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Journeys : Apr May 2012
6548A A sure sign your car is in safe hands. Our RACT Approved Repairer Code of Practice ensures that all repair work and services performed for members of the RACT will be carried out under the supervision of a competent and qualified person. The RACT Approved Repairer Code of Practice also includes the following key points: • Written estimate of costs provided upon request • Warranty covering repair work for 90 days or 5000 km • Parts that are replaced will be available for you to inspect and keep, if desired • Once commenced, repair work will be completed quickly. When your car’s being repaired, it’s hard not to wonder if the job’s being done correctly. With an RACT Approved Repairer you can relax. www.ract.com.au RACT Approved Repairers shown with the Show Your Card & Save logo will provide 10% discount on labour if you present your card prior to quotation. Contact your nearest RACT branch for a complete list of Approved Repairers or visit www.ract.com.au A Tale of Ambition and Unrealised Hope – John Montagu and Sir John Franklin is a scholarly and eminently readable work by UTAS historian Craig Joel. An essential source of information on the Franklin years in Van Diemen’s Land, Joel’s book explores the social intrigues, political manipulation and factional power struggles that On the bookshelf We have a copy of Ambition and Unrealised Hope to give away – to enter, write the book title and your contact details on the back of an envelope and mail to Bookshelf, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271 Hobart 7001. Entries close on 7 May. We have double passes for N amatjira at the Theatre Royal and Amadeus to give away – to enter, write the show title and your contact details on the back of an envelope and mail to Stage, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271 Hobart 7001. Entries close on 7 May. Namatjira Theatre Royal Hobart, 18-19 April Burnie Arts and Function Centre, 4 April Princess Theatre Launceston, 13-14 April Hilarious and compelling, this is the story of Australia’s iconic indigenous artist. Elea was born in Central Australia in 1902. Two years later, he was baptised Albert. Thirty one years later, at his first solo exhibition, he signed his work with his father’s surname for the first time – Albert Namatjira. Syncopation Theatre Royal Hobart, 29-30 May Princess Theatre Launceston, 24- 25 May S yncopation fuses comedy, drama and ballroom dancing set in the rush of New York in 1912. Henr y is a Jewish meatpacker who dreams of becoming a ballroom dancer and is desperate for a dance partner. Anna, an Italian seamstress, is unsatisfied with her life until she spots an ad in the paper: On the stage Remarkable stories at the Theatre Royal ... ... and at Launceston’s Earl Arts Centre Who killed Mozart? T he Launceston Players present Amadeus, 19-28 April. It’s a delicious romp into the lives of the r ich and famous, woven together by some of the world’s greatest music from a genius who was dead at 35. Presented by arrangement with Dominie Drama Pty Ltd. Bookings: 6323 3666 or www.theatrenorth.com.au undermined the new Governor’s position and thwarted his attempts to establish a more enlightened approach to managing the convict system. The book is available from Fullers Bookshops in Hobart and Launceston. Give your life a lift. Wanted: A Dance Partner. From the moment Anna summons up the courage to answer the ad, sparks fly. Bookings: 6233 2299 or w w w.theatreroyal.com.au Life on the move April / May 2012 39
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