ho gre w up in the se aside tow n of S orren to .

120 mins (including interval)

Thursday 7 June, 8pm Friday 8 June, 1pm

DURATION:

Hilary still lives in the family home in Sorrento with her father and 16-year-old son.

SEATING:

Pippa, a businesswoman, is visiting from New York and Meg, a successful writer, returns from England.

VENUE:

When these three sisters are reunited after 10 years apart, they again feel the constraints of family life.

TICKETS:

A semi-autobiographical book written by middle sister Meg triggers familial tensions, and drama ensues. A play about the importance of blood ties and collective memory, true or false.

Allocated Shirley Burke Theatre 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale

EVENING PERFORMANCES

Full $45 Concession $40 Group 4+ $35

MATINEE PERFORMANCES

Full $40 Concession $35 Group 4+ $30

BOOK NOW:

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Jurassica

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BY DAN GIOVANNONI DIRECTED BY BRIDGET BALODIS CAST INCLUDES JOE PETRUZZI, OLGA MAKEEVA AND CAROLINE LEE Jurassica is a story about family, growing old and spending your life searching for home. Ralph and Sara migrated from Italy in the 1950s to their concrete-frontyard house in suburban Moorabbin. Their son, Ichlis, never really forgave them for his misunderstood name, and grandson Luca is struggling to talk to his father and grandfather. Then one night Ralph is rushed to hospital and, through an unlikely connection with Kaja, an interpreter, Luca learns to reconnect. This critically acclaimed new play, spoken in English and Italian, is a story of migration, intergenerational communication, and dinosaurs (but not the prehistoric kind).

Date/Time:

Friday 14 September, 11am & 8pm Duration: 120 mins (including 20 min interval) + Post Show Q&A Seating: Allocated Venue:

Kingston Arts Centre 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin tickets:

Full $45 Concession $40 Group 6+ $35 Students $25 Book now:

9556 4440 kingstonarts.com.au

– The Age

PERFORMANCE

“Jurassica has been patiently crafted, like Nonna’s perfect slowcooked pork”

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PRODUCED BY FINUCANE & SMITH

Dance Hall is a wild dance spectacular and a cabaret to die for, starring the whole community! World-famous for their intoxicating cabaret and variety shows, Finucane & Smith boogie back to Kingston with Dance Hall! And this time local stars will share the limelight (see box below)! It’s the cabaret of the year, an unmissable night out, shining a glittering spotlight on local talent, alongside world-famous exhibitions of dance and song from around the globe. Join us under the lanterns and bunting as we sweep you away into line dances, Ethiopian shimmy, go-go, disco, Bollywood and some classic ABBA. Come early (6pm) and learn some Bollywood moves to join in the finale!

PERFORMANCE

Calling all community dancers and non-dancers aged 5 to 95. We want you to perform in Dance Hall in any style. Register your interest by emailing arts@kingston.vic.gov.au and we will send you further information on what’s involved. Free entry for all participants!

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“Ticonderoga limped through the heads into Port Phillip. Her horrific voyage at an end, she appeared as a ghost ship.” In 1852, the emigrant ship Ticonderoga limped into Port Phillip Bay after a nightmare voyage from England, during which nearly 200 of her passengers died of typhus. Her saga of tragedy, loss and heroism gripped the people of the young nation like nothing before. This, however, is just the beginning of the story. Michael Veitch takes us on a thrilling voyage through one of Victoria’s most horrific maritime events.

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WRITTEN AND PERFORMED BY MICHAEL VEITCH


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Dance world AROUND THE

INCLUDING RIVERDANCE, O’MIO BABBINO CARO AND SWAN LAKE

BY SOUTHERN AREA CONCERT BAND Let yourself be taken on a musical journey throughout different cultures as the Southern Area Concert Band presents Dance around the World: an all-encompassing showcase of storytelling, song and dance.

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Under the musical direction of young conductor Nicole Marshall, this awardwinning ensemble will join forces with some of Melbourne’s finest dancers.

Date/Time:

Sunday 7 October, 2pm Duration:

150 mins including interval

Seating: General Admission Venue: Kingston City Hall

985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin

tickets:

Full $25 Concession $20 Book now:

9556 4440 kingstonarts.com.au


985 Nepean Hwy Moorabbin 2 n d F l o o r L o u n g e B a r

FRIDAYS at 8pm 18 MAY 29 JUNE 27 JULY 31 AUG 21 SEPT 26 OCT 30 NOV

DJ’s Playing 100% VINYL

R&B FUNK SOUL MOTOWN Tickets at the door

$5

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Melba

Quartet

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ARTISTIC DIRECTOR WILLIAM HENNESSY QUARTET MEMBERS: WILIAM HENNESSY - VIOLIN ELINOR LEA - VIOLIN KEITH CRELLIN - VIOLA JANIS LAURS - CELLO


Melba Quartet is one of Australia’s most lauded chamber ensembles, made up of the musicians who worked together as the Australian String Quartet until 1996. It has been established as an important national and international ensemble. The Melba Quartet will perform Ludwig van Beethoven’s String Quartet No 13 Op 130 (with Grosse Fuge).

Date/Time:

Friday 12 October, 2pm Duration: 60 mins Seating: Allocated Venue:

Kingston Arts Centre 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin

tickets:

Book now:

9556 4440 kingstonarts.com.au

MUSIC

Full $30 Seniors $25

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FORMERLY KNOWN AS LENS MIST, THIS REINVIGORATED AWARD ENCOURAGES BOLD AND DIVERSE PARTICIPATION THROUGH NEW AWARD CATEGORIES AND A DYNAMIC THEME. In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, the award is evolving with its audience and participants and, for the first time, features a video entry category. OptiKA 2019 invites photographers and video-makers to respond to the multilayered theme Architecture, space and home, with images set in Kingston.


Hugo Harvey, From a New Angle, Digital Photograph, 2017

People’s Choice Award $1000 sponsored by DFO Moorabbin Portrait Award $1000 sponsored by the City of Kingston Video Award $500 sponsored by the City of Kingston

ENTRIES OPEN: Tuesday 1 May 2018 FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: kingstonarts.com.au

PUBLIC PROGRAMS

PRIZES: Best Photograph Award $4000 sponsored by DFO Moorabbin

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This is one of my favourite markets of the year. I LOVE being a part of it! – 2017 STALLHOLDER

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BIGGER AND BRAVER THAN PREVIOUS YEARS, THE MAKERS FESTIVAL WILL SHOWCASE MORE THAN 100 STALLS BY HIGH-QUALITY MAKERS, PLUS GOURMET FOOD, LIVE MUSIC, ROAMING PERFORMERS, GALLERY EXHIBITIONS, CREATIVE WORKSHOPS AND INTERACTIVE ARTS EVENTS.

DATE/TIME: Sunday 2 December, 2pm–7pm

To view the full calendar of Festival activities visit kingstonarts.com.au to plan your visit.

TICKETS: Gold coin entry

VENUE: Kingston City Hall carpark 985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin


Image by Shuttermain, 2017. Featuring ceramics by Stefanie Robinson.

MAKERS, CREATORS, ARTISTS & DESIGNERS – WE WANT YOU! WE ARE SEEKING APPLICATIONS FOR THE MAKERS FESTIVAL FROM STALLHOLDERS WHO CREATE ORIGINAL HANDMADE PRODUCTS.

APPLICATIONS OPEN: Monday 4 June 2018

WORKSHOP LEADERS – CALLING FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST! We are seeking expressions of interest from experienced workshop leaders who create original handmade products using recycled products. Please contact themakersfestival@kingston.vic.gov.au before 30 July 2018.

PUBLIC PROGRAMS

TO APPLY OR FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT: kingstonarts.com.au

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WRITTEN BY VERITY LAUGHTON ADAPTED FROM THE NOVEL BY PAUL JENNINGS PUBLISHED BY PENGUIN AUSTRALIA

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The whirling, twirling illuminating Gizmo keeps on putting Stephen in extraordinary situations!

Date/Time:

This fun theatrical adventure, adapted by Verity Laughton, is based on the well-known novel by Australian writer Paul Jennings. The energy-packed performance includes great music and sound, gadgets, physical storytelling and visual effects. This show is a must-see for family and school audiences.

Venue:

Saturday 23 June, 11am & 1pm Duration: 50 mins Seating: Allocated

Kingston Arts Centre 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin

tickets:

One price $15 Suitability: Ages 6+ Book now:

9556 4440 kingstonarts.com.au


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“…The Gizmo is laugh-a-minute fun but with a message.” – The Daily Advertiser

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Super Amazing Giant

Super Amazing Giant Girl is looking for somewhere to live. Spirited, adventurous and 50ft tall, she embarks on a journey to the “big” city where she is sure she will fit in… Action-packed and interactive, this theatre show for kids combines thrilling circus, absurd comedy and ingenious physical theatre. Featuring hula-hoops, roller-skates, bananas, really awesome dancing and a surprise guest star! Date/Time:

Wednesday 4 July, 2pm Workshop: Wednesday 4 July, 3:30pm Thursday 5 July, 10am Thursday 5 July, 1pm Duration: 45 mins Seating: General Admission Venue:

Kingston City Hall 985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin

tickets:

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One price $18 Group 4+ $15 Workshop $5 suitability: Ages 4+ Book now:

9556 4440 kingstonarts.com.au

Girl By Anna Lumb


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Rub-a-dub-dub, The Dummies are back with splish-splashing circus antics set to drown you in tears of laughter.

Splash Test Dummies are here, ready to roll out their beach towels and spring into an hour of hilarity for the whole family.

From the makers of hit show Trash Test Dummies comes a new production of oceanic proportions!

Join the Dummies and come diving from bathtubs to beaches in this new aquatic adventure!


BY

Skills you’d see during shows by Cirque du Soleil or Circus Oz ...it’s like nothing I’ve previously seen.” Herald Sun Date/Time: Monday 9 July, 1pm & Tuesday 10 July, 1pm Seating: Allocated

Venue: Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale tickets: One price $18 • Group 4+ $15 suitability: Ages 5+

Book now: 9556 4440 • kingstonarts.com.au

KIDS’ PROGRAM

Duration: 60 mins

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A funny, fake-bloody tale of greed and power, with witches, cat dissections, smoke, sword fights, murder, more murder, live music, farting and fun! This side-splitting tale combines Shakespeare’s rich language with everyday English. It pulls no punches, leaving in all the murder and foul play, all the

injustice and cruelty, all the horror of one man’s ambition gone horribly wrong … but in a fun way. This is Shakespeare unplugged and re-wired, performed with stupidity and skill! Macdeth is the perfect show for audiences who love classics with a twist.


BY JAMES PRATT, COMPANY 13 Date/Time:

Thursday 4 October, 7.30pm Friday 5 October, 11am Seating: Allocated Venue: Shirley Burke Theatre, 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale tickets: One Price $18 • Group 4+ $15 Suitability: Ages 8+ Book now: 9556 4440 • kingstonarts.com.au

KIDS’ PROGRAM

Duration: 60 mins + post-show selfies!

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What’s on SPRING AWAKENING

presented by MLOC Productions Musical directed by Malcom Huddle. Date/Time: 25 May – 2 June, 2018 Venue: Shirley Burke Theatre

64 Parkers Road, Parkdale Bookings: 9551 7514

SEASON’S GREETINGS

presented by Mordialloc Theatre Company A comedy by Akab Ayckbourn. Date/Time: 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30 June & 1, 5, 6, 7 July Venue: Shirley Burke Theatre 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale Bookings: 9551 7514

EISTEDDFOD BY THE BAY 2018 Series Tickets are not presold.

Speech and Drama: 18 & 27 May,

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2 & 3 June Shirley Burke Theatre/ Kingston Arts Centre Choral Festival: 6 June Kingston City Hall Junior Vocal: 5, 10 & 12 August Kingston Arts Centre Senior Vocal: 25, 26 & 29 August Kingston Arts Centre Pianoforte: 8, 9 & 15 September Kingston Arts Centre

PACK OF LIES

presented by Mordialloc Theatre Company An English drama by Hugh Whitemore. Date/Time: 31 August & 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15 September Venue: Shirley Burke Theatre 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale Bookings: 9551 7514

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST presented by Aspect Theatre Company Based on the smash hit 1991 Disney movie, a classic tale of love and friendship.

Date/Time: 20, 21, 22, 26, 27 & 28 July Venue: Shirley Burke Theatre

64 Parkers Road, Parkdale

Bookings: 9551 7514

SUBURBAN SANDCASTLES Suburban Sandcastles presents a series of thought-provoking films with nourishing food, drink and exhibitors. Date/Time: 19 June, 25 July & 22 August, 5.45pm Venue: Shirley Burke Theatre 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale Bookings: 9551 7514


Book now

kingstonarts.com.au 9556 4440 arts@kingston.vic.gov.au

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OPENING TIMES Kingston City Hall Box Office 985 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin Mon–Fri, 9am–4.30pm Kingston Arts Centre G1 & G2 979 Nepean Highway, Moorabbin Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm Sat, 12pm–5pm Shirley Burke Theatre G3 Artspace 64 Parkers Road, Parkdale Wed–Fri, 9am–5pm Sat, 12pm–5pm

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

Kingston Arts Centre, City Hall and Shirley Burke Theatre are proud to be affiliated with the Companion Card. Programs listed in this edition are correct at the time of printing. For further information visit kingstonarts.com.au

City of Kingston acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land in which we work, the people of the Kulin nation, and pays our respects to their Elders past, present and future.

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

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 on our website. The Box Office opens 60 minutes prior to show times unless otherwise specified.

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