Home' Phillip Island and San Remo Advertiser : November 11 2015 Contents PAGE 16 - THE ADVERTISER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2015
161 Marine Parade, San Remo, 3925
T: 5678 5205
AHA VICTORIA - BEST LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
VENUE 2010, 2011 & 2013
WHAT’S ON AT
Fri Nov 13 - Barney 9.30pm No c/c
Sat Nov 14 - Jim & Richie Laing 9.30pm
Sun Nov 15 - Jimi Hocking 5.30pm No c/c
Fri Nov 20 - Jason Mohi 9.30pm No c/c
Sat Nov 21 - Pierce Brothers 9pm $25/$30
Sun Nov 22 - 8 Ball Aitken 5.30pm No c/c
Fri Nov 27 - Troy Kemp 9pm $20/$25
Sat Nov 28 - Corona Extra Presents...
The Preatures 9pm No c/c
Fri Dec 4 - Krista Polvere 9.30pm No c/c
Sun Dec 6 - Pugsley Buzzard 5.30pm
The Songs of Legends
Featuring Dave McMillan
Friday, November 20, 2015
7.30pm bar opens, show starts 8pm
Tickets $27 - book online www.phillipislandrsl.com.au
19th Hole Bar & Function Centre
at Phillip Island Golf Club
'Songs of the Legends'
A Radio Play at
746 Ventnor Road, Ventnor
REFLECTIONS & CONFESSIONS
An evening of monologues
Thursday 26, Friday 27 and Saturday,
$30 per ticket (all inclusive). Arrival drinks and nibbles served
from 7.30pm. Show begins at 8pm, supper & drinks afterwards.
Tickets can be bought online through TryBooking
http://www.trybooking.com/166945 OR phone Sara 0422 576 139
Tickets will not be available at the venue.
What s on this week...
Jimi Hocking Sunday
session at The Westernport
MELBOURNE-based blues guitarist
Jimi Hocking is making his hotly antici-
pated return to The Westernport Hotel,
San Remo this Sunday November 15,
for what is set to be another packed out
Sunday Session at The Westernport.
The talented blues artist has been
rocking The Westernport with a string of
Sunday Session dates over the past sev-
eral months, and has built up a huge fol-
lowing in San Remo and Phillip Island.
So needless to say, this week's Sun-
day Session is set to be nothing short of
epic, kicking off at 5.30pm in the front
bar and free of charge.
Into his 25th year of song writing, re-
cording and performance, Jimi Hocking
has solidified himself as a leader of Aus-
tralian blues and guitar playing.
Having released a staggering 14 solo
albums as well as fronting and playing
in numerous iconic Australian bands
over the years including The Astroboys,
The Angels, The Screaming Jets, Jimi
the Human and Spectre 7, his on-stage
performances have secured intense ac-
claim from all corners of the Australian
Following his win at the 2005 Interna-
tional Blues Challenge, Jimi's success
also sky-rocketed globally.
His style of performance combining
banter with storytelling, wailing guitar
and mandolin with fantastic song writ-
ing and performance, has secured Ji-
mi's place under the heading of a 'must-
So make sure you're there!
To book a table for dinner call The
Westernport's friendly staff on 5678
5205, or make sure you're in the front
bar from 5pm on Sunday.
Sunday Sessions at The Western-
port... Where else!
Melbourne-based blues guitarist Jimi Hocking will
return to San Remo's Westernport Hotel on Sunday.
Reflections and confessions
THE Phillip Island
Offshore Theatre is pre -
senting 'A Radio Play' at
Over three evenings,
Offshore will present a
series of monologues
called 'Reflections and
The title itself along
with the setting will
make a perfect evening's
entertainment for the -
Many of Offshore The -
atre's favourites will
be performing with
Ash Reed, Babs Ker-
rison, Sylvia Owers,
Christina O'Toole, John
Swarbrick, Jan Coul-
son, Sara Fleisner and
Gaetan Nemorin all tak-
The monologues en-
compass poetry and
prose and are mainly
humorous in tone, al-
though there are a few
The performances are
limited to 50 people
seated in church pews,
so we encourage you
to book early. The cost
of the evening is $30
which includes drinks
and nibbles before and
after the performance.
Arrival drinks will be
served from 7.30pm and
the performance will be -
gin at 8pm, supper and
drinks will be served
The dates of the three
performances are No -
vember 26, 27 and 28.
Tickets can be bought
online through Try-
phone Sara on 0422 576
The entrance to Tre -
navin Chapel is at 746
Ventnor Road, Ventnor.
Tickets will not be
available at the venue.
Informative bus trip, and everyone is welcome
PHILLIP Island World Vision
Club is privileged to offer an in-
formative and interesting day out
on Tuesday, November 17.
Travelling by bus, the first port
of call will be a visit to the Ad-
vanced Manufacturing Facility at
Housing some of the most
advanced manufacturing tech-
nologies available, the Advanced
Manufacturing Precinct brings
design and engineering togeth-
er, from digital design to digi-
tal manufacturing, focusing in
particular on 3D printing of ad-
vanced high value add products
Illustrating the advances made
through the process of Bioengi-
neering, this process enables the
fabrication of new and complex
organic and inorganic struc-
Research is focused on ad-
vanced limb reconstruction,
surgical guides and just-in-time
From RMIT the group will trav-
el to Docklands for lunch, where
a variety of eating places offer
food ranging from a simple sand-
wich, to a more robust meal.
A tour of the Shrine of Remem-
brance will take place in the af-
ternoon. The tour highlights the
architectural features and sym-
bolism of this great building.
The group will also visit the
Courtyard, Crypt and the Sanc-
The bus departs from Cowes
at 8am with pick-ups along the
highway and at San Remo.
Cost is $30 (excluding lunch)
and bookings are essential.
For enquiries and tickets, call
Thelma on 5678 5549 or Val on
All proceeds from the day will
go to World Vision projects in
Australia and overseas.
Bandicoot caught on night camera
CHURCHILL Island's Eastern
Barred Bandicoots will be the
subject of the next Friends of
Churchill Island Society (FOCIS)
meeting, to be held on Saturday,
November 14, starting at 1.30pm
at the Churchill Island Visitor
The speaker will be Dr Duncan
Sutherland from Phillip Island
Nature Parks, who are partnering
with Zoos Victoria on the project
to breed bandicoots on Churchill
Why Churchill Island?
And how well are the bandi-
Come along to find out.
All welcome. Afternoon tea
to follow. Enquiries Christine
Grayden, Secretary, 5956 8501.
The Legends are coming to Cowes!
THE Phillip Island RSL pres-
ents The Legends Show, to be
held not at the RSL but at the
19th Hole Bar and Function
Centre, on Friday, November 20
The show promises to be a
very entertaining one, with a
night full of songs we grew up
with on the program; from Bob
Dylan, Joe Cocker, James Tay-
lor and Elton John performed
by David McMillan (vocals and
guitar) to David Allardice (vo -
cals and piano)
The show also integrates a fun
trivia competition about the art-
Tickets are only $27 and can
be booked on line at www.phil-
Quotes by Phil Manning: "fan-
tastic" and Gillian and David
Helfgott: "stunning vocals" in-
dicate this is a show not to be
Bar opens at 7.30pm and the
show commences at 8pm.
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