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What s on this week...
What s on this week...
Rock and roll characters from Grade 5 and 6 are among the stars of San Remo’s Rocky
San Remo’s Rocky Monster
school musical plays this week
THE San Remo Primary
School will present its whole
school musical ‘The Rocky
Monster Show’ over two fast
moving and exciting perfor-
mances at the San Remo Rec-
reation Centre, this Wednes-
day and Thursday night.
Bizarre, anarchic and very
funny, this rock ‘n’ roll mu-
sical is a riotous mix of the
Addams Family, Young Fran-
kenstein and Phantom of the
Opera, with Rebecca and The
Rocky Horror Show thrown in
for good measure!
The plot evolves when Bar-
on Frankenstein’s descendant,
an ex-pop star turned Profes-
sor of Genetics, creates DNA
moulds of people in his com-
How these moulds come to
life as the ultimate rock group,
headed by a clone of Elvis
himself, is the highlight of the
‘Evolution’ opens this dra-
matic performance and the
narrator sets the scene.
What follows are unusual en-
counters, and a myriad of co-
lourful characters singing their
way through the scenes, as
Professor Fenton tries to bring
his rock group back to life.
The audience will be treated
to some of the greatest songs of
all time as the plot winds along
including Lady Love by the Su-
perbs, and Elvis Presley’s Hard
Act to Follow.
A whole school rendition of
Time Warp concludes a hilari-
ous and happy 90 minutes of
The show is certainly one not
to be missed. It’s on at the San
Remo Recreation Centre on
Wednesday (two shows, 11am
and 7pm) and on Thursday at
Tickets are available at the
school or door on the night.
Tickets are $10 for adults
and $5 for concession and
children under 16
Brodie Bush plays the beautiful Elsa.
Cain Herbert does a great job as an Elvis
Ella Bracher, Jaycess Trewarvis and Isabelle Jones play-
ing ‘The Superbs’ and are truly superb in the Rocky Mon-
EACH year representatives
of the voluntary environment
groups in Bass Coast get to-
gether for a walk in a place
of interest, afternoon tea with
networking, and a roundta-
ble discussion of all that has
been achieved for the last year
and is planned for the year to
The get-together is hosted
by a different group each year,
and in 2017 it will be hosted
by the Phillip Island Conserva-
The venue for the meeting on
Saturday, October 14 will be
the Koala Conservation Cen-
tre, complements of the Phillip
Island Nature Parks.
The walk will be a guided
walk by a member of the
Friends of Scenic Estate Re-
serve, at the Reserve.
For those unable to walk that
far, a few passes are available
for the Koala Conservation
Groups will meet at the KCC
at 1.30pm, and car pool to
the Reserve, with the walk be-
tween 1.45pm and 3.15pm.
Afternoon tea, funded by
Bass Coast Shire, will be from
3.15 to 3.45, and the infor-
mation exchange will be from
3.45 to 5pm.
This is always an excellent
event and all Bass Coast envi-
ronment groups are welcome
to send representatives.
Please RSVP by Monday Oc-
tober 9 to Christine Grayden,
phone 5956 8501, or email:
Environment groups meet
THE Andy Scott Quintet will be appearing in
the Bass Room at Ramada Resort on Sunday,
September 17 from 2pm – 5pm.
Andy Scott has spent the last few years with
CW Stoneking playing on his current album Gon’
Boogaloo with over 100 sold out shows includ-
ing 42 shows in 52 days all over Europe and UK,
a week-long tour of Brazil, tour of New Zealand,
various gigs in all Australian capital cities as well
as many of the big festivals like Splendor in the
Grass, The Falls Festival, Marion Bay, Melbourne
Zoo Twilights and Sydney Zoo Twilights.
Now he has his own swing band playing bass
and singing the Andy Scott Quintet.
He has also has formed R’n’B band GAP with
drummer/vocalist Gary Young.
Steve Temple has been part of the Melbourne
music scene since moving from Queensland in
He plays a diverse range of styles including jazz,
swing, R&B, soul/funk, Gypsy jazz, country and
Gary Young is a singer, song writer and multi-
instrumentalist who plays drums, piano and gui-
tar and has played in some of Australia’s favou-
rite bands including Daddy Cool.
Jo Abbott is a Melbourne based pianist and
accordionist with over 20 years of performance
experience nationally and internationally.
Jo currently performs French musette with
local bands such as’ Django Rhythm’ and ‘Belle
Musette’, and has been pianist with Melbourne’s
“Downbeat Big Band” since 2006.
Guitarist Sam (The Man) Lemann moved to
Melbourne in 1990 following a tour with the Perth
based band The Jam Tarts.
Prior to this he won the 1983 National Guitar
Competition at Tamworth at the age of 16 and led
a busy musical life.
After moving to Melbourne Sam became a
regular member of The Moovin’ and Groovin’ Or-
chestra, Andy Baylor’s Cajun Combo and Gypsy
Swing. He is also an intermittent member of many
ensembles such as The Swinging Sidewalks, The
Romana German Trio, and Uncle Bill.
He has also appeared on over 40 CDs!
For more information contact Robin Blackman
0432 814 407 or Jill Boyce on 0417 416 300.
Andy Scott (pictured) and his jazz quartet will be playing at the September Phillip Island
Andy Scott quintet at Phillip Island jazz
IT WAS a full house at the Cheeky Goose for
the White Water Sound Co night last week, with
a full line-up bands and singers including Skull
Fork, Oliver Downes, Shoeshine and Silicon
Water Sound Co is a volunteer run not-for-
profit organisation that wish to provide an ex-
perience for both artists and music lovers by
partnering with venues that share their vision.
Which is to create a supportive culture in ven-
ues around Bass Coast and South Gippsland
for local musicians to perform original music of
all genres, for those who love live music.
Tickets were just $10 and dinner was avail-
It was a fantastic night. The music was amaz-
ing, was the general consensus on the night.
Skull Fork started the evening’s entertain-
ment and did not disappoint.
They are definitely a crowd favourite.
Oliver Downes and Shoe Shine put on a great
show with Silicon Valley finishing off the eve-
“Cheeky Goose Cafe supports local live origi-
nal music,” said Rob van den Brink.
“We are proud to be a venue for White Water
Sound Co and eagerly await their next show at
Cheeky Goose,” Rob said.
Crowd favourite Skull Fork are pictured in
action at Cheeky Goose last week.
A full house at Cheeky Goose
lege’s Year 9 Biggest
Morning Tea combines
fundraising for the
Cancer Council with
the Community Proj-
ects program where
elderly residents are
invited to attend and
join in the fun.
More than 250 peo-
ple attend the event
each year including
all Year 9 students, el-
derly citizens from the
Projects program, Ne-
whaven College Preps,
and their Year 6 bud-
dies and parents.
Special morning tea
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