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Home & Garden 30-31
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The Metropolitan Hotel
23rd February - 14th March
Memories of Tivoli come alive
The charms and tales of the Tivoli
come to life in an energetic one-
woman show being presented by
Sarah Hillman-Stolz during the
The "Tiv" was a collection of
theatres in cities across Australia,
which housed variety shows and
musicals from 1902 until the 1960s.
The Tivoli Lovelies were the
chorus girls whose incredible
dancing, extravagant costumes and
enchanting legs drew hordes of local
audiences to the Tiv for more than
The introduction of television
brought with it dwindling audiences
at the theatres and in 1967 the Tivoli
curtains fell for the final time. The
fabulous Palladian Tivoli buildings in
cities across Australia were gradually
demolished and replaced with high
The notable exception is Adelaide,
where discerning citizens remained
devoted to maintaining Her Majesty's
Theatre, home to their beloved
Based on the memories of four
women who danced as part of the
Tivoli chorus line in the 1940s and
1950s, A Tivoli Lovelie remembers,
forgets and reimagines life at the Tiv.
Combining contemporary dance and
performance styles with period song
and tap routines, vintage costumes
and classic chorus-girl charisma,
Hillman-Stolz discovers the joys
of the Tivoli for a contemporary
After a successful season at the
2009 Melbourne Fringe Festival with
her charming semi-autobiographical
solo performance Belle's Paradise,
Hillman-Stolz's offering is in Adelaide
at the Metropolitan Hotel, right
across the road from Her Majesty's
Theatre. Performances run until
For a chance to win a double
pass to A Tivoli Lovelie, simply
email your name and contact
details to editor@walshmedia.
com.au or mail details to
SA50s Lifestyle, GPO Box 2089,
Adelaide, 5001. Remember to
mark "Tivoli competition" on your
entry and be quick!
There was a fantastic response to the competitions run in the
Summer edition of SA50s Lifestyle. Congratulations go to:
Christmas Proms, double pass winners: Mary Carabott, St Peters;
Jan Wilkinson, Magill.
Cats double pass winners: Linda Burr, Dover Gardens; Nick Cutajar,
Henley Beach; Glenys Bradey, Mitcham; Natalie Tate, Crafers.
In addition, several lucky readers shared in fruit, nut and sweet
vouchers to the value of $250 and book vouchers worth $330.
SA50s Lifestyle would like to thank the Festival Theatre, Neil Ward
Publicity, Blackeby Sweets in James Place and Dymocks in Rundle
Mall for their kind support.
Courtesy of Neil Ward Publicity,
SA50s has double passes to the
Horrace Trenerry Exhibition at
Carrick Hill (46 Carrick Hill Drive
Springfield SA) including tea/coffee
with scones jam and cream, which
are valid until 30 June.
Please send your entries to
post to GPO Box 2089, Adelaide
SA 5001 -- marked "Horrace
Trenerry Giveaways" by 8th April
to be in the draw.
Photographs, paintings, maps, film
and stories document the ancestral
importance of the WATA (wind)
to the people of Ngukurr, South
East Arnhem Land in the visual art
exhibition showing in the Artspace
Gallery (upstairs in the Dunstan
Playhouse) until March 21.
Traditionally, WATA has travelled
from Marra country on the coast of
the Gulf across the Roper River and
on into Arnhem Land. In Saltwater
Country a whirlwind is called
"walalu" and the people of Ngukurr
find connection through ceremony
that brings together all eight
language groups of the region.
The ceremony has not previously
been seen in South Australia and
this exhibition will also be the first
time that the paintings, maps and
film footage are shown in this state.
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