King Lear is on at Jetty Memorial Theatre.
King Lear is on at Jetty Memorial Theatre. Picasa

Entertaining weekend ahead

THERE is a broad variety of entertainment on offer across the Coffs Coast this weekend, with something to please every lover of the arts.

King Lear
Chats Productions at Jetty Memorial Theatre
July 21 at 8pm, July 22 at 2pm
Bookings: at the box office or on the web at www.jettytheatre.com
Prices: $25, $22 concession, special price $20 for groups of ten or more.

Rotary International Cartoon Awards
Bunker Gallery, Coffs Harbour
Saturday, July 21, 2012
Bunker Cartoon Gallery, John Champion Way, Coffs Harbour
$25.00 per head including drinks and canapé
For information and bookings call (02) 6651 7343.

Coffs City Orchestra
Nambucca Entertainment Centre
Riudge St, Nambucca Heads
Sunday July 22, 2.00pm
Entry is $10 and $5 concession (children free of charge).
Afternoon tea will be available after the concert for a gold coin donation.
Terry Oldfield - Journey Into Space

Bellingen Memorial Hall, Hyde St, Bellingen
World acclaimed composer and flautist Terry Oldfield, supported by Noam Blatt.
Friday August 3, 7.00pm
Tickets from $20 through moshtix
Enquiries: Contact Sargolais 07 5306 1400 or 0415 800 888

Bello-Africa Dance
Bellingen Memorial Hall
Saturday August 4, 6pm to 10pm
African food for sale plus drinks and desserts
$15 entry (under 12's free - must with an adult)
Tickets from Roots Records Bellingen and at the door
An alcohol and drug-free event

Sydney Conservatorium
Classical and Jazz Concert
Nambucca Entertainment Centre
Sunday August 5, 2pm
Tickets $15 (Arts Council members - $12) and students $5 at door on the day.



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