Saturday, June 13, 2009
This Sunday night dance the winter away to one of the best live Balkan and Gypsy bands in Australia, Nadya and 101 Candles. If anyone has seen this band live they will know what I am talking about!
Featuring a swag of great musicians, including Edouard Bronson from Monsieur Camembert, Anatoli Torjinski on cello, and for their first time together, the amazing Bobby Singh on tabla. This will be a night of truly gorgeous Balkan and Gypsy music, performed with incredible passion, charisma and style – so don’t miss it!
Where: This Sunday night 14th June, doors open 7pm, show starts at 8ish…
How Much: The admission cost by donation (to the performers and the space) is $30, concession is $20, & $15 for kids under 16.
Location: Email email@example.com for address details and booking confirmation. Strictly limited capacity so pre-booking is strongly recommended!
Booking Details: To RSVP, just email firstname.lastname@example.org, with how many people will be attending and under what name. And don’t forget to BYO your own drinks and food! Credit card facilities are available.
Alpha House Art Gallery is looking for art and craft donations for a fundraising auction on Saturday the 20th June. Proceeds will go towards art supplies for an art program for children in Cusco, Peru. The program is being taught by Lee from Alpha House.
There will also be lots of local art for sale, food and drinks, not to mention the lovely company of the Alpha House people and other local artists, so come along.
WHEN: Saturday 20th June 5pm-7pm
WHERE: Alpha House Art Gallery (Behind the Union Hotel Cr of King St and Knight Street, Newtown)- look for the Glint Gallery sign!
WHAT: food and bevies/ art auction fundraising/ giggles
WHAT TO BRING: bevies, a gold coin for the door, a piece of art or craft to donate for auction (can include a scarf you knitted- you don't have to be an artist to donate something made with love!) and some dosh to bag yourself an amazing locally made artwork!
CONTACT: Lee 0414 995 899
Monday, June 1, 2009
Free Theatre performance "WHEN THE KNIGHT TURNS DARK"
Presented by MILK CRATE THEATRE: 7- 8.30pm Wednesday 10 June,
YWCA - Y Conference Centre, Level 4, 5 - 11 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney.
"When the Knight Turns Dark", is a tale of domestic violence, children and independence. This is a free production, and everyone is welcome. Information: www.milkcratetheatre.com.
Milk Crate Theatre creates challenging and inspiring theatre with the homeless and disadvantaged community that explores with heart, honesty and integrity how we relate to each other and the world we live in. Milk Crate Theatre believes in the power of creativity to enhance the way we live our lives, to build our connection to one another.
A night at Milk Crate Theatre is one you never forget. The audience is colourful, chaotic, dysfunctional, extremely outspoken and the performances are some of the most moving, warm hearted and often hilarious nights of theatre one can experience. Everyone is a potential performer, all opinions are heard, issues are thrashed out live on stage and finally everyone celebrates together with food. Top this off with an extensive program of workshop/rehearsals where participants can improvise, dream, create and tell their stories, you have Milk Crate Theatre - Australia’s only theatre company solely dedicated to the homeless and disadvantaged community.