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Spotlight Event Guide July - August 2011

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ROCKHAMPTON VENUES AND EVENTS


Welcome Welcome to Spotlight, the newsletter of Rockhampton Venues and Events. Inside, you’ll find a variety of events at the Pilbeam Theatre, Rockhampton Showgrounds and other venues. Tickets for events listed here are on sale through the Pilbeam Theare Box Office, Dial’n’ Charge on 4927 4111 or on line at www.pilbeamtheatre.com.au For showgrounds events contact the organizations listed with the event. Spotlight is also available online.

FRIENDS OF THE THEATRE If you enjoy the theatre, why not become a Friend of the Theatre? Friends of the Theatre, whether they volunteer to work or are ‘supporting’ Friends, receive discounts to many of the shows listed in SPOTLIGHT. Friends also receive this newsletter mailed direct to them. For ‘working’ Friends, unlimited seats are available in exchange for Performance Work Vouchers on events in Spotlight bearing the above symbol. For other events, voucher seats are limited to a total of six seats per performance. Further details as well as membership forms are available from the Box Office.

GENERAL INFORMATION Theatre programs start promptly at the advertised start time and latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance. Smoking is not allowed in any part of the Pilbeam Theatre or other Council venues. The use of cameras and recording devices during performances is illegal and penalties for infringement of copyright in this way are severe. Please ensure all mobile phones are switched off before entering the auditorium.

TICKETING ABBREVIATIONS A = Adult

S = Student

U = Unemployed

Y = Youth

FoT = Friend of Theatre

P = Pensioner

J = Junior *

G10 = Group of 10 or more

SC = Senior’s Card

CSC – Commonwealth Senior Card C = Concession F = Family (2 adults & 2 children unless otherwise stated) *Preschool & school age, 3yrs & over. May have additional age restrictions Please check with the Box Office to ensure you are eligible for a particular price category.

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July

Queensland Symphony Orchestra Healing Harmonies Flood Relief Concert Healing Harmonies Flood Relief Concert is a program of beautiful and soothing music to calm the senses and stir the emotions. Uplifting songs with internationally renowned baritone David Wakeham, best loved extracts from great masterpieces by Mendelsshon, Beethoven, De Falla and Offenbach plus Massenet Thais Meditation. Net proceeds from this concert will be donated to The Premier’s Disaster Relief Fund.

PILBEAM THEATRE FRIDAY 1 JULY AT 7PM A $45, C $39, G 8+ A $35, J $9.50, F (2A & 2 J) $90, RACQ MEMBERS $40.

Buy tickets 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at www.venuesandevents.com.au. Twilight Movie: A Bug’s Life An inventive ant named Flik hires what he thinks are warrior bugs to defend his colony from a horde of grasshoppers. But Flik’s ‘warriors’ turn out to be circus performers, and the stage is set for some comic confusion! Refreshments on sale. A Rockhampton Regional Council event. Rated G.

BIG DAM, MOUNT MORGAN FRIDAY 1 JULY AT 7PM FREE ADMISSION

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Skating Join in the fun of skating at the Rockhampton Showgrounds. Fully supervised but children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Entry through Gate 6, Lion Creek Road.

EXHIBITION PAVILION, ROCKHAMPTON SHOWGROUNDS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT $6 PER SKATER. SKATE HIRE $2 INLINE, $1 QUAD

CQ Dancers Company This performance will be the culmination of the CQ Dancers Company Winter Workshop Series being held during June for dance students in the region. It is a performance of several short works - some specially choreographed for the students, and other works from well known ballets or shows - prepared by the faculty for those students who have attended the course. Entry is by gold coin donation.

WALTER REID CULTURAL CENTRE FRIDAY 1 JULY AT 6.30PM TICKETS AT THE DOOR

Leo Sayer Just as in demand now as ever, Leo Sayer will celebrate 40 years in the music business with an Australian tour, performing in Rockhampton in July. He will bring back some songs from the early albums that have not been in his live set for many years, and, of course, he will perform the pop classics that to this day are still heard on radio around the world.

PILBEAM THEATRE SATURDAY 2 JULY AT 8PM A $49, P $45, S $40, J (3 TO 12) $24, G10+ A $45

NAIDOC Ball The annual NAIDOC Ball will be held at the Robert Schwarten Pavilion at the Rockhampton Showgrounds.

ROBERT SCHWARTEN PAVILION SATURDAY 2 JULY FROM 6PM ALL TICKETS $37

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Ben 10 – Time Machine Something BIG is coming to Rockhampton! Cartoon Network’s BEN 10 LIVE: Time Machine is coming to the Pilbeam Theatre in the July School Holidays. Everyone’s favourite boy-hero, Ben Tennyson, and his alien superheroes will come to life in BEN 10 LIVE: Time Machine, a new costume show filled with action, stunts and special effects. For the first time, Cartoon Network’s three hit animated TV series are all featured in one live theatre event for the whole family.

PILBEAM THEATRE WEDNESDAY 6 JULY AT 10AM AND 12.30PM ALL TICKETS $26.90

Buy tickets 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at www.seeitlive.com.au. Twilight Movie: Toy Story 3 The toys are mistakenly delivered to a day-care center instead of the attic right before Andy leaves for college, and it’s up to Woody to convince the other toys that they weren’t abandoned and to return home. Refreshments on sale. A Rockhampton Regional Council event. Rated G.

MAIN BEACH, YEPPOON FRIDAY 8 JULY AT 7PM FREE ADMISSION

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Arthur Rockhampton Little Theatre’s Arthur is a light hearted musical comedy, is based on the legend with the Knights. With appearances by Queen Guinevere who is a real shrew, the magician Merlin who has had a sex change and Arthur’s mother who is not as discreet as a royal person should be, it traces the story from the time Arthur accidentally took the sword out of the stone until the final battle with Mordred. Historical inconsistencies are replete. Arthur is written and directed by local playwright and RLT life member, Bob Galley.

WALTER REID CULTURAL CENTRE EVENING PERFORMANCES: FRIDAY 8 & SATURDAY 9 JULY AT 7.30PM FRIDAY 15 & SATURDAY 16 JULY AT 7.30PM MATINEE PERFORMANCE: SUNDAY 10 JULY AT 2.00PM A $22, P/S/U $18, J $12, S $18, Y(13-21) $18 BAR OPERATING FROM 7PM FOR EVENING PERFORMANCES.

Breast Wishes Breast Wishes is an uplifting new Australian musical about life, love, family and silicon. Meet four women: sisters, mothers, daughters, cousins. Add a fumbling boyfriend, a well meaning husband and a bra-fitter who’s seen it all and you will be taken on a witty and heart-warming journey through laughter to triumph. With its show stopping numbers and dazzling cast Breast Wishes is a sophisticated and hilarious glimpse of cleavage and beyond which promises to make your heart sing! Contains occasional coarse language and adult themes. Presented by Rockhampton Regional Council. Part of the 2011 See It Live Theatre Season.

PILBEAM THEATRE FRIDAY 8 JULY AT 7.30PM SATURDAY 9 JULY AT 7.30PM A $45, P $40, CSC $40, Y $40, J $32, F $135, G10+A$42, AFOT $42, PFOT $39.

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Talisman Sabre Open Day Have a close up look at Exercise Talisman Sabre 2011 at this special public open day. The exercise involves 30, 000 US and Australian personnel and is being conducted in the region in July. At the open day, the public is invited to enjoy US and Australian military bands, have a look at some impressive military hardware and even chat to defence force personnel.

CREMORNE AREA ROCKHAMPTON SHOWGROUNDS SATURDAY 9 JULY 1 TO 4PM

GIVE THE GIFT OF LIVE THEATRE If you’re stuck for an idea for a gift, then why not try a Pilbeam Theatre Gift Voucher? You can buy gift vouchers for any amount and they are redeemable for tickets to events which are on sale through the Pilbeam Theatre Box Office (provided tickets are available). Contact the Box Office on 4927 4111 for more details.

Busby Marou Celebrating the launch of their self titled debut album, Rockhampton’s favourite sons Busby Marou will perform at the Pilbeam Theatre in July on their Biding My Time tour. Sometimes things just make sense. The quality of the songs, the bill and the human beings involved in Busby Marou make this a tour not to be missed. Tom Busby’s cheeky on stage presence and Jerermy Marou’s freakish musical ability on all instruments combines on stage to deliver a distinctly Australian way of sharing stories. Their unique Australian song writing flavour with cracking harmonies, breathtaking musicianship and a natural feel for each others guitars will leave you wanting more. Special guests Avalanche City and Halfway.

PILBEAM THEATRE SUNDAY 10 JULY AT 5.30PM A $20, $25 AT THE DOOR ON THE NIGHT.

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Echoes of Edinburgh

Lovers of Scottish traditional music and culture won’t want to miss Echoes of Edinburgh when it is performed at the Pilbeam Theatre in July. The 90 minute show features the highly acclaimed Queensland Police Pipes and Drums Band, the talented Scotia Highland Dancers and the man described as “Australia’s favourite Scot” Billy Raymond. The ‘bonnie lassies’ of the Scotia Highland Dancers are sure to delight audiences with toe tapping music accompanying their intricate traditional dance steps, while the Queensland Police Pipes and Drums Band’s renditions of Amazing Grace, Highland Cathedral and Hector’s Farewell are sure to be crowd pleasers. Billy Raymond will keep audiences entertained with songs from the old country. Presented by Rockhampton Regional Council.

PILBEAM THEATRE TUESDAY 12 JULY AT 10AM A $17, P/CSC $15, G10+ A $15.50, G10+ P $13.50, AFOT $16, PFOT$14

Rocky Flix

Incendies (Canadian, French and Arabic) is a powerful gripping film which was a Best Foreign Language Film nomination at 2011 Oscars. After their mother’s death, twins Jeanne & Simon venture into the Middle East to dig into a family history. In their ancestral homeland they piece together the story of the woman who brought them into the world, discovering a tragic fate forever marked by war and hatred as well as the courage of an exceptional woman. Rated M. 130mins

WALTER REID CULTURAL CENTRE THURSDAY 14 JULY AT 6.30PM A $12, MEMBERS / CONCESSION $10 TICKETS AT THE DOOR

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Rainbow’s End Starring: Christine Anu, Lillian Crombie, Chenoa Deemal Three generations of Koori women, Nan Dear, her feisty daughter Gladys and clever, teenager Dolly, live on the edge of a country town in a shack on the flood prone riverbank. For Nan, even life on ‘the flats’ represents progress of a kind, but Gladys has bigger ambitions for a real house and a real job for Dolly. When Gladys takes on buying the Encyclopedia Britannica from city salesman Errol Fisher to improve Dolly’s chances, their lives take an unexpected and challenging turn. Set against the Queen’s visit in 1954 with music that evokes the period, this tender, funny, play celebrates the transformative power of learning and the fierce optimism of the women as they struggle for community acceptance in conservative, Menzies era Australia. Rainbow’s End is a genuine ‘feel good’ night in the theatre. Written with gentle irony and humorous affection by Jane Harrison, the writer of the award winning play Stolen and flawlessly directed by multi award winner and former Rockhampton resident, Craig Ilott. Presented by Rockhampton Regional Council. Part of the 2011 See It Live Theatre Season.

PILBEAM THEATRE SATURDAY 16 JULY AT 7.30PM A $45, P $40, Y $40, J $32, F $135, G10+A$42, AFOT $42, PFOT $39

Hollywood Classics: Dead Poets Society English professor John Keating inspires his students to a love of poetry and to seize the day. Includes free morning tea sponsored by Woolworths from 10am. Film Screens at 10.30am

WALTER REID CULTURAL CENTRE TUESDAY 19 JULY AT 10.30AM ALL TICKETS $5

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The Hot Mikado East meets West head-on in an hilarious 1940’s-style updating of the perennial Gilbert and Sullivan classic. Join an heir on the lam, a reluctant executioner and a woman loved by two men in an all-singing, all-dancing colourful show that is certain to provide the ideal evening out for the whole family. Performed by Emmaus College.

PILBEAM THEATRE FRIDAY 22 JULY AT 7PM SATURDAY 23 JULY AT 7PM SUNDAY 24 JULY AT 2PM A $25, P/S/J/SC $15.

Camerata of St John’s Camerata of St John’s charmed audiences last year in their debut visit to the region with their passionate and exciting performances. They are sure to do so again this year in their concert titled Snapshots - a stunning concert of short, sweet and catchy string works including music of Vivaldi, Mozart and Handel, upbeat Greek dances by Skalkottas and contemporary classics by Barber and Davidson. As a rousing finale, Camerata will combine forces with Rockhampton’s very own CQ STRINGS in Kilar’s thrilling Orawa.

PILBEAM THEATRE TUESDAY 26 JULY AT 7.30PM A $30, P $26, CSC $26, S $23, J $18, F $85, G10+ A $27, STUDENT GROUP 10+ $15

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July/August

Rocky Swap The Annual Rocky Swap will once again swamp the Showgrounds with more than 950 sites with something for everyone! Car parking available in the Rocky High School oval and Victoria Park.

SATURDAY 6 AUGUST. GATES OPEN 7AM A $5

Fame A group of vibrant energetic young people gather to audition to study at New York’s High School of Performing Arts. It takes a lot more than dreams to succeed at ‘PA’. Students acknowledge that it takes ‘Hard Work’. Students dream of seeing their names in lights ‘There She Goes / Fame’. Other well known songs in Fame Are ‘The Teacher’s Argument’, Dancing on the Sidewalk’, ‘ These Are My Children’ and ‘Bring on Tomorrow’. Over 80 students from the Rockhampton Grammar School will take to the stage in Fame.

PILBEAM THEATRE FRIDAY 5 AUGUST AT 7.30PM SATURDAY 6 AUGUST AT 7.30PM SUNDAY 7 AUGUST AT 2PM A $24, P/SC $20, S $19, J $18, F $76.

Rocky Flix: Brighton Rock

A stylish and razor-sharp film adaptation of Graham Greene’s 1938 novel, starring Helen Mirren, John Hurt and rising stars Sam Riley (Control & On the Road) and Andrea Risemorough (Made in Dagenham & Never Let me Go). Set in Brighton in 1964, organised crime has moved into this sleepy English seaside town. Rivalry between the gangs follows with the ensuing killing, suspicions, seductions and betrayals. Set in times before the abolition of the death penalty. Rated M. 111 mins.

WALTER REID CULTURAL CENTRE WEDNESDAY 10 AUGUST AT 6.30PM A $12, MEMBERS / CONCESSION $10 TICKETS AT THE DOOR

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La traviata No matter how Violetta Valery feels inside, when the music plays and the admirer pays, she must perform. So when she finds herself falling in love, her very livelihood is threatened. Can the beautiful songbird escape her gilded cage? Can she leave her past behind? La traviata epitomises what the world loves about Italian opera: it is an enthralling story, full of fascinating characters who sing devastatingly romantic music. Sung in English. Performed with chamber orchestra. Presented by Rockhampton Regional Council. Part of the 2011 See It Live Theatre Season.

PILBEAM THEATRE THURSDAY 11 AUGUST AT 7.30 PM A $48, P $43, Y $43, J $35, F $145, G10+ A $44, AFOT $44, PFOT $41

Get Back – The Lennon McCartney Songbook Three of Australia’s top cabaret performers are joining forces to take you on a Magical Mystery Tour through a collection of the finest pop songs ever written. There’s something for everyone in The Great Liverpudlian Songbook – and this multi-award winning cabaret trio serve it up it with their trademark offbeat humour and a healthy dose of the hottest three-part harmonies on the planet! Presented by Rockhampton Regional Council.

PILBEAM THEATRE FRIDAY 12 AUGUST AT 7.30PM A $39, P $35, CSC $35, S $35, J $27.50, F $120, G10+ A $36 EACH, AFOT $36, PFOT $32

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ACO2: Bach & Schubert Guest Director and Lead Violin Thomas Gould. Since graduating from the Royal Academy of Music in 2006, young British violinist Thomas Gould has been showered with glowing and enthusiastic acclaim from critics and audiences. He makes his Australian debut directing ACO2 in one of the greatest pieces of music of all time, Bach’s Goldberg Variations. Starting with a simple song, Bach guides us through a myriad of musical styles over 30 variations. First, though, music from Erkki-Sven Tüür and Schubert’s charming Arpeggione Sonata. Presented by Rockhampton Regional Council. Part of the 2011 See It Live Theatre Season.

PILBEAM THEATRE TUESDAY 16 AUGUST AT 7.30PM A $45, P $40, CSC $40, Y $40, J $32, F $135, G10+A$42, AFOT $42, PFOT $39

Hollywood Classics: Showboat The daughter of a riverboat captain falls in love with a charming gambler, but their fairytale romance is threatened when his luck turns sour. Cast: Kathryn Grayson, Ava Gardner, Howard Keel. Includes free morning tea sponsored by Woolworths from 10am. Film Screens at 10:30am. Duration 1 hr 47 minutes.

WALTER REID CULTURAL CENTRE TUESDAY 16 AUGUST AT 10.30AM ALL TICKETS $5

GIVE THE GIFT OF LIVE THEATRE If you’re stuck for an idea for a gift, then why not try a Pilbeam Theatre Gift Voucher? You can buy gift vouchers for any amount and they are redeemable for tickets to events which are on sale through the Pilbeam Theatre Box Office (provided tickets are available). Contact the Box Office on 4927 4111 for more details.

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Arj Barker “Eleven” Sometimes 10 just isn’t enough Arj Barker returns to the shores of Australia (although we’re not positive he ever left) with his new show, featuring an hour of the inventive stand-up comedy for which he is known and loved. Join Arj as he fearlessly tackles 11 of the most controversial topics around, including 3D movies, Death, Google Maps and prawns. If you’ve seen him before, you know you won’t be disappointed. If you haven’t seen him yet? It’s cool. You’re probably just super busy, with work and stuff...

PILBEAM THEATRE THURSDAY 18 AUGUST AT 8PM A $44.90, PSU $39.90, J (13-17) $39.90, G10+ A$39.90 EA, FOT $39.90.

Murder at the Big Event Produced by Glenmore State High School, Murder at the Big Event is a fast-paced and comical play in which we witness the death of one of the patrons at ‘the big event’. Murder is suspected, and the local sergeant and constable are called in to investigate. But who did it? There are a range of suspects and the audience needs to help find out what happened as the events of the last 24 hours unfold. Throughout the investigation, the audience is entertained with a range of talented musical and theatrical acts. Will the murder be solved? Don’t miss Murder at the Big Event.

WALTER REID CULTURAL CENTRE FRIDAY 19 AUGUST AND SATURDAY 20 AUGUST

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Nick Jr’s Dora The Explorer Live! Dora the Explorer is back by popular demand after the smash hit 2010 tour and embarking on a LIVE musical adventure in NICK JR.’s Dora the Explorer LIVE! Search for the City of Lost Toys. Join Dora, Boots the monkey, Diego and their friends as they embark on an exciting journey through the number pyramid, the mixed-up jungle and more. Along the way the audience will use their map-reading, counting, musical and language skills to successfully get Dora and friends to the City of Lost Toys.

PILBEAM THEATRE SATURDAY 20 AUGUST AT 10.30AM ALL TICKETS $28.50 UNDER 12 MONTHS ON KNEE FREE

La Sylphide & Calliope The Young Dancers Company of Central Queensland will combine traditional and modern ballet when they perform two ballets in the one evening - La Sylphide and Calliope. La Sylphide is one of the oldest ballets in the world predating the Russian classics such as Swan Lake by more than 50 years. Calliope is an all Australian premiere with choreography and production by Helen Graham and music by Elena Kats-Chernin. Professional guest artists join with young dancers of Central Queensland in an evening of spectacular dance entertainment.

PILBEAM THEATRE SUNDAY 21 AUGUST AT 7PM A $40, J $20, P $25, F $110.

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Morning Melodies - ‘Tenterfield Saddler’ Tenterfield Saddler is a show about the life and great music of one of this country’s greatest stars...Peter Allen. The show is packed with hit after hit song. ie Tenterfield Saddler, I Go To Rio, I honestly Love You, Don’t Cry Out Loud, and of course I still call Australia Home as well as many other instantly recognisable hit songs. Starring John Bowles, Michelle Fitzmaurice and Brian Hannan with David Cameron on piano and acoustic guitar. Presented by Rockhampton Regional Council and Bolsover Radiology. Morning Tea Supplied by

PILBEAM THEATRE MONDAY 22 AUGUST AT 11AM A $17, P $15, AFOT $16, PFOT $14, G10+A $15.50, G10+P $13.50

Former Origin Greats Indigenous Employment and Careers Expo 2011 The 2011 FOGS Indigenous Employment and Careers Expos, presented by the Australian Government are set to provide Indigenous job seekers and school leavers throughout Queensland with the opportunity to connect with a selection of Queensland’s most prominent employers, education and training providers, together with a host of former State of Origin heroes, in one place for one day.

ROBERT SCHWARTEN PAVILION ROCKHAMPTON SHOWGROUNDS WEDNESDAY 24 AUGUST, 9AM TO 3.30PM

Home Show and Caravan & Camping Expo See the latest in homeware, mobile homes and camping on display in one place at the Rockhampton Home Show and Caravan and Camping Expo.

ROCKHAMPTON SHOWGROUNDS FRIDAY 26 TO SUNDAY 28 AUGUST 9AM TO 5PM ON FRIDAY & SATURDAY. 9AM TO 4PM SUNDAY. A $8, SENIOR $6, J FREE (WITH AN ADULT)

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Rocky Fringe Short Film Competition and Festival ‘Water’ is the Signature Theme for the 2011 Rocky Fringe Short Film Competition, with the winner receiving a $1000 Cash Prize. Join the filmmakers and filmlovers for the screening of the 2011 finalist films plus a variety of short films in the general screening.

WALTER REID CULTURAL CENTRE FRIDAY 26 AUGUST AT 8PM A$15, C $10

Annie Heights College will perform one of the world’s most loved musicals, Annie, in August. Based on the comic strip Little Orphan Annie, the award-winning musical is the story of an orphan whose heart-felt desire is that of every child — to have parents and to belong. Set in the 1930s, Annie reflects a period in history that was full of challenges and shows that the attitude of one person certainly can influence others despite the circumstances.

PILBEAM THEATRE FRIDAY 26 AUGUST AT 7PM SATURDAY 27 AUGUST AT 7PM A$22, P $18, S (YEAR 8 TO 12)$15, S (PREP TO YEAR 7) $12, F $65

Rocky Fringe Film Industry Workshop This workshop will be conducted by the Rocky Fringe Competition Judge and is an opportunity for local filmmakers to find out what’s happening with the screen industry both nationally and globally within the Judge’s area of expertise.

WALTER REID CULTURAL CENTRE SATURDAY 27 AUGUST. 10.30AM TO 12.30PM

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Rockhampton Musical Union: Guys and Dolls Guys and Dolls Guys and Dolls is set in New York in the 1940s. Small-time gambler Nathan Detroit bets his friend Sky Masterson that he can’t make the next woman he sees fall in love with him. When the next doll happens to be the neighbourhood missionary Sarah Brown, the stage is set for an unforgettable evening’s entertainment. This classic musical’s hit list of favourite and familiar tunes includes If I Were

a Bell,I’ve Never Been in Love Before, Take Back Your Mink, Sue Me, Adelaide’s Lament, Sit Down You’re Rocking the Boat and Guys and Dolls.

PILBEAM THEATRE FRIDAY 2 SEPTEMBER AT 7.30PM SATURDAY 3 SEPTEMBER AT 7.30PM SUNDAY 4 SEPTEMBER AT 1.30PM A $45, P/S $38, CSC $42, J (3 TO 18) $32, F $122, G10+ A $42, AFOT $42, P FOT $36

Circus Oz Are YOU ready to let off some steam? After sell-out seasons at home and a tour to Madrid, Circus Oz is steamrolling into Rockhampton with their special brand of madness, fooling around in the unconventional and fantastical world of Steampunk. In 2011 Circus Oz invites you into a time where romance meets technology and everything is hand-made and steam-powered – especially the masterful skill and commanding strength of the performers. Powerful acrobatics will contest gravity, graceful aerial artists will win your heart, the knock-about comedy will bowl you over and the live musicians will save the day with the last beat. Presented by Rockhampton Regional Council. Part of the 2011 See It Live Theatre Season.

PILBEAM THEATRE FRIDAY 9 SEPTEMBER AT 7.30PM A $45, P $40, Y $40, J $32, F $135, G10+A$42, AFOT $42, PFOT $39

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August

Walter Reid Cultural Centre Tenant Information The following groups have club rooms and facilities in the Walter Reid Cultural Centre. For information on the activities conducted by these groups, please contact the groups direct. Group Room Capricornia Potters Group 2-5 CQ Contemporary Artists 2-4 Fibre Arts 1-7 Patch Happy Circle 1-1 Rockhampton Arts Council Inc 2-4 Rockhampton Chamber Music Group 2-7 Rockhampton Eisteddfod Association 1-2 Rockhampton Embroiderers Guild 1-1 Rockhampton Little Theatre 1-3 Rockhampton Lapidary Club 1-8 Rockhampton Photography Club 1-9 Rockhampton Railway Modellers Assoc 1-6 Rockhampton Youth Orchestra 2-8 Royal Queensland Art Society 1-1

Contact

Phone

Mae Askeland

4936 2501

Carmen Beezley-Drake 4927 6117 Sue Angus 4927 5132 Mary Phelan 4921 2556 Pat Fitzgerald

4933 2382

Jean Boyce

4928 1435

Val Roads

4927 2036

Suzanne Finnigan

4921 2556

Carrol Jackson

4921 1828

Col Roberts

4934 2886

Sok Condilis

0408 799 477

Graham Merritt

4928 8756

Janet Stevenson

4928 3382

Marlene Millard

4936 2674

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Events CALENDAR JULY 1 1 1 2 2 6 8 8-9 8-10 10 12 14 15-16 16 19 22-24 26 AUGUST 5-7 10 11 12 16 16 18 19-20 20 21 22 24 26 26-28 26-27

Healing Harmonies Concert Twilight Movie – A Bug’s Life CQ Dancers Company NAIDOC Ball Leo Sayer Ben 10 Time Machine Twilight Movie – Toy Story 3 Breast Wishes Arthur Busby Marou Echoes of Edinburgh Rocky Flicks Arthur Rainbow’s End Hollywood Classics Hot Mikado Camerata of St John’s

PT O WRCC RSG PT PT O PT WRCC PT PT WRCC WRCC PT WRCC PT PT

Fame Rocky Flicks La traviata Get Back ACO2 Queensland Tour Hollywood Classics Arj Barker Murder at the Big Event Dora the Explorer La Sylphide & Calliope Morning Melodies Former Origin Greats Career Expo Rocky Fringe Caravan & Camping Expo Annie

PT WRCC PT PT PT WRCC PT WRCC PT PT PT RSG WRCC RSG PT

PT = Pilbeam Theatre MB = Music Bowl RSP = Riverside Park O = Other Venue RSG=Rockhampton Showgrounds

Contact details Rockhampton Venues and Events is a business unit of Rockhampton Regional Council. Administration Office Pilbeam Theatre, 2 Cambridge Street. PO Box 1860 Rockhampton 4700. Ticketing Ph 4927 4111 Administration Ph 4924 5600 Fax 4922 3033

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