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SSC Newspaper : August 2010
cene S STRATHFIELD THE BEST IN ENTERTAINMENT WHAT'S ON * Transaction fees apply 5 - 19 AUGUST TITAN VIEW & RIVERSIDE THEATRES INDIE GEMS: A FESTIVAL OF AUSSIE FILMS Catch a flick at Riverside! ADULTS $12* CONC $10* 24 -- 28 AUGUST SOFT TREAD ENTERPRISES LYING CHEATING BASTARD BY JAMES GALEA AND NICHOLAS HAMMOND Featuring Australia's No.1 Magician, James Galea ADULTS $48* CONC $43* 30 & UNDER $35* 17 SEPTEMBER PIXIE MICHAELS MANAGEMENT LULO REINHARDT WORLD TOUR 2010 Gypsy swing melds with flamenco, tango and bossa nova ADULTS $44* CONC $39* 30 & UNDER $31* 31AUG--4SEPT CHRISTINE HARRIS AND HIT PRODUCTIONS DRIVING MISS DAISY BY ALFRED UHRY The Pulitzer Prize winning play which inspired the film, Driving Miss Daisy is an emotional journey into an unlikely friendship. ADULTS $52* CONC $47* 3 -- 6 SEPTEMBER OPERA AUSTRALIA'S OZOPERA LA TRAVIATA BY GUISEPPE VERDI Verdi's magnificent music will take your hear t, and probably break it too. ADULTS $59*, CONC $54*, 30 & UNDER $46* NOW PLAYING COMING SOON! SBS YOUTH ORCHESTRA 19 SEPTEMBER THE WHARF REVUE 27 SEPTEMBER -- 2 OCTOBER ACO2 TOUR 28 SEPTEMBER QUACK 5 -- 9 OCTOBER GUTENBERG! THE MUSICAL! 26 -- 30 OCTOBER INSIDE 11 DINING OUT North Strathfield's Eat Street 13 PROPERTY Get ready for a spring sale 18 WHAT'S ON IN JULY Music, theatre, arts, sport ... McDonald College freaks out in the city By Bernadette Chua In a whirlwind of colour and music, the McDonald College will present their annual music gala, 'Freak Out'. e gala, which will be held on September 3 at the City Recital Hall, showcases a range of performances from singing to dancing. Featuring elements of Funk and Groove from the psychedelic period of the 60s, 70s and 80s, the concert will feature talented dance and vocal groups. Head of Music at McDonald College, Michael McGregor says the event has been the main musical event for the past 10 years. "Some of the highlights of the concert will include a tableau from Grease," he says. "Demonstrating the diversity of the music programme at the College, there is a sprinkling of Classical Chamber Music and also for the rst time, the expanded Primary Instrumental Programme is featured along with the College's Primary Chorale." Aside from this, there will be extraordinary solo talents on show as well as a farewell of this year's Year 12 students as they participate in their last Music Stream performance. " e previous Head of Music introduced it in 2001 as the main musical event of the year and decided it should be held in a major Sydney music venue," says McGregor. e primary and secondary students have been rehearsing for the past 10 weeks and are collaborating with the music department on the production. " is has always been regarded as one of the premier music events of the College's calendar with an audience of around 600 at the City Recital Hall," says McGregor. " e performance is well known across the Sydney area and amongst other schools and colleges." "So come join us 'Freak Out'!" City Recital Hall September 3, 7.30pm Book Online: www.cityrecitalhall.com Premium Reserve Adult $55 Concession $40 A Reserve Adults $45 Concession $35