Territory Stories

Sun newspapers Wed 7 Sep 2011

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Title

Sun newspapers Wed 7 Sep 2011

Collection

Sun newspapers; NewspaperNT

Date

2011-09-07

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Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/234273

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/654851

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10 Sun Newspapers WEDNESDAY, September 7, 2011. ENTERTAINMENT WITH CLAYON BENNETT WHAT*WHERE*WHEN*WHAT*WHERE*WHEN*WHAT*WHERE*WHEN*WHAT*WHERE*WHEN*WHAT TODAY l Oceans, Deckchair Cinema, Kitchner Drv, 7.30pm, free l Sniper, Dinah Beach Crusing Yacht Association, 7pm TOMORROW l Rio, Deckchair Cinema, Kitchner Drive, 7.30pm, 18+, $15 l Neacombo Diffuzion last show, Beachfront Hotel, 9pm-late, free l Singer/songwriter sessions, Nirvana Restaurant, Smith St. 9pm to 2am, free l Mindil Beach Sunset Markets l Karaoke, Happy Yess, 9pm, free l The Break, Darwin Railway Club, 8pm, $25 FRIDAY l Meeks Cutoff/The Trip, Deckchair Cinema, Kitchner Drive, 7.30pm/9.30pm, $15 l Palmerston Markets, 5pm-9pm l Nik Almenor, Darwin City Library, 12.30pm, free l Heavy by Heavy, Darwin Entertainment Centre, 8pm, adult $35 l Stephan Bulmer, Casuarina Library, 12pm, free l Jordie Lane, Railway Club, 8pm l Kev Lymn and Dave Spry, Happy Yess, 9pm, $7 SATURDAY l The Trip / Snowtown, Deckchair Cinema, Kitchner Drive, 7.30pm/ 9.40pm, $15 each/$22 double l My Fat Greek Wedding, Darwin Waterfront, 7pm, free l Dave Garnham and Chris Jenkins, Happy Yess, 9pm, $10 SUNDAY l Meeks Cutoff, Deckchair Cinema, Kitchner Drv, 7.30pm, $15 l Top End Folk Club, Somerville Gardens Railway Club Parap, 2pm l Sunday Sessions, Howard Springs Tavern, 3pm onwards l Sunday Sessions, Palmerston Tavern, 3pm onwards l Johnnie Mac, Darwin Ski Club, 4.30pm, free l Tabu Ska, Dinah Beach Cruising Yacht Association, 6pm MONDAY l Snowtown, Deckchair Cinema, Kitchner Drive, 7.30pm, $15 l Gaye Coyne, Inside/Outside, Framed The Darwin Gallery, Mon to Sun to September 25 l The Book, Framed The Darwin Gallery, Mon to Sun to Sept 25 TUESDAY l The Trip, Deckchair Cinema, Kitchner Drive, 7.30pm, free l Jam session, Nirvana Restaurant, Smith St, 9pm to 2am, free l Rock n roll Tuesdays, Marrara Golf Club, Links Rd. $5 Breaking into a new band A RECIPE for surf rock success: take three parts Midnight Oil, one part Violent Femmes, add scoops of 70s and 80s influence and mix. With The Oils frontman Peter Garrett leaving the group to party with the ALP, the remaining members wanted to continue playing to crowds across the country. Enter ex-Violent Femmes bass player Brian Ritchie who in the last year relocated to Tasmania from the United States. Now with their powers combined, they are The Break (pictured). The Break has performed together for the past year and a half and has released its debut album Church of the Open Sky. The group is now touring across Australia and will play its first gig as a band at the Railway Club tomorrow night. After playing at the Melbourne International Arts Festival amongst other events with the Hoodoo Gurus, the performers are looking forward to their time in the NT. Drummer Rob Hirst said their philosophy on life is simply get in the Kombie with a sack of brown rice,. This easy-going attitude is one that jells well with the NT lifestyle. Hirst said the whole style of The Break is in tune with this. Hailing from the northern beaches of Sydney the band brings an energy of tough but energetic abandon. Its very liberating, Hirst said. This liberating sound is something they plan to bring to their NT show. See what, where, when below on for show details and costs Rock band Unbroken Expanse are one of the acts performing at Heavy by Heavy Community gets set to rock out DARWIN rock lovers will have a chance to see the best the city has to offer this Friday. The Darwin Entertainment Centre will be littered with guitar pedals, amps and microphone cords as rockers young and old hit the stage. Zac East, of local act Wicked Garden, has teamed up with Top End Terrors Nico Liengme to bring the music to the masses. We wanted to create something never done before locally, Liengme said. The promoter said the aim of the night was to showcase local bands and show what the Territory has to offer. The concert will be recorded for a live music DVD. Five of the best rock bands will play the gig, coming from all parts of the NT. Tennant Creek group Unbroken Expanse will join Wicked Garden, fellow locals Sex In The Desert, veteran Roy Mackonkey and Burrfoot to get the crowd headbanging. Burrfoot will also launch its new EP. The event was held last year at Happy Yess but has grown too large for the venue. We wanted to grow it and see live bands we love play, Liengme said. The line-up of local live energetic bands is set to knock punters socks off. It will be an absolutely stunning sound and light show. Heavy by Heavy, Darwin Entertainment Centre, Friday, 8pm, $25 Heres how you can win tickets Sun Newspapers have two double passes to give away to readers. For your chance to win simply email mailsun@thesuns. com.au with Heavy by Heavy as the title, along with your name, suburb and phone number. Winners will be drawn at random on Friday morning and will be notified the same day. Students moving to the beat DANCERS and singers are being inspired to imagine at this years Beat festival. The annual performance is an exhibition for local schools to display their artistic talent. Organisers are making the event a festival this year with three nights of performance, September 15, 16 and 17. The iconic Top End event is celebrating its 32nd year with the show at the Darwin Entertainment Centre. Over the three performances, several schools will dance on stage and across the venue. The schools performing Thursday night include Alyangula, Jingila, Nakara, Stuart Park, Wagaman and Wanguri. Friday night will highlight the talents of Alyangula, Bakewell, Berry Springs, Durack, Jabiru, Nightcliff, Parap, Leanyer and Woodroffe, while Saturday night will be Anula, Bees Creek, Humpty Doo, Girraween, Moil and Rosebery in the spotlight. Other entertainment will include a primary school chorale and various members of the community. Tennant Creek hip hop will be representing alongside rock acts, Darwin High School ballet dancer Hailey Kelly as well as entertainer Joseph Baronio. NT Music Schools Andy Mison said he wants the event to continue to grow. We hope more and more students perform in the years to come, he said. Tarot Master Manfred Zander 0403 083 598 Tarot & Palm Reading $30 inc recording Love: deep hidden fears from early childhood or past life, interfering in your relationships with loved ones. Money: no need to worry; a steady income will look after you. Health: a healthy week ahead of you. Love: think before committing; great love will manifest. Money: you will do well; however many reasons to worry about money still surround you. Health: potential sleeplessness combined with feeling restless and unbalanced. Love: need to take another look at original goal to see if it is still the love you want. Money: progress and easier time ahead; believe in your luck. Health: you will feel well and balanced. Love: a lot of stress and many discussions manifest finally the happiness you like. Money: possible loss of income; be patient success will return sooner or later. Health: you will feel well and stay healthy. Love: an old friend brings love and happiness. Money: you will achieve what you have in mind; go ahead. Health: potential bladder infection; increase your fluid intake. Love: unexpected event will take place; it will make you happy. Money: anything you buy or sell will make profit, you will be very successful in all of your enterprises. Health: a healthy body and clear mind. Love: indication of being uplifted by a letter from a loving friend. Money: your money is on the way up. Health: increase your physical exercises and you will feel healthy. Love: you are on the way to a lasting relationship. Money: invest into education; personal studies and curses will pay out well in the future. Health: increase your health awareness; potential virus infection. Love: expect some ups and downs; however keep going you will achieve what you want. Money: you are on the way up; success soon. Health: possible fatigue syndrome; avoid stress. Love: friends and lovers will please you and making you feeling happy and loved. Money: possible delay of a payment; practise patients and all will work out well. Health: you will feel healthy and strong this week. Love: good news; happiness and joy for the week. Money: you need a change of job or business; this way you will be more successful. Health: physical and mental health is well balanced, and you will feel healthy. Love: happiness through good honest attempts and a loving heart. Money: your action of the past will pay out; rise of income soon. Health: possible stress symptoms; have more rest.


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