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Vinyl Palooza is back! Sat 6th & Sun 7th November will feature VINYL, CDs &…

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This is certainly a contender for the title of State Theatre’s best play of the 2010 season, so far, and it definitely deserves good audiences.

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Letters to Ali by director Clara Law is screening as part of the OzAsia Film Festival’s Hong Kong on Screen. This year’s retrospective showcases the work of internationally acclaimed director Clara Law.

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The performances are superb, as Woo Cheol Im and Joo Won Lee as the Bridegroom and Bride, Jung Hwa Lee as the Boy and Hyun Ah Koo in a range of smaller roles, use a range of skills to bring their characters to life and engage us with their travels and trials.

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The Tutti Choir are well known for their uplifting concerts, but this one was something else again, as they gave the first half of the concert themselves and then handed over the stage for the second half of the concert to the Choir of Hope and Inspiration

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The concentration on the faces of the performers was a guide to the complexity of the pieces, not only the intricacy of the drumming but also the choreography that accompanied the playing.

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This is a fine effort by these young people and is worth wider audiences. All schools should see this.

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