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SSC Newspaper : February 2012
Shankar- EhSaan-Loy Live in ConCert You may not know their names, but Shankar Mahadevan, Ehsaan Noorani and Loy Mendosa are three of Bollywood’s most luminous musical stars. The threesome’s soundtracks include the score for hit film My Name is Khan. Starts at 7pm. Tickets: $189-$49. Sports Centre, Sydney Olympic Park. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. ■ Friday 24 February namatjira This groundbreaking Australian work by playwright Scott R anking is based on Albert Namatjira’s beautiful watercolours, a fixture in the lounge rooms of Australia. Starts at 8pm. Tickets: $35/$42/$45. riverside Theatres. Visit: www. riversideparramatta.com.au. SELf-dEfEncE cLaSSES Get street smart and learn how to defend yourself from assaults or domestic violence. John Gill of the Australian School of Self Defence will lead the classes, which run for four weeks. Starts at 6pm. Cost: Free. Strathfield Town Hall. Visit: www.strathfield.nsw.gov.au. ■ SaTurday 25 February dEath cab for cutiE This US indie pop/rock band return to Australia for the first time in two years. Their latest album, Codes and Keys, is filled with melodic yet powerful songs. Starts at 7.30pm. Tickets: $67.10. enmore Theatre. Visit: www.enmoretheatre.com.au. moviES in thE Park X Men: First CLass Pack a picnic, bring a chair and enjoy a screening of the action- packed blockbuster, X Men: First Class. Starts at 8pm. Cost: Free. Visit: www.strathfield.nsw.gov.au. ■ TueSday 28 February SEniorS information SESSion avoiding sCaMs This is a free session for seniors presented by Fair Trading NSW to help educate people on how to avoid scams. Morning tea provided. Starts at 10.30am. Cost: Free (registrations essential). Visit: www.strathfield.nsw.gov.au. ■ MOnday 5 MarCH nrL round 1 rabbitohs v roosters The first NRL night game of the season will be a giant clash between South Sydney and the Sydney Roosters. Starts: pm Tickets Tba. anZ Stadium. Visit: www.anzstadium.com.au. ■ TueSday 6 MarCH artEXPrESS 2011 The Armory Wharf will host some of the state’s best artwork from the 2011 HSC exam in Visual Arts. The collection includes ceramics, drawing, painting, video photography and sculpture. Cost: Free. armory Wharf, Sydney Olympic Park. Visit: www. sydneyolympicpark.com.au. ■ SaTurday 11 February StrathfiELd counciL moviES in thE Park it’s CoMpLiCated Pack a picnic, bring a chair and enjoy this free screening of the hilarious hit movie starring Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin. Starts at 8pm. Cost: Free. Strathfield Park. Visit: www.strathfield.nsw.gov.au. ■ THurSday 16 February cELtic thundEr American instrumental band Celtic Thunder will tour Australia for the first time this month. Famous for spectacular lighting and heart- pumping choreography, they bring a fresh and modern twist to Celtic lore. Starts at 7.30pm. Tickets: $149/$119/$99. allphones arena. Visit: www.allphonesarena.com.au. ■ Friday 17 February GamE Game is a driving force in reviving West Coast hip-hop. His most recent album, The R.E.D Album, topped Billboard’s Top 200 album chart the week it was released. Starts at 8pm. Tickets: $178.15 /$127.65 /$107.05 /$82.10. enmore Theatre. Visit: www.enmoretheatre.com.au. ■ SaTurday 18 February charity ShiELd rabbitohs v dragons The annual pre-season game between South Sydney and St George Illawarra marks the end of summer training and the beginning of the much anticipated NRL season. Starts at 6pm. Tickets: $35/$25/$15/$10. anZ Stadium. Visit: www.anzstadium.com.au. Strathfield Scene 27 www.ourstrathfield.com.au feb/march events calendar ■ thursday 23 February thE kumPnEE end oF days @ the FaCtory FLoor the kumpnee bring their unpredictable blend of urban funk, soulful harmony and hip-hop, combining electro synth, heavy bass riffs, live instrumentation and a raw feel to split genres and form a sound of their own. Starts at 7:30pm. Tickets: $15. The Factory Theatre. Visit: www.thefactorytheatre.com.au. ■ Monday 27 February buSh the legendary post- grunge act bush - led by Gavin rossdale - was one of the seminal rock bands of the 1990s. hear them play songs from the Sea of memories, their first album in more than a decade, which has received rave reviews. Starts at 7.45pm. Tickets: $62.70. enmore Theatre. Visit: www. enmoretheatre.com.au. ■ THurSday 8 MarCH Sharon Shannon biG band Irish musician Sharon Shannon (pictured below) has collaborated with the likes of U2, Sinead O’Connor, Willie Nelson, to name a few. She is perhaps the only traditional Irish musician to successfully cross over into mainstream pop/rock and her concert will be a unique blend of jazz, funk, blues and bluegrass. Starts at 7pm. Tickets: $40. The Factory Theatre. Visit: ww w. thefactorytheatre.com.au . ■ SaTurday 10 MarCH tayLor Swift Four-time Grammy Award w inner Taylor Swift is bringing her country-inspired act back to Sydney. The talented singer w ill rock out on her five guitars, two banjos, a ukulele and her piano. Starts at 7.30pm. Tickets: $139.90/$109.90. allphones arena. Visit: www. allphonesarena.com.au . ■ THurSday 15 MarCH johnny cLEGG in ConCert Johnny Clegg is a legend in his native South Africa. The Grammy-nominated singer combines a vibrant blend of Western pop and Zulu rhythms. This show is sure to be just as bold, colourful and dashing as the man himself. Starts at 8pm. Tickets: $89.90. enmore Theatre. Visit: www. enmoretheatre.com.au . ay Sharon Shannon