Adelaide Activities and Events
The Film Club held on the second Monday of the month from 6pm at The Trak Cinema, 375 Greenhill Road, Toorak Gardens with optional dinner afterwards at the nearby Empress Chinese Restaurant. Free parking in the Trak car park. Pre-booking is required for both cinema and meal. Members $12.50 each. Non-members $15.50 each. Film and dinner $40 members and $43 non-members. Join us at 6pm for a pre film complimentary glass of wine in foyer Please confirm your arrival at registration desk: Film commences 6.30pm
Monday 11th December 2017: Murder on the Orient Express. A lavish trip through Europe quickly unfolds into a race against time to solve a murder aboard a train. Everyone’s a suspect when Detective Hercule Poirot arrives to interrogate all passengers and search for clues before the killer can strike again. For a flyer, click here. To book, click here.
The regular monthly literary club meeting and dinner is held at The Public Schools Club, 207 East Terrace, Adelaide (corner of Carrington St.) from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm. Includes dinner (choice of 2) - Members $32. Non-members $37. Optional desert $8. The price includes a choice of main course and a bottle of red and a bottle of white wine for every table. Free street parking.
Next event: Tuesday 21st November. Our guest speaker has an extensive knowledge of Australian film and television, which has led her to roles with the SBS, the ABC and Screen NSW. She has been an active member of creative industry boards over the course of her career, and is currently the CEO/Creative Director of the Adelaide Film Festival. She is Amanda Duthie.
This year, Amanda edited Margaret & David: Five Stars, in collaboration with the Adelaide Film Festival, honouring the contribution to the film industry by David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz. The book features an essay from Sandy George, as well as contributions from industry greats like Geoffrey Rush, Jan Chapman and Warwick Thornton. The book honours the great mark left by both Margaret and David over the course of their careers, and explains why they are the 2017 recipients of the Don Dunstan award at the Adelaide Film Festival. For a flyer, click here. To book, click here.
Independent Theatre Special Offer to IAF Members Only
Evelyn Waug's Brideshead Revisited at the Goodwood Theatre166a Goodwood Road, Goodwood (opp Capri Cinema). Wednesday 22nd November (6.30pm) and Thursday 23rd November (7.30pm).
The Independent Theatre has a reputation for high-quality stage adaptations of classic novels and promises a stunning production of Waugh's much-loved masterpiece - Brideshead Revisited. Adapted for the stage by Roger Parsley and Directed by Rob Croser. The cast includes Will Cox as Charles Ryder, Ben Francis as Sebastian Flyte and Madeleine Herd as Julia.
Late in World War II, Captain Charles Ryder finds himself billeted in the grounds of a stately English home. Recognising it, his memory immediately transports him back to the 1920's, and his association with the doomed Catholic aristocrats that lived there. Made famous by the classic 1982 Granada television serial, starring Jeremy Irons and Anthony Andrews, this lyrical, romantic tale lends itself perfectly to the stage. For a flyer, click here.
To book, click here. Quote Promo code: "ARTS" to get discounted rates - $25 (instead of $35) Concessions $20 (instead of $30). These IAF special rates are for performances on the 22nd and 23rd November only. Performances are available on other dates.
Enquiries: Jen Dunstan firstname.lastname@example.org
A Night at the Opera (We have started a fourth table and have seven seats on offer)
IAF in co-operation with Co-Opera invite you and friends to Puccinis' La Boheme directed by Mario Bellanova on Friday, 8th December 2017 at the Flour Shed, Harts Mill , Port Adelaide.
IAF have 3 tables (30 seats) allocated to us close to the stage. IAF's package includes show, meal and glass of bubbles on arrival plus you can add a pre-ordered wine option. Please take care when ordering your ticket with a pre-ordered wine option! There is choice of red or white wine, bottle, glass or 2 glasses! Meal includes an assortment of delicious savoury and fruit platters with a decadent chocolate after dinner treat.
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.
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Mid North Regional Branch Activities and Events
The movie club is held at the Blyth Cinema, Moore Street, Blyth on the 4th Wednesday of every month from March to November inclusive. The evening begins at 5:45 for wine tasting and nibbles in the foyer of the cinema; the movie begins at 6:30 and it is briefly introduced by a committee member. There is then an option of a two course dinner at Blyth Hall and wine may be purchased.
There is then a short discussion about the movie and people are invited to comment and score the film. Each table then completes a quiz which is relevant to the movie and there is a raffle to raise more money for the IAF. An average of 40 people typically attend.
For more information about the Mid North Regional Branch events, contact Sally at email@example.com or phone 0429091624.