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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : May 20th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, May 21, 2009 25 Alive Learn bridge 26 Swing to jazzy, Big Band beat SWING and all things jazz is coming to Croydon this May. The students of PLC Sydney's Big Band are teaming up with John Morrison's Swing City Big Band for three weeks of coaching and performance practice before a special jazz swing concert on May 23. John Morrison and his band members will be working with the students, monitoring their musical development and helping them reach their performance goals. The concert will feature professional vocalist Jackie Cooper, drummer John Morrison and the talents of PLC Sydney's young jazz musicians. ''Not only will this be an outstanding educational experience for the members of our Big Band, but the result is a concert that no member of the public should miss,'' said Fiona Clouston, head music teacher at PLC Sydney. ''It will be a very entertaining evening.'' John Morrison and the Swing City Big Band will be performing in PLC Sydney's Audrey Keown Theatre at 7pm. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 concession and can be booked online at www.plc.nsw.edu.au Visit the school website for details or phone Jodi McCarthy on 9704 5651 or email firstname.lastname@example.org -- by work experience student Amanda Hoh Free spirit's life in lights A scene from the new play about one of Ashfield's most famous residents. WHAT: The Knowing of Mary Poppins WHERE: Darlinghurst Theatre Company DETAILS: 8356 9987 A NEW play about one of Ashfield's most famous residents -- Mary Poppins' author P.L. Travers -- opened at the Darlinghurst Theatre Company yesterday. The Knowing of Mary Poppins peeks behind Poppins' fairytale umbrella to reveal an unconventional woman, writer and director Leah Mercer says. ''Mary Poppins is not just for children,'' Mercer said. ''There are zen references sprinkled thought the eight books. Travers herself was a radical free spirit.'' In fact, Travers who once lived in Pembroke St, Ashfield became an actress, a writer of erotic poetry, a journalist and a spiritualist. Darlinghurst Theatre Company director Glen Terry said: ''This production is exceptional. I want people to know about P.L. Travers. ''She is an iconic Australian who was way ahead of her time.'' This play contains mature themes and is suitable for audiences aged 15 and up. The season continues until June 13. Tickets are $37 with concessions available. For more details phone 8356 9987 or go to www.darlinghursttheatre.com. Over 50 Specialty Stores, FREE 3 hour shopper carparking 42 - 50 Railway Parade, Burwood. Phone: 9744 0251 2112014i iww wk47 Shopping made easy .... You can find all you need at Burwood Plaza Centre Trading Hours Monday 9am-5.30pm Tuesday 9am-5.30pm Wednesday 9am-5.30pm Thursday 9am-9.00pm Friday 9am-5.30pm Saturday 9am-5.00pm Sunday 10am-4.00pm WEDDING PACKAGES AVAILABLE LUNCH: Tues - Sun DINNER: Tues - Sat PRINCE EDWARD PARK, PHILLIPS STREET, CABARITA occasion perfection Superbly located, Angelo's on the Bay boasts a selection of innovative and contemporary seafood cuisine prepared by Chef Suna McKay. A visit to Angelo's promises to be very memorable. 2005513K wk39 BALKAN EATERY THE INFAMOUS 'BUREK' IS NOW BAKING! Open 6 Days - Closed Sunday Open 7.30am to 8.00pm Balmain Road Lilyfield 7 $800
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