The Film Club in 2018 will bring a few surprises as we strive to please the variety of requests from our members.
We plan to have Film nights at the Trak as well as a couple of different venues, as well as a MATINEE. And for those of you who like the thought of a country getaway, we will be organising a group to our Mid North Branch for a Film night at Blyth Cinema later in the year
As always we will give you plenty of notice from our website; as well as by email , Face Book or Snail Mail about the Film sessions
Prices will remain the same when at the at the Trak and dinner at The Empress Restaurant. Film Members $12.50 each; Non-members $15.50 each. Film and dinner $40 members and $43 non-members.
We will continue to offer all our guests a pre film complimentary glass of wine in foyer.
Next Film Night - Monday 9th April - 'The Divine Order' directed by Petra Blondina Volpa on Monday, 9th April at The Trak Cinema, Greenhill Road, Toorak Gardens. Complimentary glass of wine in the foyer from 6pm with movie starting at 6.30pm. .
In 1971 Switzerland, despite the worldwide social upheavals of the previous decade, women are still denied the right to vote. When unassuming and dutiful housewife Nora (Marie Leuenberger) is forbidden by her husband to take a part-time job, her frustration leads to her becoming the poster child of her town’s suffragette movement. Her newfound celebrity brings humiliation, threats, and the potential end to her marriage, but, refusing to back down, she convinces the women in her village to go on strike...and makes a few startling discoveries about her own liberation
Why not join us for dinner after the film at The Empress Restaurant, a short walk from the theatre or park in at rear with entrance via Sturt Ave on Greenhill Rd.
MEMBERS: FILM ONLY: $12.50, FILM & DINNER $40, NON MEMBERS: FILM ONLY $15.50 FILM & DINNER $43
Enquiries, requests or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, 17th April 2018 at 6.30pm at the PUBLIC SCHOOLS CLUB, 207 EAST TERRACE (corner of Carrington Street), ADELAIDE
Our guest speaker was a journalist for more than thirty years, spending ten years as the state director of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in South Australia, overseeing television, radio and online production. She has sat on a range of arts boards and media advisory councils, and has a passion for food and wine. She is Sandra Winter-Dewhirst.
A macabre murder during the Women's Australian Open golf tournament at one of Australia's most prestigious golf courses sees food and wine journalist and amateur golfer Rebecca Keith on the murder trail once more. Fortunately, Rebecca's sleuthing takes her on a journey of eating
and drinking through many of Adelaide's bars and restaurants. A Royal Murder, a light-hearted thriller full of intrigue and betrayal, features a full cast of eccentric characters set against the rich backdrop of South Australia and its lush food and wine culture.
Cheryl Appelkamp de Valenzuela, Convenor, and Michael Bollen is guest compere
Tickets are $34 for IAF members and $39 for non-members. The price includes a choice of main course and a bottle of red and a bottle of white wine for every table.
Bookings required by Wednesday, 11 April 2018.
Variety Gala Performance 2018
Get caught up in the glitz, glamour, and camera flashes of the opening night red carpet before taking in tantalising performances of what’s in store over the opening weekend of the 2018 Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Variety Gala is a long running festival highlight, and this year Ali McGregor’s carnival of cabaret promises to dazzle and delight. FRIDAY, 8th June 2018 at the Adelaide Festival Centre.
For a flyer, click here.