The Centralian advocate Fri 2 Jun 2006
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40 Centralian Advocate, Friday, June 2, 2006 PU B : C A D V D A T E : 2-JU N -2006 PA G E : 40 C O L O R : C M Y K AliceAlice Live 200-203 Todd St. www.memorialclub.com.au Ph. 8952 2166 Fax. 8952 4393 Only for Members & Bona-fide Guests in the Company of a Member Tonight - from 9pm KARAOKE Saturday Night from 8pm FROZEN BALTIC MEMBERS CASH PROMO 5th fortnightly draws of 2 x $300.00 TONIGHT 3 GRANDFINAL DRAWS JUNE 30th $3,500.00 $2,000.00 $900.00 All Draws take place between 7pm & 9pm, Members must be present to win. See in-house adds for full conditions of entry. Permit No. AS31/06 All gig guide details must be phoned in (8950 9777) or faxed (8950 9740) to the Centralian Advocate by Tuesday. BOS SALOON: Broadcasting live 7 nights on four web camswith live streaming onwww.boslivesaloon.com.au 8.30pmuntil late.Sun3.30pm-6.30pmKickbackwith the Wizard and Oz live. SEANS IRISH BAR: Fri from 8pm-12am Tara and The ShopliftersSat singerAngeline from 8pmSun 8pm until late Jam session with Craig and Tara. ALICE SPRINGS GOLF CLUB:Strictly Salsa dance classes Tuesday nights. Beginners start 6.30pm, Intermediate at 7.45pm followed by free social dancing. LASSETERS HOTEL CASINO (LIMERICK INN): Fri from 7pm until 11pm The Remedy playing at the Convention Centre Retro Saturday from 10pm until late with DJ Marty. MELANKA PARTY BAR: FriFinke Girls Competition from 9pmDJ Steve from 8pm andDJ Julez from 12pmSatSuperstarpartywithDJSteveandDJJulez andCraigMorrison live from10pmuntil lateMonDJ Steve from 8pm and DJ Moet from 11pm Sun Trivia night from 8.30pm Mon DJ Moet and DJ Julez and MCDamo from 9pmTuesDJ Jules from 9pmWed DJ Jules and Craig Morrison live from 10pm Thurs DJ Steve and CraigMorrison live from 10pm andRexs Reptilesat 8.30pmFri M Party from9pmSat M Party and live tunes from Craig Morrison from 10pm Sun Triva and DJ Steve 8pm. THE LANE: Fri Basil Mikayla from 7pm Sat from 7pm Camel Soup jazz music. RSL CLUB: Fri 7.30pm until late DJ Darren Rumball. ALICE SPRINGS MEMORIAL CLUB: Fri Kareoke from 9pm Sat Frozen Baltic from 8pm until late. HEAVITREE GAP TAVERN: Live entertainment seven nights a week. Wed, Thurs and Sun Scotty and Chriss Comedy Show Thurs and Fri 6pm and 9pm Playgirls Australia and California Heat and from 7.30pm Sunday Roast night from 6.30pm and Rexs Reptile Show every Wed and Sun from 6.30pm. FIRKIN AND HOUND: Fri Live music from 9pm Sat The Remedy 8.30pm. OUTBACK BAR AND GRILL: Sat 7pm live music by Rock Wallabies didgeridoo, percussion and guitar. TODD TAVERN: Mon Jam session with The Little Todd River Band. 80 Todd Street, Alice Springs80 Todd Street, Alice Springs Phone: 08 89 522 873 Fax: 08 89 534 150 Only atOnly at www.boslivesaloon.com.au Only at www.boslivesaloon.com.au Its action packed X-Men back to thrill fans Movie review by CHELSEA ROGERS Halle Berry is Storm who along with (INSET) Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) helps teach young mutants at the school for the gifted. THE trilogy of the Marvel comic animation wont disappoint those seeking action and special effects in the latest installment of X-Men 3: The Last Stand. Closely following from the second X-Men film, X3 introduces audiences with a flashback of the first encounter between a young Jean Grey, Xavier and Magneto about 20 years ago. To date the X-Men team are still mourning the loss of Dr Jean Grey (FamkeJanssen)whowasapparently obliterated in a freak flash flood in a previous battle against the power greedy Magneto (Sir Ian McKellen). But (as there always is with a sequel) Dr Grey comes back from the dead. It turns out Dr Greys mutant gift of telekinetic powers, readingminds and the ability to lift objects with her mind, has a dark side. On a bad day she switches onher evil alter ego whichwreakshavoc andkills people. This makes for an interesting plot. Meanwhile Storm (Halle Berry) and Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) are helping the Professor (Patrick Stewart) teach young mutants at the school for the gifted. The government has finally captured bad-girl favourite Blue Mystique (Rebecca Romijn) hoping to lure Magneto and behind the back of the Secretary forMutant Affairs, Dr Hank McCoy aka Beast (a big, blue and hairy Kelsey Grammer) cunningly concocts a cure, which suppresses the mutant gene permanently. Whilenon-mutants think the cure is the best thing since sliced-bread, mutants are outraged and insulted and Magneto plays on this to rally together a mutant army. Magneto has plans to use the cure against other well-to-do mutants such as the elite X-Men team and kill a small boy whose role in the move this reviewer was still quite unsure of. X3 director Brett Ratner (Rush Hour) can expect many X-Men fans to mutate with rage and turn into the likes of one of his characters for killing off some old-time favourites. But at the same time Ratner is given the thumbsup forall thequick witty one liners that he gives to Wolverine who is played fabulously by Hugh Jackman time and time again. While X-Men 3 may sound all a little too technical it isnt and is still an enjoyable action-packed flick. X-Men 3:TheLast Stand is now showing at the Alice Springs Cinemas. Win Hotshots tickets SYDNEYS hottest hunks will turn up the heat when the Hotshots Simply Irresistible Tour 2 0 0 6 v i s i t s A l i c e Springs and Yulara on June 9 and 10. The Hotshots The No 1 girls night outwill see fivehot guys hit the stage at Alice Springs Todd Tavern and the Ayers Rock Residents Club. Audiences will be wowed with singing, dancing, comedy and a little romance in a twohour show. Marty,Gary,Ngarino, Dave and Billy put on an energy-charged performance, choreo graphed by one of Sydneys leading dancers, Gerry Symonds, from the famed Tap Dogs. The Hotshots have performed to sell-out crowds in some of Australias biggest venues. TheCentralianAdvocate will be giving away prize packs for each show. Valued at $65 each, six lucky winners will receive one free ticket to the show, a Hotshots Tour T-shirt, poster and key ring. Just put your name, address and phone number on the back of an envelope and send it to Hotshots Competition, PO Box 2200, AliceSprings, byTuesday, June 6. Just Wilde about Earnest THE classic play by Oscar Wilde, The Import ance of Being Earnest, is being performed at St Philips College. The final performance is on tonight at 7pm. Tickets cost $10 per adult and $5 for children.
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