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WEDNESDAY, July 31, 2013. Sun Newspapers 15 SUNNewspapers >> Entertainment Your week ahead with Tarot Master MANFRED ZANDER SUN STARS ARIES MAR 21 - APR 19 Love: make the change you want now; dont hold on to the past. Money: wait and see; do not act prematurely. Health: possible throat infection; take precautions. LEO JUL 23 - AUG 22 SAGITTARIUS NOV 21 - DEC 21 TAURUS APR 20 - MAY 20 VIRGO AUG 23 - SEP 22 CAPRICORN DEC 22 - JAN 19 GEMINI MAY 21 - JUN 21 LIBRA SEP 23 - OCT 23 AQUARIUS JAN 20 - FEB 18 CANCER JUN 22 - JUL 22 SCORPIO OCT 24 - NOV 21 PISCES FEB 19 - MAR 20 Love: you are on the right path; a deep heart connection soon. Money: you will be successful; follow up what you have planned. Health: you will feel well and stay healthy. Love: dont listen to gossip and believe in the person you love. Money: easy achievements; money and jobs come without much effort. Health: potential bladder infections; increase your fluid intake. Love: watch out for do-gooders or someone with many promises; consider carefully before becoming involved. Money: jobs and business will now improve; look forward to success. Health: a healthy week in front of you. Love: you are under divine protection; all relationship problems will be solved quickly. Money: a successful and profitable cycle is ahead of you; enjoy the week. Health: you will feel well and feel fit and strong. Love: your vision is blocked with worries; there will be a change for the better soon. Money: hard work will pay off; go ahead with your strategies. Health: potential stress symptoms; increase your time of sleep. Love: change your view; dont give up, happiness around the corner. Money: now is the time to make your dreams come true; start this week. Health: you will stay healthy; no need for any concern. Love: avoid any commitment in the moment; you need more time. Money: you will be successful and doing well. Health: you will feel well and past illnesses will heal now. Love: a need to search for deeper meaning in life; do not act prematurely. Money: control your cash flow and stick to your budget; not the right time for investments. Health: you will stay healthy despite possible illnesses. Love: a happy and joyful week ahead of you; look forward to the future. Money: you will do well in jobs and business; the stars are in excellent position. Health: all possible illnesses will heal quickly. Love: a karmic lesson that must be fully understood. Accept and dont give up. Money: wait and see; situations will turn out a lot better than you think. Health: stay away from stress; potential migraine attack. Love: whatever you want is possible now; open your heart and go ahead with your plans. Money: the wheel of fortune is turning in your favour; progress and success ahead. Health: you will feel well. INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS AND BONAFIDE GUESTS 19 @ Palmerston Golf Course BISTRO Cnr. University Ave & Dwyer Crt, Driver Caddies 8932 1324 - Pro Shop 8932 2681 From 12-2pm & 4-7pm SUNDAYS From 6pm TUE - SATOPEN SUNDAY ROAST Every Sunday 4pm - 7pm ON LY $15 Per Person + = Thursday July 4 Wednesday July 10 CINEMAS PALMERSTON Ph 8931 2555 Palmerston Hub Complex www.cmaxcinema.com.au All session times are subject to change. CHEAP TUESDAYS! Tickets To All Movies - $12, 3D - $16 (Excludes Public Holidays, Includes the $3 3D Surcharge & $1 Glasses Fee) * Includes the $3 3D Surcharge & $1 Glasses Fee. THE WORLDS END [MA15+] NFL DAILY (EX SAT SUN MON) 12.25, 4.55, 6.30 & 9.25PM SAT SUN MON 12.25, 6.30 & 9.25PM THE WOLVERINE [M] DAILY 10AM, 2.30 & 7PM THE WOLVERINE [M] 3D DAILY (EX SAT SUN MON) 1.15, 4PM & 8.40PM SAT SUN MON 4PM & 8.40PM PACIFIC RIM [M] DAILY (EX SAT SUN MON) 10.30AM, 3.45 & 6.50PM SAT SUN MON 2.10 & 6.30PM THE LONE RANGER [M] DAILY (EX SAT SUN MON) 10.15AM & 8.45PM SAT SUN MON 1PM & 8.50PM MAN OF STEEL [M] DAILY (EX SAT SUN MON) 1PM SAT SUN MON 3.50PM THIS IS THE END [MA15+] DAILY (EX SAT SUN MON) 12.15, 4.40 & 9.20PM SAT SUN MON 1.45, 4.55 & 9.15PM THE HEAT [MA15+] DAILY (EX SAT SUN MON) 10AM, 2.20 & 6.30PM SAT SUN MON 4.40 & 7PM CINDERELLA [G] SAT SUN MON 12NOON MONSTERS UNIVERSITY [G] SAT SUN MON 10.15AM DESPICABLE ME 2 [PG] SAT SUN MON 10AM & 12.15PM EPIC [PG] SAT SUN MON 10AM Beatles back to life DARWIN Symphony Orchestra is returning to Gardens Amphitheatre with Beatlemania for its annual free concert on Friday. ConocoPhillips Symphony: DSO has Beatlemania will feature the iconic music of The Beatles from hip 1960s favourites including Yellow Submarine and Twist and Shout, through to the psychedelic era and the legendary Sgt Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band. About 4000 people are expected to pack the Amphitheatre lawns. The orchestras new artistic director Matthew Wood said the classic Beatles music will create a sensational night of entertainment. Special guest stars including The Beatnix, Australias longestrunning Beatles tribute band, will join the Darwin Symphony Orchestra for this amazing event, Mr Wood said. With authentic costumes and original instruments, the audience will get the opportunity to experience the raw excitement of the Beatles concerts. The Beatles are one of the worlds best-known and bestloved bands, Mr Wood said. Their music is timeless, with tunes that everyone, of any age, can relate to and enjoy. We all think of different things when the Beatles are mentioned. For me, I am constantly amazed at the extraordinary journey these four individuals went on over their creative lives as the Beatles and beyond. From the humble boy band in Liverpool, rooted in skiffle and 1950s rock and roll, to the crazed touring and the maniacal mob scenes that greeted them wherever they went, to psychedelic studio-focused experimentalists. This is a group of four young Liverpudlians that were to change the course of popular music forever. As part of the fun, the orchestra is asking guests to dress as their favourite Beatle. John, Paul, George and Ringo look-a-likes or clever interpretations will be identified during the concert and a prize awarded to the best dressed. Entry is gold-coin donation. Pack a picnic or buy refreshments there. Licensed bar onsite, strictly no BYO alcohol. Gates open 5.30pm for 7.30pm start. Skarlett is ready to rock the HP Underground on Friday. Picture: ELISE DERWIN Locals to rock UP-AND-COMING local bands will support Melbourne alternative rock group The Getaway Plan on the Darwin leg of its The Lovesick Tour at HP Underground this Friday. Local bands Skarlett and Chasin Aces said they plan to rock the venue. Pop punk band Skarlett features Jack Weaver, Sam Weaver, Arran Barker and Lachlan Barker. Getting acts like The Getaway Plan to come to Darwin is huge, but its even bigger that theyre willing to engage local bands to support their show, Arran said. Armed with a new bass player and renewed drive, The Getaway Plans tour will see some new material brought to life along with some old crowd favourites and forgotten gems. Skarlett will perform songs from their second EP Life So Far as well as some new, unrecorded material. Doors open 8pm, tickets $20.
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