The Centralian advocate Fri 3 Mar 2006
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v. 59 no. 82
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Slip slaps on the songs for Fringe ALICE Springs musicians Ben Slip and Laura White were showcased at the Adelaide Fringe Festival's Fuse on Stage last night. Singer-songwriter.guitarist Slip said he felt privileged to be selected for the event. Fuse on Stage organisers describe the aim of the ev'ent as bringing together artists, promoters, managers, publishers, A&H representatives, press and live music lovers to network, share their knowleqge and discuss the topics at the foreaf the music industry. The program focuses Ben Slip on the live contemporary music industry and features showcase events, conferences and seminars designed to help musicians build their performan6e careers. Slip hopes that by attending the same festival and conference as rising star Amira, who had a song featured on a Triple' J album last year, it may result in the same benefits for him. Slip said: "Amira was telling me about last year and how it opened her eyes., "More and more the music industry wants you to build your own radio play before they take you on." The velvety-voiced musician, who can also play the keyboards and drums, has already done well locally. Tracks from his CD Time Tix On have been played on Centre FM, BHA, CAAMA, BCCC and ABC Territory Radio. All gig guide details must be phoned in (8950 9777) or (89509740) to the Centralian Advocate by Tuesday. BO'S SALOON: Broadcasting live 7 nights on four cams with live streaming on www.bosllvesaloon.com. 8.30pm until late; Sun 3.30pm-6.30pm - Kick back The Wizard and Oz live . SEAN'S IRISH BAR: Sun Spm-12am - Jam with Craig and Tara,' Thu from 9pm - Karaoke; Fri Tara 6-7pm, Tara and Herman 9pm-12am LASSETERS HOTEL CASINO (LIMERICK Thu 9pm until late - DJ,' Friday 7-11pm - The Sat from lOpm - Rf}tro with DJ Marty MELANKA PARTY BAR: Fri, Sat night - DJ Sun-Thu night - DJ Moet; Thu night - Mr AFL competition, with West Coast Eagles judges, Rex's Reptiles; Mon, Wed, Thu Who; THE LANE: - Fri from 7.30pm -Live music; Sat 7.30pm - Live music RSL CLUB: Fri 7.30pm untillate-DJ Darren Rum ALICE SPRINGS MEMORIAL CLUB: Fri 9pm late - Karaoke contest first heat; Sat from 8pm midnight - 2 Hot . TODD TAVERN: Mon night - Jam sessi.on with Little Todd River Band HEAVITREE GAP TAVERN: Sun to Fri music OUTBACK BAR AND GRILL: Fri from Spm from 2Hot FIRKiN AND HOUND: Fri 8.30pm until late and Cain Duo Sat 8.30pm until late - Stuie Who VOYAGES ALICE SPRINGS RESORT: Fri 6pm - Poolside Jazz Sessions 36 - Centralian Advocate, Friday, March 3, 2005 Widow Deneh's parade of nudes BOB Hoskins and Judi Dench in a scene from Mrs Henderson Presents. 200-203 Todd SI. www.menrorialclub.com.au Pit. 89522166 Fax. 89524393 Only for Members & Bona-fide Guests in the Company of a Member 'By REBECCA FALCONER MRS Henderson Presents is a funny, charming, moving and seemingly faultless film. Dame Judi Dench delivers a captivating performance as an upper class widow who buys a dilapidated Soho theatre, then turns it into a nude revue which never closes during World War II. But then, she always does put in a star turn. And the supporting cast is also excellent with Bob Hoskins, who is revealed in all his glory in one scene, in fine form and the world's first Pop Idol Will Young also does well in his acting debut as young performer Bertie. True storY Damm (Bob Hoskins) to turn the theatre round. They transform the venue into the home of an all-day revuedeville. But rival theatres copy and they have to find a new way to get the better of their competitors. Mrs Henderson decides that naked women on stage is the way forward. She manages to persuade prudish Lord Chamberlain (Christopher Guest) to agree on one condition - that the women remain still throughout each production. If they move, they break the law. But Mrs Henderson's battles with Lord Cromer known to the theatre owner as "little Tommy", much to his embarrassment - are soon superseded by an The cinematography even bigger conflict: and costumes are won- World War II. derful in this product- The first half of the ion, which is based on a film is sure to have true story. viewers laughing in the It is imp'ossible not to' aisles,. Later on .. iLwi1l . warm to the movie; It probably bring tears to combines a quirky the eyes of many. showbiz tale with stiff Dench and Hoskins upper lips in war-torn have a great .rapport. London. While Mrs Henderson Toff Laura and Van Damms reHenderson (Dench) is lationship was at times bored the moment she strained by the eccenbecomes a widow in the tric theatre owner's late 1930s and decides sometimes trying she needs a hobby. ways, it is clear by the N ever afraid to speak actors' performances her mischievous mind, , that they were deeply she soon finds the per- fond of each other. fect endeavour for her energies - renovating This is a class proSoho's Windmill Thea- duction. tre. Mrs Henderson She recruits out-of- Presents, rated M, is work showbiz impre- showing at the Alice sario Vivian Van Springs Cinemas. ARALUEN CINEMA 5X2 (FRANCE) From director Francois Ozon, starring Valeria BruniTedeschi. In 5x2 relationships are the source of fascination & despair. Why don't they last? This tender & sophisticated film adopts the "tell it backwards" strategy, starting with their divorce & ending with their first encounter. Rated MA. French with English subtitles. Sunday 5 March 7 pm . ARALUEN GAL~ERIES ' INTO THE LIGHT Featuring prints, drawings, watercolours, photographs & paintings spanning 35 years, this exhibition offers a chance to see works seldom displayed from the Araluen Collection. to Sunday 12 March ART OF GIVING: THE KOMON BEQUEST A variety of mediums and contrasts between abstract and traditional forms of Indigenous art from Central Australia .. to Sunday 7 May WEST END CAFE Open - 10.30am to 2.30pm Box Office phorie 8951 1122 . I I . I '. ' '\ '.' , ,'. j I' .. I I ' I
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