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Arts & Entertainment
Competition winners from autumn 2011 issue
Al and Janine Johnson of Flinders Park and Geraldine Pye of
Henley Beach were winners of double passes to the Music of
Andrew Lloyd Webber at the Entertainment Centre 30 March.
Joan Kirkham of Woodville and Lucy Barratt of Edwardstown won
the family passes to see Saltbush at the Space Theatre on the 27
John Chen of Woodville Gardens, and Pat Richardson of Warradale
were the winners of double passes to World War Bob at Her
Majesty’s Theatre on 27 April.
Alan Brink of Happy Valley and Polly Goodall of Piccadilly won
double passes to November at The Playhouse on 3 May.
Double passes were won by Win Walker of Vale Park and Sid
Narayan of Para Hills to see the Soweto Gospel Choir which played
at Her Majesty’s on 1 June.
Big names for Cabaret Festival
Internationally acclaimed acts will be
the major drawcards for the Adelaide
Cabaret Festival which opens on 10
The 2011 program features 50
international artists from the USA,
UK, Canada and the best from
Australia – with 125 being from
Headlining this year’s festival
is international chart stopper,
movie star, tireless fundraiser and
Australian icon, Olivia Newton-John.
Having sold more than 100 million
records worldwide, Olivia will be
accompanied by the Adelaide Art
Orchestra in an evening that will
feature the hits that have made her
a household name.
Rachael Beck and Ian Stenlake
star in More Than Words, which
will be performed at the Dunstan
Playhouse on 19, 22 and 23 June.
The audience is invited to join Ian
and Rachael as they take a musical
journey into their love of music, love
of life and their 10-year love af fair
with each other.
Rachael is one of Australia’s most
in-demand performers in musical
theatre and television. Widely
remembered for her award-winning
role opposite Hugh Jackman as
Belle in Beauty and the Beast, she
most recently has been performing
Ian works at the highest level in
Australian film, television and
theatre. His television credits include
the series lead role of Mike Flynn
in Sea Patrol an Oscar Stone in
Stingers and several film credits.
He has starred in many successful
theatrical musicals and won several
awards throughout his career.
Simon Burke stars in Something
About Always that will be on the
Festival Theatre stage from 17-19
Tough, funny, uncompromising and
brutally honest with his music as
well as himself, Simon and musical
director Daniel Edmonds share the
moments that made the man: in
and out of character, in cabaret, in
concert, on stage, on TV and in film.
From Play School to the Palladium,
there’s always been something
about Simon Burke.
Other performers to watch out
for include fiery redhead Rhonda
Burchmore, country music star
Melinda Schneider, New York’s
Michael Feinstein in his musical
tribute to Frank Sinatra, Bryan Batt
performing Batt on A Hot Tin Roof
and the ultimate songsmith Jimmy
For more information about
the program go to www.
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SA50slifestyle has double passes
to give away for performances at
the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Readers can win one double pass
to Simon Burke’s Something
About Always on 17 June and one
double pass to More Than Words,
starring Rachael Beck and Ian
Stenlake on 19 June.
To be in the running to win, send
you contact details (name and
contact phone number) to editor@
walshmedia.com.au or mail to
Walsh Media, GPO Box 2089,
But you need to be quick, entries
close on 10 June.
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