Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

10; Things to Do Today

Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

10; Things to Do Today

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1. Australian Premiere of Annie Warbucks

EVERYONE is familiar with the story of little orphan Annie, whether it be through books, stage or TV musicals, and now we get to see the continuing story as this show picks up right from where Annie left off.

Fantasy, adventure, romance - a family show to delight all ages, children and adults alike. The cast range from the ages of 3-55, with some newcomers to stage as well as some seasoned performers. Ella Sinclair, 11, plays Annie Warbucks. Directed by Alison Goodwin and choreographed by Britt Goodwin who also stars in the show as the seductive Mrs Kelly.

Where: Nambour Civic Centre.

When: Friday at 6.30pm, Saturday at 2pm.

2. Collectorama Fair

COLLECTORAMA brings dealers from all over South East Queensland and beyond. Packed with vintage, antiques, retro and collectables this giant fair provides rich hunting territory and affordable prices. There's an ATM onsite, no fee for parking.

Where: Nambour Showgrounds.

When: Saturday, 7.30am-2.30pm.

Cost: Entry is $5 each, or 2 shillings in pre-decimal coinage, kids under 12 free admission.

Inquiries: Phone Tom Wall on 0418744887 or email him at wall@ bigpond.com.

3. Tech Expo

ENGAGE in fun, interactive technology at the Sunshine Coast Tech Expo. Presenters include State Library of Queensland, University of Sunshine Coast, U3A Grafx Group, local businesses, schools and artists.

Where: Beerwah Library.

When: Saturday, 9am-3pm.

Cost: Free.

Inquiries: Visit www.library.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au or phone 54758989.

4. 2015 Dreaming BIG concert series

PROMISING to be a star-studded musical highlight of the 2015 Dreaming Big concert series, The Glasshouse Trio will be performing Romantic Giants. Experience three outstanding Australian musicians of The Glasshouse Trio offering the highest calibre performance of Beethoven, Frankel, Schultz and Brahms in a magnificent combination of clarinet, cello and piano.

Where: Eudlo Hall, Rosebed St.

When: Saturday, 7-9pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.

Cos t: $45 music lover, $35 early bird and concession, $20 student, $100 group and family.

Bookings: Visit www.eventbrite. com.au and search for Romantic Giants.

5. EMERGE Music Workshop

THREE vibrant and dynamic leading musicians from Australia's Glasshouse Trio are presenting a community workshop for aspiring musicians and local ensembles. Do you play strings, woodwind or piano? Do you play in a duo, trio, quartet or string, wind or mixed ensemble? Have you got music needing a polish ready for an upcoming performance, eisteddfod or exam? The EMERGE workshop is an amazing opportunity to learn with master musicians.

Where: Eudlo Hall, Rosebed St.

When: Saturday, 10am-noon.

Cos t: $40 per performing spot, group or ensemble, $10 per family, observer or music teacher, includes scrumptious morning tea. …

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