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Competition winners from Winter 2014 issue
The family pass to The 13-Storey Treehouse
which played at The Dunstan Playhouse on 5 July
was won by Sue Monaghan of Christie Downs.
The double pass to Pepe Romero and Yamandu
Costa was won by Beryl Ann of West Croydon,
which played at the Adelaide Festival on 18 July
Shadowland double pass played at Her Majesty's
on 9 July at 7.30pm was won by Vicky Veliskou of
A double pass to Elvis -- One Night in Vegas
performance at the Festival Theatre on 12
July at 8pm was won by Rebecca MacMillan of
Pat Bradshaw of Fulham Gardens was the winner
of a double pass to see The Importance of Being
Earnest which played at The Dunstan Playhouse
on 25 July at 8pm.
Gabriele Bezerra of Semaphore and Sam Lean of
Park Holme were the winners of double passes to
Grease, The No. 1 Party Musical -- on 3 August
at the Festival Centre.
Jason Collins of Hallett Cove was our lucky
winner of the Philip Glass Trilogy presented by
State Opera SA which played at the Adelaide
Festival Theatre, 5, 7 & 9 August.
Lucy Barratt of Edwardstown, Halina Uscinowicz
of Kensington Park and Marlene Kahl of Blair
Athol were the winners of the Sol3 MIO CD
Richard & Lois Hopkins of Malvern were our
lucky winners of the Mighty Camper giveaway.
Vietnam -- songs that defined a generation
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Conscription, combat, protest and
homecoming ... Rolling Thunder
Vietnam features the classic songs
and personal stories that defined a
The concert drama is led by
Chong Lim (The John Farnham
Band, Dancing With The Stars)
and performs music by Credence
Clearwater Revival, Jimi Hendrix, Joe
Cocker, The Rolling Stones, Marvin
Gaye and Roberta Flack.
Hot and stormy nights in the jungle
reveal the dangers of combat,
comradeship, the importance of
letters, temptations of the flesh and
questions of faith. The stories of
country boy Johnny, his girlfriend
Sarah, fellow digger Andy and the
US marine Thomas, evoke a raw
and immediate world of love, fear,
courage, moral uncertainty and loss.
Rolling Thunder Vietnam is set in
the late '60s, a period of immense
cultural and political change, but its
stories are universal and resonate
at a time when the cost of war
continues to be counted.
The era of Woodstock -- of Jimi
Hendrix, Bob Dylan and Paul Simon
-- also produced many sensitive and
poignant songs that have become
classics because they remain
"The irony is that out of the ugliness
of war came songs of pure beauty,"
said musical director, Chong Lim.
Rolling Thunder Vietnam is
presented by Blake Entertainment
in association with the Queensland
Performing Arts Centre.
Rolling Thunder Vietnam is playing
at Thebarton Theatre at 8pm on
Friday 19 September and Saturday
Tickets are available from
VenueTix outlets; by phone
on 8225 8888 or online at
WIN, WIN, WIN
SA50s Lifestyle News has
a double pass to Rolling
Thunder Vietnam on Friday
19 September at 8pm. For
your chance to win, simply
go to our website www.
au, click "Contact Us" and
complete the form, please
type Thunder Vietnam in the
"Comments" field. Entries will
be drawn on 10 September.
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