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SSC Newspaper : June 2010
Strathfeld Scene 23 www.ourstrathfeld.com.au "It does have some mature content – basically, it pulls no punches. It reveals what it’s like for 14- to 17-year-olds in the current environment of today’s society” – James Winter, director, Skanques Limit one coupon per person. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Valid at Oporto Strathfield Plaza until 30.06.10. MEGA BITE 1 x single fillet Bondi burger ®, 1 x 3-Pack of grilled wings, 1 x small chips, 1 x single serve mash & gravy and 1 x 375ml can of drink MEGA VALUE FAMLY MEAL 4 x ¼ chicken, 1 x wings 9-pack, 4 x single serve mash and gravy, 2 x large chips & 2 x dipping sauces SHOP 31, STRATHFIELD PLAZA, THE BOULEVARD (JUST ACROSS FROM STRATHFIELD RAILWAY STATION) 998 MEAL Limit one coupon per person. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Valid at Oporto Strathfield Plaza until 30.06.10. PLU 552 PLU 554 2998 OPORTO VALUE DEALS WHAT'S ON Revival at the Riverside W H AT would an Australian bikie say to a Pakistani Muslim on a dark night at a deserted bus stop? is hypothetical conversation is played out in Alex Buzo's 1968 classic play, Norm and Ahmed, which is playing at Parrama a's Riverside eatre this June. Directed by veteran Australian director Aarne Neeme, this brand new production features the perfectly apt Laurence Coy as the rough-as-guts quintessential Aussie Norm, and Craig Meneaud as Muslim Pakistani student, Ahmed. A wi y account of racism and social inequality, the play looks at the relationship between our diverse cultures living side by side in Australia, and is as culturally signi cant now as ever. Buzo's play cemented its place as a national treasure when it was added to the Australian HSC Drama curriculum for 2010. Where: Riverside eatre, Cnr Church and Market Sts, Parrama a. When: June 8-11 -- 12:30pm and 7pm. How much: Adults $32, Conc $28. For more information, visit www.riversideparrama a.com.au. Laurence Coy, le , and Craig Meneaud in the classic play, Norm and Ahmed. JUNE EVENTS CALENDAR A MODERN MUSICAL ON THE CHALLENGES O F GROWING UP IN THE NOUGHTIES e Inner-West Youth eatre Project is proud to present Skanques, a modern musical about growing up too fast. Playing at Strath eld Town Hall on June 11 and 12, this original production is wri en and performed by young people from across Sydney's Inner West. Directed by James Winter, with original music composed by Luke Dal Santo, the production examines the challenges faced by young women, the media's role in their self-image, and the general teenage experience in 2010. A contemporary coming-of-age story, this musical relays the real-life experiences of Sydney's young people, through the medium of theatre. "It does have some mature content -- basically, it pulls no punches," says director James Winter. "It reveals what it's like for 14- to 17-year-olds in the current environment of today's society." On June 11 and 12, Strath eld Town Hall, Homebush Road, Strath eld, 8pm. Entry by donation. For more information visit myspace. com/ash eld_youth_theatre. SATURDAY 5TH STRATH FIELD CRAFT MARKETS Corner Concord Road and Correys Avenue, North Strath eld 9am-2pm SUNDAY 6TH STRATH FIELD TALENT TIME Talented young performers from across the Inner West. Free shu le bus from Strath eld Station. Strath eld Park, 10am-3pm Call Strath eld Council: 9748 9999 FRIDAY 11TH MONDAY 14TH THE ROCKS FIRE WAT ER FESTIVAL as part of Vivid Sydney Campbell's Cove, e Rocks 6pm-10pm www.vividsydney.com SATURDAY 12TH MEMORY FLOWS EXHIBITION TOUR An exhibition of water-themed artworks from 20 artists that features a variety of artistic mediums. Newington Armory Sydney Olympic Park Homebush 11am-3pm www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au SUNDAY 13TH KERRYN GRANT and TONY HOGAN perform at Canterbury Leagues Club From 1pm www.canterburyleague.com.au WEDNESDAY 16TH STICKY RICE DAY Homebush West Shopping Centre Exeter Road, Homebush All day SATURDAY 19TH PACIFIC BEAT YOUTH FESTIVAL Santa Sabina College, Strath eld 10am-8pm, www.paci cbeats.org BUNDABERG RUM RUGBY SERIES Qantas Wallabies vs England ANZ Stadium Homebush www.anzstadium.com.au SATURDAY 19TH 20TH SUPANOVA POP CULTURE EXPO Sydney Olympic Park Homebush 10am-6pm, www.supanova.com.au MONDAY 21ST TRAIN CONCERT Enmore eatre, Enmore Road Enmore, 8pm www.enmoretheatre.com.au FRIDAY 2ND DUELLING PIANOS MUSIC CONCERT Club Five Dock, 66 Great North Road, 7.30pm www.club vedock.com.au