WHATS IN A NAME PART 2:
As a follow on from the first in the series of protecting your name; part 2 deals with the pitfalls within the industry itself to give adequate support to our original musicians nurturing their craft.
To run a household you need income; to run a business you need work to get income to keep the business going; obviously. So how can it be that original musicians have to resort to using different names or even worse NOT promoting cover gigs to fund their craft for fear of damaging their reputation – there is something really wrong with this picture!
POINT CLARE OP SHOP:
Customers entering Fairhaven’s Point Clare Op Shop at 209 Brisbane Water Drive, Point Clare constantly remark ‘I can’t believe the amount of goods you stock and how cheap everything is!’ It is therefore not surprising that the op shop has gained the reputation of being one of the best Op shops on the Central Coast and has expanded to meet demand.
Our motto is to offer customers ‘the cheapest prices’ and we aim to continually surprise customers with our low prices. As an example 99.9% of our clothes, shoes and handbags are $2 each and all kid’s clothing only $1 each. We have all our books for sale at 50c for the month of January (they are usually only $1 each).
We offer 5 buildings full to the brim – toys/games, clothing/accessories, jewelry, homewares, linen, new giftware, books & dvd/cds, new craft and makings for craft, furniture, decorator and collectable items, electrical, luggage, tools/hardware – something for everyone in the family. In addition we offer customers the opportunity to browse through Gallery 209 which displays the works of local artists as well as upcycled items proudly made by some of Fairhaven’s clients with disabilities.
All funds raised go directly to supporting Fairhaven’s supported employment, residential and day option programs for local people with disabilities.
The Op shop is open Monday to Friday 10am – 3pm and Saturdays 10am - 2pm and is located at 209 Brisbane Water Drive, Point Clare.
For more details please contact 43233566 or 0407757866
COASTIES BUSINESS NETWORKING: People who are in business or starting up a new business on the Central Coast are welcome to join Coasties Business Networking.
This is a great opportunity for everyone to get up and talk about their business and share their cards on the day.
The meetings are held on a monthly basis with a new permanent venue to be set next year.
There will be a $10 charge on the day providing tea, coffee & nibbles.
Please contact Vivienne to RSVP on 0434 375 128
or email email@example.com for more information.
LAYCOCK STREET DANCE NEW VENUE: Laycock St Dance Expands to Empire Bay
Central Coast Performing Arts School Laycock St Dance is expanding its faculty and classes to Empire Bay Progress Hall for Term 2.
Laycock St Dance is thrilled to expand after only being established for a little over a year, after a thriving 2014, they opened up a West Gosford facility his year housing five studios, increasing its genres and teaching faculty.
Laycock St Dance offer classes in Highland, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Jazz, Tap, Musical Theatre, RAD Ballet, POP 101, Glee, Cheer, Acro, Performance and Drama.
They offer classes for students of all ages, males and females, from pre-schoolers to adults.
They have a limited class number policy, with an appropriatecostume policy with age appropriate music and choreography, with a number of performance opportunities and an Annual Concert.
For further information call studio Director Douglas McFarland on 0437677166
YOUTH ARTS WAREHOUSE:
The Sound Lab- MUSIC Makers
This NEW fully supported Music program all-inclusive for 9 to 15 years of age it will be a place for creative expression, musical collaboration, exploration and learning. The program will provide first time musicians with disabilities together with young musicians, songwriters & performers a place to explore their love for fusing sounds and music together in a professional music & recording studio under the mentorship of professional recording artists.
Date: May 20th- June 24th
Application process essential
To register or inquire about any programs call Sharon 43 232374
THE HUB: Featured Programs
DJ Beats Programme
Immerse yourself in the complete art of DJing, from fundamentals of beat matching and mixing to using effects and programming sets.
This programme is designed to accommodate your skill level and various styles of music, but for those just starting out we have the Essentials I and II being offered in 2015, if you are looking to take your talent to the next level by introducing the “WoW factor” to your sets then our Music Production and Preparing for a Live Set.
At the Hub Erina our instructor will teach you the necessary techniques and draw on their vast experience to give you insight into the mindset, workflow, and art of DJing.
Graduates of the DJ Extensive Program will have an opportunity to perform at an event in the Hub Youth Entertainment venue organized and promoted by the Hub Erina together with you and your fellow students. At the Hub Erina, we want you to do more than just learn.
We want you to be great at doing what you love
What: DJ Beats DJ Programme
Where:The Hub Erina, Nth Sth Rd, Erina Fair
When: 4-5pm Thursdays
Term 2 Commences 23rd April, 2015
Enquires : e: Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org p: 4304 7071
The Hub Erina and Magnus Martial Arts has its share of world champions, including 20yr old Current World Pankration Champion MMA Jamie Mullarkey to mentor and develop Central Coast young peoples’ interest in Mixed Martial Arts.
The manager of Magnus Martial Arts, Internationally recognised coach and 6th dan black belt Noah Magnus in partnership with Gosford Council’s Hub Erina Youth Centre have offered free martial arts to young people (12 – 18) of the community for over 10 yrs.
5 benefits of participating in Mixed Martial Arts:
For information about Free Martial Arts training & the MMA rising stars programme please contact the Hub Erina Youth Centre.
SeaFM DISCOVERED are taking submissions for the 2015 series.
SeaFM DISCOVERED Background:
The DISCOVERED singer/songwriter programme which started in 2011 runs a monthly series of competitive events over a 9 month period (annually) at the Hub Erina, Youth Entertainment Venue.
Last year’s Grand Final was held on the 12th December hosted by young person SeaFM radio host Nic Kelly, with a guest performance from Kelly Griffith (2012 DISCOVERY). The night was well attended by over 200 community members and Council representatives who enjoyed performances of the 12 finalists, including 4 x young people aged 10 and 11 from the Kids DISCOVERED heat.
* Lily Lewis received the 2014 DISCOVERY ( $4,000 in Macron Music Money),
* Catherine Frohlich was awarded 2nd place ( $1,500 in Macron Music Money),
* Jordan Fleming was awarded 3rd place ( $750 in Macron Music Money),
* Danikka Vassallo was awarded as the KIDS DISCOVERY ( $500 in Macron Music Money),
* Ashley Burke received an Encouragement Award ( $200 in Macron Music Money),
* Olivia Andrews received the Gina Jeffreys Singing and Performance Scholarship.
The DISCOVERED programme is multi faceted, and concurrently facilitates The Let Me Entertain programme, that was developed in conjunction with the DISCOVERED series of events. This programme was implemented as a result of interest from Terrigal high school to provide an opportunity for their senior Entertainment Students.
2015 Sponsors include Gosford City Council, Youth Services, The Hub Erina, Macron Music Erina, SeaFm, Gina Jeffreys and the Music Cellar Studios Supported by Musicians Making A Difference (MMAD).
This year's local qualifying heats take place monthly from June.
Battle of the Bands are taking submissions for the 2015 series.
Last year's Battle of the Bands Grand Final saw five local bands battle it out for thousands of dollars worth of cash & prizes. Open to all school students of any skill level. The winners of the heats go forward to the Semi Finals as they battle there way for a place at the Grand Final in November 2015. Proudly supported by your local government and local businesses Finalists receiving music vouchers sponsored by Macron Music Erina and Gosford Council Youth Services.
This year's local qualifying heats take place monthly from June.
2015 Sponsors include Gosford City Council, Youth Services, The Hub Erina, Macron Music Erina, The Grove Studios Supported by Musicians Making A Difference (MMAD).
The Hub Erina are welcoming sponsorships from the music industry and media and are open to discuss differing levels of sponsorship.
Band Registrations: www.thehuberina.com<http://www.thehuberina.com>
JUST BETWEEN US EP LAUNCH:
Central Coast duo Just Between Us may be only 16 years old, but are about to release their third ep. This will be their first recording of all original music and they will be marking the occasion with a launch at The Rhythm Hut on Friday 8th May.
Comprising Chelsea Berman and Delaney Boschuetz, Just Between Us has a country/folk sound which is enhanced by the guitar and ukulele and their angelic harmonies.
The girls formed after winning a local talent quest in 2012 and have been in demand ever since playing a huge number of gigs throughout the Coast, Sydney and Newcastle.
Just Between Us have supported Casey Donovan in concert, vocal group Encore, performed with Kasey Chambers and her band and toured with local band Manana.
They are a regular fixture at the Avoca Beachside, Peninsula Waterfront and Olive Tree Markets, Florida Beach Bar, Six Strings Brewery and Lizottes, but have also played at a variety of larger venues for corporate clients including the Central Coast Academy of Sports, the Central Coast Country Music Festival, Westpac Helicopter Rescue Service, Hyundai and the Donnica Clarke Foundation.
In 2014 they were nominated for a Mo Award and performed in front of some of Australian entertainment’s biggest names.
This same year their first original song “Sour” was shortlisted for the Australian Songwriters Association’s annual awards.
Already this year Chelsea and Delaney they have fulfilled more of their dreams by playing at the Tamworth Country Music Festival and the Royal Easter Show.
Their launch at The Rhythm Hut will see them welcome popular Central Coast band Manana, who will be their backing band on the night.
Special guest artist will be talented Terrigal vocalist/guitarist Woodie Mclean.
The night commences at 7 pm and all ages are welcome.
Cover charge is just $5 per person or $15 which includes a copy of their ep. Children under 12 are free. Food and drink will be available on the night.
The Rhythm Hut is located at135 Faunce St Gosford. For all enquiries contact 0414 875 823
MUSIC AND DANCE CAMP FOR YOUTH: Last chance to register youth for music & dance camp.
This is an amazing opportunity for any young person who is passionate about music, dance, hip-hop or production it has seen countless lives empowered and changed. This year it is also launches in Queensland around September.
Three days, five elements and one shot!
Music & mentoring camp: May 8th – 10th 2015
351 camp is an inspirational three days of music & hip hop dance workshops, seminars and performances aimed at engaging, inspiring and empowering young people to make steps towards new creative and personal goals.
Camp sponsorships are available thanks to the support of universal music & un ltd
Young people between and& 18 will work together with well-known artists to write, dance, record and perform, learn more about themselves and the performing arts industry and discover ways to put positive thoughts into action.
Aria award winning musicians, industry greats and established recording artists including the Potbelleez, Bliss N Eso, Justice Crew, Karise Eden & many more have been to 351 camp!
“351 Camp is a great opportunity to develop your skills, learn about the music industry and be around other inspiring people. I can’t recommend it highly enough. All the tutors are amazing, beautiful people. Get to 351 Camp. You’ll love it” Maya Jupiter Triple J
Registrations closing soon
REGISTER NOW: http://www.mmad.org.au/camps
MORE INFO: email@example.com
THE HEALTH CONNECTION 2015: Open Day for a Healthier Community
The Health Connection was launched in June 2014 as a new, free “family well-being event” with entertainment and activities for all ages and proudly returns for its second year Saturday 9th May from 10am to 2pm.
Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre and Lend Lease have teamed up with Fixx Events again to present “The Health Connection,” at Brentwood Village, Scaysbrook Drive, Kincumber.
Free all day activities for the children will include eco inspired arts and crafts workshops from Art Tank, Taronga Zoo Reptiles Display, Face painting, Magician, Big Yellow Bus Kids Gym, Jumping Castle and Slide whilst the live music, yummy fresh food, soups, cakes and smoothies and lifestyle talks can be enjoyed by all. Roving circus performers and market stalls will help create a festive atmosphere on the beautiful back lawns, but there will also be quiet spaces where patrons may take the opportunity to sample a natural therapies treatment, live yoga, meditation or movement class.
“It should be a great atmosphere,” Nicole Turner, Co-Manager of the Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre, said. “It’s a beautiful venue with superb gardens and a fabulous auditorium that can accommodate the whole event in the case of rain, so it’s an all-weather, as well as an all-ages event.”
Local wellness practitioners will present reflexology, massage, Bowen Therapy, naturopathy, orthopaedics, herbalism, organic skincare, yoga, tai chi and, pilates for patrons to try, or perhaps simply to chat and discover more about them.
Sponsors also include 2GO FM 107.7 and Lend Lease.
For more information contact Fixx Events 0416 923 655, firstname.lastname@example.org or Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre on 4363 1044
BLUES ON THE MOUNTAIN 2015:
Blues on the Mountain returns to Mangrove Mountain Heritage Hall on Saturday the 16th of May and is set to feature some of Australia's hottest new bands on the blues and roots scene.
Headlining the event will be Sydney's blues, jazz and rock fusion, Laura & the Blackjacks. Fresh from performing as part of the Sydney NYE celebrations and playing at at host of festivals including UBERfest and Wildwood Music festival, Laura and the Blackjacks will have you down on the dance floor in no time with their groovin' tunes full of style and charm.
Joining Laura and the Blackjacks at Blues on the Mountain will be south coast blues/rock sensation, Room 15. Featuring Bailey Judd on lead guitar and vocals, this talented young trio were the band everyone was talking about at this year's Australian Blues Music Festival. This will be a performance not to be missed and we are very excited to be bringing Room 15 to the Central Coast for the very first time.
Also performing at our May Blues on the Mountain will be our winner of the 2015 Home Grown Acoustic Awards, Toby Wells. Toby has been receiving rave reviews from Blues and roots artists such as Genevieve Chadwick and has been touted as the next Jon bon Jovi. At just 15 years of age, Toby Wells is an amazing talent and a star in the making.
At the end of the night we will be having an all star jam like never seen before, bringing all three acts together to finish what is set to be one of the best nights of music the mountain has ever had!
And don't forget will also be having our legendary charity auction on the night with signed memorabilia from all of the performing artists on the night, with all proceeds donated to the Fairview Homestead Association inc.
As always food and refreshments will be available on the night or BYO welcome. Doors open 6pm for 6.30pm start. Tickets are strictly limited and cost $25 (Adults), $10 (Youth 12-16yrs) with children under 12 free. For bookings visit http://www.trybooking.com/119240 or contact us on 0405 416 289.
Accommodation and camping packages are also available, contact 0405 416 289 for details.
Mangrove Mountain Heritage Hall is located in the beautiful rural area of Mangrove Mountain, surrounded by Popran and Dharug National Parks, approximately 30 minutes drive from Gosford and Wyong and 1hr from Sydney or Newcastle.
All profit raised from Blues on the Mountain goes towards the upkeep of our local heritage buildings, Mangrove Mountain Heritage Hall and Fairview Homestead.
MAGOO ROCK N ROLL DANCE PARTY 2015:
The Magoo Memorial Charity Classic is a surfing competition held in May each year along with an auction night, sponsorships and other events like this rock ‘n’ roll night where all the accrued proceeds from these events are then donated to Cancer Care NSW Health, Central Coast Local Health District...Gosford Hospital
Magoo Memorial Charity Classic Rock ‘N’ Roll Dance Party will be held at Long Jetty Senior Citizens Hall Saturday 16th May 2015 with Jake Rattle ‘N’ Roll band performing; starting 7:30 pm; doors open 7 pm;
Cost $15 per head; tickets to be purchased prior to the evening - no door sales on the night
Contact Barb 0417 984 861 or Mick 0407 368 876 for tickets
GREAT GIG IN THE SKY: CCE proudly announce the 11th annual 'The Great Gig In The Sky' Pink Floyd celebration
Returning to The Laycock St Theatre for one night only on Saturday 16th May, The Great Gig In the Sky - CC Entertainments Pink Floyd Celebration.
Sold out at Laycock St Theatre since 2007 this journey through the timeless and evocative PINK FLOYD masterpiece albums 'The Dark Side Of The Moon', 'The Wall' and 'Wish You Were Here' has built a reputation for authenticity, virtuosity and unmissable live moments.
Guest vocalists Mitch Anderson (The Voice), Simon Meli (The Widowbirds), Natasha Stuart, Mark Da Costa and Jess Dunbar will join a sublime 7 piece band to passionately reinterpret the Floydian back catalogue in a breathtaking concert, which this year coincides with the 40th anniversary release of the seminal 'Wish You Were Here' album.
Set the controls for the heart of the sun and prepare to become comfortably numb....tickets have just gone on sale so make sure you book early to avoid disappointment (especially if you want to book dinner & show seats)!
This epic 'Have a Cigar' solo by CCE creative director Joseph Calderazzo (guitars) should leave you hungry for more... http://tinyurl.com/mrkqtbf
Shine on you crazy diamonds - The CCE Team
'The Great Gig In The Sky' - proudly supported by JBL "Hear the Truth", Len Wallis Audio and Australian Guitar Magazine.
P.S. courtesy of our concert partners JBL "Hear The Truth", every ticket purchased goes into the draw to WIN the major prize of a JBL audio package valued at $978 and the minor prize of a JBL Charge Blue valued at $199.
HERITAGE DAY CAR SHOW:
The Heritage Day Car Show will see displays of: Vintage, Historic and Classic cars from Local and Regional Car Clubs.
Lots of Vintage cars will be on display from 1911 Model “T” Ford to the immaculate Jaguar “E” Type coupes alongside the nostalgic 1930’s to 1950’s Buick’s, Chryslers, Chev’s, Ford’s, Austin “7”s, all the British Classics, Holden’s of all ages from 1948 to mid-1980’s, plus just about everything in between.
Owners of these cars will be on hand to have a chat and no doubt they will have some interesting stories.
The kids will have fun as well with yummy food stalls and amusement rides to keep them entertained.
Pink Cadillac will be performing live from 10am on the Memorial Park Stage.
Heritage Day Hosted by the Central Coast Historic Car Club Inc. Sunday 17th May 2015
Memorial Park, The Entrance
WORLD WAR 1 REMEMBERED IN MUSIC: Central Coast Chorale presents a memorial program of music inspired by World War One
Titled, ‘1915: God, King and Country’, the forty-voice choir, which features local Central Coast singers and led by music director, Christopher Bowen OAM, perform stirring anthems that motivated men to enlist to reflections of sadness of the war's toll on human lives.
Bowen says of the program, “The music of the war era was immensely patriotic and appealed to a soldier’s sense of duty to protect families and loved ones.
“Religious faith and national loyalties influenced mothers especially, who ultimately paid a high price for their sons' participation.”
The Chorale will perform haunting excerpts from Bowen’s 2014 critically acclaimed, ‘War Requiem’.
Elke Hook, Mangrove Mountain resident, and Sean Le Breton from Narara, will feature as soloists in a piece written especially for the concert by local composer, Shayne Leslie of Wyoming, based on John 15:13.
The Chorale will perform England’s other national anthem, ‘Jerusalem’, which was specifically written by British composer, Sir Hubert Parry at the request of poet, Robert Bridges in 1916 to “brace the spirit of the nation [to] accept with cheerfulness all the sacrifices necessary.”
Other songs featured include Henry Purcell’s ‘Thou Knowest Lord’, Charles Stanford’s ‘A Song of Battle’, John Ireland’s ‘Greater Love Hath No Man’ and Vaughan Williams’ ‘O How Amiable’.
Concertgoers will get a glimpse of how music stirred patriotism amongst civilian Australians and encouraged them to enlist for God, King and country. It is a must for those who want to honour and remember the fallen.
Tickets are on sale through the Chorale’s website or available at the door. The group rehearses Wednesday nights and new members are always welcome. Contact Anne Darlington for more information on 02 4307 9355.
1915: God, King and Country
Central Coast Chorale 2pm Sunday 17 May 2015
St Patrick’s Church, 76 York St, East Gosford, 2250
CENTURY CHALLENGE CYCLE RIDE: Sunday 17th May 2015
The Rotary Club of Erina are 'challenging' everyone on the Central Coast to enter their annual Cycle Ride at the scenic Mount Penang Parklands.
Funds raised from the event will support Rotary community projects including Coast Shelter, which provides accommodation and support to those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
“It is a great day and wonderful to see everyone join in, get some exercise, and help those in need in the community, all at the same time”, President of Coast Shelter Gavin Shepherd said.
Since 2003, this event has enabled the Rotary Club of Erina to donate over $120,000 to Coast Shelter.
The Ride spokesperson, Gillian Winchester said “The 2015 ride will be the biggest and the best ever, with wonderful support from cycle shops and other corporate sponsors who help to make sure that the ride is fun and safe for everyone”.
“Events such as the Cycle Ride are fantastic fundraising opportunities which allow Coast Shelter to continue providing vital services to people in need on the Central Coast”, Executive Officer of Coast Shelter Laurie Maher said.
Volunteers from the Rotary Club have been working alongside Brisbane Water Police and the Roads and Maritime Service to plan a safe ride for all ages and fitness levels. There are 100km and 50km rides for serious cyclists, a 20km ride for beginners and a Kids Challenge for those aged 4 to 12 years.
The Cycle Ride starts and ends at Mount Penang Parklands where plenty of parking is available.
Registration ranges from $10 for the Kids Challenge to $75 for the 100km Challenge.
Riders are also encouraged to ask their friends and family to sponsor their ride which will help to raise extra funds for Coast Shelter to help those in need.
For example a $100 sponsorship could provide approximately 30 meals at the Coast Community Centre and $500 could provide a family in crisis with a ‘start-up kit’ for their new home.
Cyclists will be provided with refreshments and a sausage sizzle to finish off the day.
TERRIGAL WAMBERAL AFL FUNDRAISER:
Breakers Country Club sponsor 23 Sporting Clubs and Subclubs, we are always looking for new and exciting way to assist our clubs with fundraising and creating new and exciting events for these clubs.
Our CEO Ken Pearson, can up with the idea of a band night for a couple of the clubs. Breakers Country Club have covered the cost of the production and band, we are then assisting the Terrigal Avoca AFL Club to sell as many tickets as possible for people to attend the event, as 100% of the ticket proceeds will be donated to their club.
This is a fantastic venture with the Terrigal Avoca AFL Club, as it provide a wonderful night out for anyone who wants to attend whilst offering a stress free fundraising event.
The Fleetwood Mac tribute show is a quality production that is sure to play all of your favourites from the fantastic group!
Tickets are only $20 each and are on sale now from our reception team, book early to avoid disappointment!
Saturday 23rd May
Doors Open 7:30pm | Show Starts 8:30pm
Tickets $20 Available at Reception from the 23rd April
Ticket sale proceeds will be donated to the Terrigal Avoca Panthers AFL Club
TROUBADOUR CENTRAL COAST PRESENTS: Themed Concert – Dreams & Wonder
Musicians & poets have been inspired by dreams and wonder as far back as the beginning of time.
Many of the great songs about dreams have been passed down through generations, while new ones continue to be written and performed.
This is an opportunity for members & guests to find songs about dreams – whether traditional, from the folk revival of the 60s or your own.
To claim your songs contact Michael:
Tel: 4342 6716.
Saturday – 23rd May - 7pm
CWA Hall (Opposite Fisherman’s Wharf) Woy Woy
$12/$10 includes light supper
VIVY'S TOURS AND TALKS: Upcoming Tours
Dangar Island Discovery Tour on the Hawkesbury River:
Come and explore Dangar Island on a ferry trip and walk from Brooklyn Public Wharf, Hawkesbury River.
Learn about the history of the island and enjoy a morning tea and talk in the historic “Pavillion” owned by author Ann Howard.
After the talk there will be a walk around the island where you can admire the beautiful views and the beach.
Cost is $45 per person.
Our next tour is on Saturday, 16th May meeting at 8.45am and finishing at 2.15 pm.
Our Facebook and Twitter pages have photo’s of our previous tours to the island.
For further information please contact Vivienne from Vivy’s Tours and Talks on 0434 375 128.
-------------------------------------------------------------- Brisbane Water Ferry Ride + Historic Talk:
Experience the beautiful serenity on the Brisbane Water on a scenic ferry ride to Pelican Island Nature Reserve, Saratoga, Davistown, Empire Bay and St Hubert’s Island.
After the ferry ride we will go for a walk to visit some prominent areas along the waterfront and I will give you a historic talk of the area.
Tea and Coffee will be provided on the day at one the local cafes nearby.
Our next tour will be Sunday, 24th May at 9.15am and the tour will finish at 12.30 pm.
For further information please contact Vivienne from Vivy’s Tours and Talks on 0434 375 128
ALL AMERICAN MUSCLE CAR SHOW:
All American Muscle Car Show – Featuring American Muscle Cars past & present.
Rescheduled event from the 3rd May
If you are car enthusiast come along & view the awesome line up of rides at the All American Muscle Car Show at The Entrance.
Open to all American Muscle Cars.
Show car entrants - $10 per vehicle with all monies raised going to The Glenvale Special School at North Entrance.
Live entertainment on Memorial Park Stage from 10am
Public free entry – Great family day out, held on the beautiful foreshore where you can take in many shops that are open on the day.
For more information call Rod Taylor 0404 471 154 or visit The Entrance Town Centre Website
All American Muscle Car Show 31st May 2015
Memorial Park, The Entrance NSW
BOGAN SONG CYCLE TOUR 2015: Musical Cabaret at its finest comes to the Coast
We are pleased to announce that from Tuesday 31st of March, tickets for the hilarious Bogan Song Cycle, musical comedy cabaret, are finally available. After their spectacular success at Sydney Fringe and the prestigious Adelaide Fringe’s Spiegel Tent, the boys bring their hit show home. With six locations to choose from around the NSW Central Coast, the tour travels from venues north to south.
The Bogan Song Cycle is the brainchild of Dorian Mode. A proud Coastie, when not holding up the bar of his local fishing club, Dorian is often found out and about the Coast fishing, teaching or gigging. Mode called on all these central coast lifestyle experiences when composing the music and lyrics of The Bogan Song Cycle. He’s also the first person in Australia to have a doctorate in Bogans!
Andrew Wilkie, (virtuoso vibraphonist and composer of Tap Dogs) and local chippie from Avoca Beach, accompanies Mode to perform sublimely smooth music with droll lyrics and descriptive storytelling unveiling bogan lifestyles.
Dorian Mode and Andrew Wilkie are The Bogan Song Cycle.
The Bogan Song Cycle is a successful recipient of ART CENTRAL funding 2015.
The tour dates are as follows:-
• 8pm Friday 8th May - The Peninsula Theatre Woy Woy
• 8pm Friday 15th May - Colongra Bay Lake Munmorah
*Tickets available at the door
• 8pm Friday 22nd May - The Entrance Gallery and Studio, The Entrance
*Tickets available at the door
• 7.30pm Friday 29th May - Avoca Beach Cinema, Avoca Beach
Bookings phone 4382 1777 or Tickets available at the door
• 8pm Friday 5 June - Don Craig Room Laycock Theatre Wyoming
For full details, prices and booking information please visit
Contact: Margaret Meehan, Producer Bogan Song Cycle
0414 740 231 or email@example.com
THE ENTRANCE WINTER BLUES 2015: The Entrance, Central Coast, Winter Blues & Jazz Festival 2015
Grab a chair or blanket and sit back and enjoy 2 days of FREE live Blues and Jazz entertainment from some of Australia’s best known musicians.
The atmosphere is easy to soak up and you can grab a bit of shopping from one of the market stalls or the yummy food stalls for the hungry, all in Memorial Park along the water’s edge at The Entrance.
The Winter Blues and Jazz Festival has a great line up of artists for 2015 including Backsliders, Galapagos Duck, Keith Hall & Pat Dow, Sydney Jazz Collective, Muma Jane, Big Band Obsession & The Australian Army Big Band.
So don’t miss some great family days out of free live entertainment in Memorial Park at The Entrance.
The Entrance Winter Blues & Jazz Festival 2015 Saturday 27th June from 11am-3.30pm
Sunday 28th June from 12pm-3.30pm
CARAVAN CAMPING & OUTDOOR 2015: On Track To Be A Winner With Outdoor Leisure And Pleasure Seekers
The Gosford Caravan Camping & Outdoor Living Show rolls into the Gosford Race Club from Friday 28 August through to Sunday 30 August 2015
A Central Coast extravaganza designed specifically for leisure and outdoor pleasure seekers, the 2015 show is being held at the Coast's premier event venue ensuring visitors a day to remember.
Showcasing the very latest in caravans, campers and camping paraphernalia, the show also shines a spotlight on outdoor leisure pleasures. Fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking and tourism destinations are high on the agenda.
Branded as a one stop outdoor living shop, the show is family friendly with free rides for the kids, entertainment, balloons and a feast of food to satisfy the most voracious appetites.
A major highlight will be the Yamaha Super Tank. The largest mobile fishing show in the Southern Hemisphere, at 15m long and 3m wide, it provides a fish-eye view of life under the water. The tank is filled with live barramundi, so novices through to the experienced angler can learn how to increase their strike rates. Casting demonstrations, the latest lures, boat safety, knife sharpening and fishing destinations are all part of the Super Tank rolling fishing shows.
The Gosford Caravan Camping & Outdoor Living Show, Gosford Race Club, Racecourse Road, Gosford West, Friday August 28 - Sunday August 30.
Gates open at 10am, adults $15, concession $12, kids under 17 free. Tickets at the gate.
Car parking complimentary.
For more information: Liz Sullivan at BossMan
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org WEBSITE of Facebook Page
TAI CHI IN THE PARK 2015: Free Tai Chi Park Lessons
Come and join us in the park and experience the wonderful art called Tai Chi, if you've never tried Tai Chi this is the ideal opportunity to experience this wonderful ancient art form, Tai Chi is a set of low impact exercises which are gentle on the body and is suitable for people of all ages.
With regular practise Tai Chi can help many health conditions such as Arthritis, Asthma, Blood Pressure, Obesity, Improve Bone Density, Circulatory System, Improve Balance and many more conditions. No need to book just come along and try it out
8th March 10.00am
East Gosford, Phyllis Bennett Park, Webb Street - Opposite the Japanese Gardens Sunday 24th. May 2015 10.00am
Phyllis Bennett Park. Webb Street , East Gosford - Opposite the Japanese Gardens Sunday 16th. August 2015 10.00am
East Gosford, Phyllis Bennett Park, Webb Street Sunday 1st November. 2015 10.00am
Phyllis Bennett Park. Webb Street , East Gosford.
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