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SSC Newspaper : July 2010
cene S Strathfield the best in entertainment what’son bookings 8839 3399 riversideparramatta.com.au 29&30July William Zappa alinta productions Winter’s Discontent A theatrical tour de force from one of Australia’s most highly awarded actors Adults $36* ConC $32* 24-28 August soft tread enterprises Lying cheating BastarD the story of a young man’s rise through sydney’s seedy underbelly to become Australia’s most successful con-man. Adults $48*, ConC $43* 30 And under $35* PREsENtED By tHE WHItlAM INstItutE AND RIVERsIDE tHEAtREs the granD Macquarie Feasts First Course From BreAd And dripping to BeeF: the Crook’s emAnCipAtion A forum on the histor y of crime and punishment in NsW with Nicholas Cowder y AM QC, NsW Director of Public Prosecutions and Associate Professor Carol liston, uWs historian. tHu 22 Jul 7PM PRICE: $15* seCond Course A dog’s BreAkFAst or A moveABle FeAst? A forum on the future of greater sydney’s urban design and planning with Bob Meyer, Director of Planning, Cox Richardson Architects & Planners, and Elizabeth Farrelly, author and Sydney Morning Herald columnist. WED 28 Jul 7PM PRICE: $15* Thank God IT’s FrIday third Course: We get our Just desserts History gets hysterical as Richard glover along with Jean Kittson, Anthony Ackroyd, Wendy Harmer and tommy Dean ponder questions like: “should rum still be our currency?” Presented by 702 ABC sydney. sAt 7 Aug 8PM PRICE: ADults $36*, CoNC $32* * transaction fees apply DirecteD BY Wayne Harrison MACQuARIE gRouP, RIVERsIDE tHEAtREs AND tHE AlEx Buzo CoMPANy PREsENt A visionary leader. A city obsessed with land, politics, and power. the daring retelling of an Australian classic. 15-31 JuLy Adults $52*, ConC $47* riVersiDe theatres CNR CHuRCH & MARKEt sts PARRAMAttA nextweeK! INSIDE 14 ProPerty renovate or move? 17 dining out Master Class at Bacar 19 WHAt’S on in July Music, theatre, arts, sport ... Win tickets to Disney’s ice spectacular By Bernadette Chua Hundreds of screaming children, frantic parents and a chill in the air. It can only mean one thing: Disney on Ice is back. The new production coming to Acer Arena this month -- Disney on Ice: Disneyland Adventure -- is now bigger and better than ever. Scene readers can be among the first to see the show. We have two pairs of tickets to give away. Answer a simple question and tell us why you love Strathfield, and you could be there at the first night on July 14th. It’s all on our website: www.ourstrathfield.com.au For a show that has been running for 30 years, Disney on Ice still captures the imagination. Everyone’s favourite five are back in this spectacular event – Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and, of course, Pluto. In what is guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser, the new production features special appearances from the superhero family, The Incredibles, plus Baloo from the Junglebook and Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty. Scott MacDonald, the show ’s production director, says that while the show generally gets a great reaction from audiences, Australian kids really enjoy the ice-skating part of the show. “Australians really get into the ice part,” he says. MacDonald says that the new show, which is based on the original production first staged in the Disneyland park in California, is more sophisticated than ever. “The costumes are so elaborate, our sound is state-of-the-art, as are all the sets,” he explains. “Everything here is extremely high-tech.” The new production features 38 professional skaters, aged between 19 right and 38, plus many of the Disneyland landmarks such as the Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean and many of the rides. Disney on Ice: Disneyland Adventure kicked off its Australian tour in Brisbane. It arrives in Sydney on July 14. At Acer Arena, Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park, July 14-19. Tickets: Front Row $65.50, VIP $52.50, A Reserve $39.50, A Reserve Child/Concession $35.50, B Reserve $28.50, B Reserve Child/Concession $25.50. Contact Ticketek on 132 849 or www.ticketek.com.au