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Barley Stacks Wines is an
award winning vineyard established
on the traditional barley belt of
the Yorke Peninsula.
Open daily from 10am, Barley Stacks Wines invites you to taste
the extensive range of wines on offer.
13.6 km south of Maitland on the Maitland to Minlaton Rd, Maitland
P: (08) 8834 1258
Gourmet Day -- 7th July 2013
Barley Stacks Wines, located on the
traditional barley belt of the Yorke
Peninsula is just two hours from
A recent introduction to the range
'White Sails Viognier & Chardonnay'
is a refreshing blend, named in
honour of the historical ties of the
region -- from the grain the land
produced, to the graceful old sailing
ships that carried the grain to ports
around the globe.
The incredibly popular annual
'Gourmet Food and Wine Day' will
be held on Sunday, July 7 at Barley
Stacks Wines' cellar door.
Hugely successful, the day is
renowned for its premium wines,
gourmet food, art exhibitors, live
entertainment, fashion parades
and charity auctions. Bookings are
Award winning premium winery
Adelaide Festival Centre celebrates its 40th anniversary
Adelaide Festival Centre will
celebrate 40 years of hosting arts,
culture and entertainment from
every corner of the world with a
number of special events.
Since its opening in 1973, the
Festival Theatre has been Adelaide's
pre-eminent venue for the world's
finest artists, recognised as a
venue of international standard for
countless performances, community
events, and local companies.
The Adelaide Festival Centre's 40th
anniversary events include:
The Festival Theatre 40th
Anniversary Concert. For two nights
only May 31 - June 1, presented
by Adelaide Festival Centre and
Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
The concert will reprise the Festival
Theatre's grand opening night with
a performance of Beethoven's
magnificent Choral Symphony in
D Minor, conducted by ASO Chief
Conductor Arvo Volmer and featuring
Adelaide Symphony chorus, soprano
Sara Macliver, mezzo soprano Sally-
Anne Russell, tenor Paul McMahon
and bass Stephen Bennett.
The concert will also include the
World Premiere Fanfare Festiva
-- a fanfare for the next 40 years,
commissioned by Adelaide Festival
Centre for the concert, by renowned
Adelaide composer Graeme Koehne.
Every night of June the Adelaide
Festival Centre will be radiant with
projections from internationally
acclaimed artists Electric Canvas.
House Lights will illuminate the
distinctive white roof of Adelaide's
iconic building with a constantly
changing palette of images that
embody the spirit of the Adelaide
Festival Centre's 40 fabulous years,
and its future. To be held May 30-
June 30, King William Road, Elder
Park and Adelaide Festival Plaza,
from 6pm, and is free.
The anniversary wouldn't be
complete without a return of the
Fezbah. Through the '80s and '90s it
was one of Adelaide's most popular
late night clubs where artists and
audiences kicked up their heels on
the dance floor to the vibrant sounds
of South Australia's best live bands.
The late night Fezbah will be
revised and reinvigorated to one big
celebratory weekend on May 31 -
June 1 and it's free in the Piano Bar.
The anniversary celebrations
will continue year round with
more 40th anniversary events
and performances announced
throughout the year.
Festival Theatre 40th Anniversary
Concert to be held on May 31 and
June 1 at Festival Theatre from 8pm.
Premium $120, Adult A Res $100,
Adult $90, Conc/Stud A Res $95,
Adult Conc Sub $85.90, Adult B Res
$85, Conc/Stud B Res $80, Adult
C Res $75, Conc/Stud C Res $70,
Groups 6+ $80, Family (2+2) $305,
GreenRoom $42.50, Child under 15
from $39 BASS 131 246 or online at
WIN WIN WIN
SA50s Lifestyle News has a
double pass to give away to
the 40th Anniversary Concert.
For your chance to win, put
your name, address and
daytime telephone number on
the back of an envelope and
post to: Festival Theatre 40th
Anniversary Concert, PO Box
3497, Rundle Mall SA 5000 by
Ruth Zelickman of Camden Park & Barry and Denise Neal
of Fullarton were the lucky winners of double passes to The
Illusionists which played at The Adelaide Festival on January 3.
Double passes to Barry Humphries' Farewell Tour, Eat Pray
Laugh at Her Majesty's on January 26 were won by Di Dowsett
of Birdwood and Jill Bishop of Strathalbyn.
Wendy Whitelaw of Rosewater and Lyn Thomas of Ceduna were
our lucky winners of the Facebook for Seniors Quicksteps books.
The Wakefield Press Nick Mount The Fabric of Work books were
won by Ms F Ciancio of Norton Summit, Queenie Timmann of
Plympton Park, Chris Revell of Walkerville and Jeanette Almond
of South Plympton.
Barry & Dawn Jessen of Mt Compass and Elizabeth Curry of
South Brighton were our lucky winners who went to see Cliff
Richard at the Entertainment Centre on February 21.
Double passes to Thursday, which played at the Norwood
Concert Hall on February 25, were won by Colin Brooks of
Lewiston and Amanda Shepherd of Bridgewater.
Julie Haar of Clapham, Bernadine Hardin of Klemzig and
Christine Scheer of Richmond all won double passes to
Operamania, being played at the Adelaide Festival on April 4.
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