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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : November 19th 2008
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, November 20, 2008 35 Alive Spice of life 37 Cherries on top 38 DINING 37 TOP NOSH 38 WHAT'S ON 36 Buddy's story ready to rock live on stage A DAZZLING new production Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story is expected to have the audience rocking and bopping in the aisles. The live music extravaganza will open February 3 at the Lyric Theatre, Star City, for a strictly limited 12-week season. The curtain will go up on the show 50 years to the day since ''the music died''. It was February 3, 1959, when Buddy Holly died in a plane crash, alongside Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson (the Big Bopper). Aged just 22, Holly left behind a legacy of more than 30 timeless hits. Audiences will be treated to two hours of his greatest hits including That'll Be The Day, Peggy Sue, I'm Looking For Someone To Love, Rave On, Heartbeat, Maybe Baby, and Everyday. With the Big Bopper's Chantilly Lace and Ritchie Valens' La Bamba it will be total music overload. Star of the show, Scott Cameron, first played the guitar at age 5. Filling the big shoes of the Big Bopper will be Luke Tonkin, with Jonathan Whitlow as Ritchie Valens and Laura Bunting as Maria Elena Holly. Bookings Ticketmaster 1300 795 267 or online www.ticketmaster.com.au Group Bookings for 12 or more save up to $10 per ticket on 8512 9020 or email email@example.com The Inner-West Weekly is giving away three double passes to Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story for the show on January 31 at 2pm to lucky readers. To be in the running, write on the back of an envelope why you would like to see Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story. Include your name, address, daytime phone number and the name of this paper and send it to Buddy giveaway, PO Box 6062, Parramatta Business Centre, NSW, 2150 by November 28 . The judge's decision is final. Any personal information you provide will be used for this competition alone, will not be provided to any third party and will be destroyed following this competition. Full terms and conditions are available at www.innerwestweekly.com.au David keen to show Spectacular talent SHIREEN KHALIL David Leaupepe will be performing as a featured vocalist at this year's Schools Spectacular at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. A YOUNG Inner West performer will have a featured role in the world's biggest youth variety event -- the 25th anniversary celebrations of the Schools Spectacular . David Leaupepe, 16, will take centre stage on November 28 and 29 at the Sydney Entertainment Centre, taking audiences on an exhilarating musical journey inspired by Australian life. The Concord resident and Mosman High student will perform as a featured vocalist in his first Schools Spectacular, singing a series of songs including U2's hit, I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For, alongside Inner West's former Australian Idol contestant Roshani Priddis, Hi 5's Nathan Foley and former Idol and Young Diva Paulini. David said he was honoured with the opportunity and at first didn't think he was good enough. ''It's really odd. I never really had this opportunity and definitely really wanted it,'' he said. ''I didn't think I was good until I tried out, and out of the hundreds of people who auditioned, they chose me . . . it represents the work I've been doing.'' David is heavily involved in a large youth ministry as a guitarist, is the lead singer for his band Shoulders of Giants and has been attending the School of Rock since 2006. The 25th Spectacular, which will include a total of 3000 performers and nine Inner West schools, will be accompanied by a 1200-voice choir and 80-piece orchestra. The event will be staged at Sydney Entertainment Centre on Friday, November 28, at 1pm (preview) and 8pm; and Saturday, November 29, at 2pm and 8pm. Tickets cost $57 for adults and $37 for students and concessions. Tickets are sold through Ticketmaster on 1300 883 622. A blooming good exhibition LOCAL artists with a disability are invited to exhibit at the 2008 Blooming Arts exhibition. Presented by the Inner West Disability Network, Blooming Arts is a unique exhibition. It will feature paintings, sculptures, mosaics, watercolours and photography created by people with disabilities. Some artwork will be for sale. The exhibition runs from November 22-29 at the Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, 55-59 Flood St, Leichhardt. For more information on this exhibition, phone Brendan Kavanagh from Aftercare on 9818 8839. RHAPSODY of the SEAS... Wining and dining around New Zealand from Sydney www.royalcaribbean.com.au Contact your local travel agent or Royal Caribbean International on 1300 659 021 Quote 'DINING' for this fare. †Reverse Itinerary, ship calls on Napier instead of Volcanic Island for 27Jan09. *Conditions apply. Price per person in USD and INCLUDES all meals and entertainment, Port charges & Taxes @ $355.65, Gratuities @$136.50 from & fuel surcharge ofUS$140. Price is based on 13JAN09 standard Interior, ocean view and balcony cabins. Itinerary and pricing are current at time of printing and subject to change and availability as @ 05Nov08. Must be booked on ISOAUS03. Refer to the 2008-09 Royal Caribbean International brochure for full terms, conditions and cancellation penalties. Lic.2TA5183 INSIDE from US$1202* OUTSIDE from US$1882* BALCONY from US$2332* Now is the time to cruise!
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