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
We will continue to offer all our guests a pre-film complimentary glass of wine in foyer.
Next Film Night - Monday 12th November - A Star is Born
Academy Award-nominated actor Bradley Cooper makes a remarkable directorial debut with this contemporary update of A STAR IS BORN. Starring Cooper and sensational first-time lead actress Lady Gaga.
A seasoned musician Jackson Maine discovers -- and falls in love with -- struggling artist Ally. She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer until Jackson coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally's career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down, as Jackson fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.
MEMBERS: FILM ONLY: $12.50, FILM & DINNER $40, NON MEMBERS: FILM ONLY $15.50 FILM & DINNER $43
Enquiries, requests or comments to email@example.com
Tuesday, 20th November 2018 at The Public Schools Club, 207 East Terrace, Adelaide, 6:30pm until 9:00pm
Our guest speaker studied Professional Writing and Communication and has a PhD in English and Creative Writing from the University of Adelaide. Her book, Mary Lee, is the result of exhaustive work. The disappearance of Mary Lee's journals and letters, along with a dearth of recorded
women's history, kept her contribution to history hidden for more than 125 years. Undeterred, our guest speaker’s painstaking examination of local records revealed this compelling story. She is Denise George
Suffragist and social justice advocate Mary Lee was determined to leave the world a better place than she found it. The feisty widow of limited means settled in Adelaide in 1879 and immediately set to work. Mary thrust herself into campaigns in support of female refuge, improving women's
working conditions and gaining women's suffrage and in 1894 South Australia became the first place in the world to pass legislation giving women the right to vote and be elected members of parliament.
Wakefield Press will be selling books at reduced prices at this meeting, so snap up a bargain and cross some names off your Christmas list while you’re at it!
With Cheryl Appelkamp de Valenzuela as Convenor and Michael Bollen as 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..
Thomas Wolfe's classic - Look Homeward Angel - The Goodwood Theatre, 166a Goodwood Road, Goodwood, November 16, 17, 23 and 24 at 7.30pm, and Matinees Sunday 18 November at 4pm.
Leanne Heading Art Originals Exhibition, 5th to 29th December, Urban Cow Studio
IAF members are invited to attend Leanne's upcoming exhibition at Urban Cow Studio, Shop 6 Vaughan Place. Leanne is a South Australian artist and comes highly recommended by Jen Dunstan who has taken some of Leanne's work on her trip to Canada.
Please see attached invitation for all details. Leanne will be exhibiting and selling over 50 original artworks.For a flyer, click here.