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SSC Newspaper : February 2013
Wine Show will be available to taste. Visitors will be given an insight to the journey award-winning wines take from grape to glass, as well as insider tips on food matching and storage. There will also be grazing tables with award-winning produce, including ham, cheese, dips, olives and bread. From 2pm to 6pm Cost: from $75. Southee Pavilion, Sydney Showground, corner Showground Road and Grand Parade, www.sydneyroyal.com.au. ■ Saturday 23 February Movies in the Park: the avengers Marvel Superheroes band together to fight for global security at Strathfield Park’s moonlight cinema. Nick Fury, director of the international peacekeeping agency known as S.H .I.E .L .D. brings together Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye and Black Widow to battle against the evil Loki and his cohorts. Starts 8pm. Cost: Free. Strathfield Park, www.strathfieldmovies.com .au . ■ Friday 8–23 February the Wizard of oz See The Scarecrow, The Tin Man and Lion join Dorothy and her little dog Toto on stage in Packemin Productions’ The Wizard of Oz. It’s an event for the whole family with a star-studded cast of Jimmy Rees ( Jimmy Giggle on ABC’s Giggle & Hoot) as The Scarecrow, Laura Murphy (Sparkles The Fairy on Channel 9’s Magical Tales) as Dorothy, Luke Joslin (Avenue Q, Annie, and Dr Zhivago) as The Tin Man and Adam Scicluna (multi-Mo Award winner) as Lion. Starts 11am and 7.30pm. Cost: child from $25, adult from $30. Riverside Theatres; riversideparramatta.com .au . ■ Saturday 16 February k-PoP heart Australia’s biggest Korean pop event for 2013 is here. The K-Pop craze has taken the world by storm and will reach Sydney Olympic Park’s Allphones Arena this month. Eight top Korean artists will be performing, including After School, Ailee, Block B, Brown Eyed Girls, Kim Tae Woo, Son Dam Bi, Teen Top. Starts 6pm. Cost: from $99. Allphones Arena, Sydney Olympic Park, www.allphonesarena.com .au . ■ Saturday 16 February the Wine exPerience Indulge your senses with Australia’s best wines under one roof. A thousand medal and trophy- winning wines from the 2013 Macquarie Group Sydney Royal Strathfield Scene 21 www.ourstrathfield.com.au february events calendar ■ Sunday 24 February Lady sings it Better Six women smash expectations as they reinvent songs from the world’s most famous male musicians. See them take on Michael Jackson, AC/DC and Queen with soaring harmonies in a bawdy and high- energy cabaret. Enjoy the exciting mix of musical styles including jazz, folk, opera and pop as they pull out some ridiculous dance moves. Starts 8pm. Cost: $25 ($20 concession). The Factory Theatre, www.factorytheatre.com .au . ■ tueSday 26 February cyBer BuLLying WorkshoP Cyber bullying is becoming an increasing problem not just among the youth, but throughout the community. Strathfield Council and the Flemington police will be presenting an information session about how to protect yourself against cyber bullying. Starts 6pm. Cost: Free. Strathfield Library, 65-67 Rochester Street, Homebush. ■ Friday 1 March author taLk – nathan sMith Strathfield Council has invited a range of authors to speak about their newly published book. Personal trainer Nathan Smith, author of Transform Your Life, will talk about ways to put positive energy back into your life to help you leap obstacles and achieve your goals. Starts 10am. Cost: Free. Strathfield Library, 65-67 Rochester Street, Homebush. fun See the chart-topping New York indie-rock trio Fun at the Enmore Theatre. The group’s hit single “We Are Young” made digital sales history as the first, and so far only, song to have 300,000-plus downloads for seven weeks straight. But Fun is no one-hit wonder. It’s album Some Nights reached platinum status in Australia and Fun has been nominated for six Grammy awards. Starts 8pm. Cost: $79.90. Enmore Theatre, www.enmoretheatre.com.au. ■ thurSday 7 March Movies in the Park: the avengers ■ Saturday 23 February experience the struggles of three generations as they watch a loved one disappear into the grips of dementia. KaGe’s brave production tackles dementia in a tender and uplifting way. critically acclaimed Sundowner combines dance, drama and original composition to reflect the experiences of the family. Starts 8pm. cost: from $46. ■ tueSday 5-7 March sundoWner riverside theatres; riversideparramatta.com.au.
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