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Journeys : Apr May 2011
We have four family passes (two adults and two children) to give away for the final performance on 1 May. To enter, write your contact details on the back of an envelope and mail to The Sound of Music, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271 Hobart 7001. You’ll have to act fast – entries close on 27 April. Please include your phone number so we can contact you. If you’d like to win a double pass to see the show on 11 May, write your contact details on the back of an envelope and mail to The Seagull, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271 Hobart 7001 Entries close on 4 May. Please include your phone number so we can contact you. If you’d like to win one, write your contact details on the back of an envelope and post to Holden Premier, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271 Hobart 7001. Entries close 4 May. WIN $30 vouchers from Fullers Bookshop, Myer and The Body Shop. Find our Prize Pot, hidden in the magazine, write the page number and your contact details on the back of an envelope and mail to Prize Pot, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271, Hobart 7001. Entries close 4 May. Last issue the Prize Pot was on page 19. In this issue of Journeys, all our prizes are on these two pages. The general Terms and Conditions for all competitions conducted by Journeys are published at ww w.r act.com.au. Copies can be obtained by calling 13 27 22. The Wish List Nar va Bev Reid, Glebe Geoffrey Holloway, Lindisfarne Eight Women Glor ia Barnes, Taroona Alissa Bligh, Molesworth Barbara Gerrard, Cambridge Old Woolstore Suzanne Dargavel, West Launceston Prize Pot Anthony and Pauline Shackcloth,Howrah Martina Tomlin, Howrah Natalie Parkinson, Riverside What else is happening? The hills are alive! ExitLeft brings the most popular family musical in the world to the Derwent Entertainment Centre this April. This classic tale is playing for 18 performances from 13 April to 1 May. The Sound of Music will be presented in a theatrical setting, with stunning sets and costumes and the Tasmanian Philharmonic Orchestra. The show stars Tasmania’s own John X and Imogen Moore along with some of the state’s most talented young perfor mers as the Von Trapp children. Savour Tasmania Tasmania’s annual celebration of the state’s purest produce, expressed through the gastronomic magic of cutting-edge inter national and local food personalities, will be held from 25 May 25 to 4 June. Savour Tasmania, now in its third year, has become a fixture on Australia’s culinary calendar. In 2011, an amazing line-up of chefs from all over the world will combine with The Seagull Playhouse Theatre, 29 April to 14 May 2011 Directed for Hobart Rep by Alex Rigozzi, The Seagull is Anton Chekhov’s dark satire of artistic ambition. Taking place on a country estate, the play follows the misfortunes of a group of artists – the fading actress Irina Arkadina, her novelist lover Trigorin and her playw right son Konstantin. These three characters are thrown into tur moil by the beautiful young actress Nina, who unwittingly sparks a dangerous conf lict between Trigorin and Konstantin. A famous failure at its first performance, The Seagull has since gone on to be recognised as Chekhov’s theatrical master piece. ANTON CHEKHOV ADAPTED BY BY sPECi Al A rrANgE m ENT wiTH DOmiNi E PTY lTD D irECTED BY BOOK AT SEAGULL 29 APRILto 14 MAY 2011 TOM STOPPARD ALEX RIGOZZI HOBArT rEPErTOrY THEATrE sOCiETY PrEsENTs the 6234 5998 CENTErTAiNmENT.COm .AU TUEsTOsAT 8Pm|mATiNEE7mAY2Pm centertainment Tasmanian masters to delight food and w ine enthusiasts at a series of dinners throughout the state. Tickets go on sale on 4 April – check www. savourtasmania.com for further details. That was the date when the HG Holden Premier rolled off the production line. It was an instant classic – the final refinement of the popular HK/HT series, featuring three-speed Tr imatic automatic transmission. No idea what we’re on about? Don’t worr y, not everyone can be a Holden tragic. But if you are, or if you just love beautifully- made 1:43 scale motoring models, here’s one for your collection – the Trax HG Holden Premier in Bur nished Bronze w ith Sandalwood interior. Limited numbers – $42.95 plus postage. w w w.topgear.com.au Where were you in July 1970? In Tasmania today April / May 2011 47
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