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Australian Tour 1978-1979

Paul Robi & the World Famous Platters

16-Feb-1979

2-Mar-1979

Canberra Theatre

music (vocal)

1.program

Crown Matrimonial by Royce Ryton

Peter Williams Productions: directed by Peter Williams, starring June Salter & Kevin Howard

20-Feb-1979

24-Feb-1979

Canberra Theatre

drama

1.program

Jean-Francois Paillard Orchestra in concert

French Chamber Ensemble

26-Feb-1979

26-Feb-1979

Canberra Theatre

music

1.program

Flaw (The) by Mil Perrin

Fortune Theatre Company*, directed by Mil Perrin

26-Feb-1979

9-Mar-1979

Canberra Theatre Foyer

drama

1.flyer 2.newspaper clipping

Galapagos Duck in concert

Galapagos Duck (Musica Viva Australia presenters)

27-Feb-1979

27-Feb-1979

Canberra Theatre

music

1.group profile

Sound of Music (The) by Rodgers & Hammerstein

Canberra Philharmonic Society*, produced by Eileen Gray

28-Feb-1979

10-Mar-1979

The Playhouse

musical

1.program

Claude Dupras & Ray Thornley in concert

Claude Dupras & Ray Thornley (Music Players* presenters)

3-Mar-1979

3-Mar-1979

Canberra Theatre

music (organ)

1.programx2

Interfaith Service for Canberra Week

local faith groups

6-Mar-1979

6-Mar-1979

Canberra Theatre

religious service

1.program

Why Not Stay for Breakfast by Gene Stone & Ray Cooney

Derek Nimmo and Helen Gill starring, (JC Williamson presenters)

8-Mar-1979

17-Mar-1979

Canberra Theatre

comedy

1.program 2. insert

Sequence of Events by George MacEwan Green

Fortune Theatre Company*

13-Mar-1979

23-Mar-1979

Canberra Theatre foyer

drama

1.flyer forthcoming production 2.newspaper clipping

Derek Nimmo at Lunch

Derek Nimmo

14-Mar-1979

14-Mar-1979

Maggies Restaurant

lunch/comedy

1.newspaper clipping

Irina Plotnikova in concert

Irina Plotnikova

15-Mar-1979

15-Mar-1979

Canberra Theatre

music

1.program

Grand Tour (The) by Jane McCulloch (part of Great English Eccentrics season) : The Lunatic, The Lover and the Poet/

Prospect Theatre Company, starring Derek Jacobi, Timothy West, Julian Glover

20-Mar-1979

20-Mar-1979

Canberra Theatre

drama

1.program

Smith of Smiths by Jane McCulloch (part of Great English Eccentrics)

Prospect Theatre Company, starring Derek Jacobi, Timothy West, Julian Glover, Isla Blair

21-Mar-1979

21-Mar-1979

Canberra Theatre

drama

1. program (combined)

Lunatic, the Lover and the Poet (The) by Jane McCulloch (part of Great English Eccentrics)

Prospect Theatre Company, starring Derek Jacobi, Timothy West, Julian Glover, Isla Blair

22-Mar-1979

22-Mar-1979

Canberra Theatre

drama

1.program (combined)

Romeo and Juliet by Gounod

Canberra Opera*, conducted by Richard McIntyre (Canberra Times presenters)

5-Apr-1979

9-Apr-1979

Canberra Theatre

music (opera)

1.program

Room (The) by Harold Pinter

Fortune Theatre Company*, directed by John Paisley

9-Apr-1979

27-Apr-1979

Theatre Foyer

drama

1.program(2)

Kingfisher (The) by William Douglas Home

Googie Withers, John McCallum & Frank Thring starring, directed by George Ogilvie (Malcolm C Cooke presenters)

19-Apr-1979

25-Apr-1979

Canberra Theatre

comedy

1.program 2.newspaper clipping

Pam Ayres: Thoughts of a late-night knitter

Pam Ayres (Clifford Hocking presenter)

26-Apr-1979

27-Apr-1979

Canberra Theatre

comedy

1.program

Two for the See-Saw by William Gibson

Chelsea Brown & Gus Mercurio starring (Dunlopillo, Insulwood & Mr A Mercurio presenters)

28-Apr-1979

5-May-1979

The Playhouse

comedy

1.program

Gus Mercurio & Chelsea Brown at Lunch

Gus Mercurio & Chelsea Brown

4-May-1979

4-May-1979

Canberrra Theatre Restaurant

lunch/comedy

1.newspaper clipping

Losers by Brian Friel

Fortune Theatre Company*, directed by Pamela Rosenberg

7-May-1979

11-May-1979

The Playhouse

drama

1.program 2. flyer

Black Chiffon by Leslie Storm

Tuggeranong Amateur Players*, directed by Edith Thompson

16-May-1979

19-May-1979

The Playhouse

drama

1. program 2. flyers

Godspell, a musical based upon the gospel according to St Matthew

Canberra Repertory Society, directed by Michael Lanchbery

21-May-1979

21-May-1979

Canberra Theatre

musical

1.program

Danish Handcraft Guild Exhibition

organised by Stadia Handcrafts (Sydney)

23-May-1979

1-Jun-1979

Theatre Centre Gallery

exhibition

1.poster

Big Band Sound '79 (The)

Band of the Royal Military College, Duntroon* & Royal Australian Air Force Central Band

24-May-1979

25-May-1979

Canberra Theatre

music (band)

1.programx2 2.flyer

Statements by Athol Fugard

Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust,starring Olive Bodill & Anthony Wheeler, directed by Gillian Owen

28-May-1979

9-Jun-1979

Canberra Theatre Centre

drama

1.program

Coppelia by Delibes

Australian Ballet, directed by George Ogilvie

2-Jun-1979

7-Jun-1979

Canberra Theatre

dance (ballet)

1.program 2.cast lists 6-June; 7-June

Viva indonesia by Richard Fotheringham

Popular Theatre Troupe

11-Jun-1979

16-Jun-1979

The Playhouse

variety

1.program

Art Exhibition

Zoe Diamantopoulos and Tim Boutsis

22-Jun-1979

23-Jun-1979

Canberra theatre Centre Gallery

exhibition

1.poster

Romeros Trio (The) in concert: Australian Tour 1979

Romeros Trio (The) (Sturgess Concerts presenters)

25-Jun-1979

25-Jun-1979

Canberra Theatre

music (guitar)

1.program

A Star is Torn by Robyn Archer

Malcolm C Cooke & Associates present Robyn Archer

26-Jun-1979

30-Jun-1979

The Playhouse

drama

1.program

Chris Langham, Superman

Chris Langham (Malcom C Cooke presenter)

29-Jun-1979

30-Jun-1979

Canberra Theatre

comedy (one-man show)

1.program

Marriage of Figaro (The) by Mozart

Canberra Opera*, produced by Jonathan Hardy, conductor Donald Hollier

4-Jul-1979

7-Jul-1979

Canberra Theatre

music (opera)

1.programx2

David Kossoff in concert: nation wide tour 1979

David Kossoff (Australian Jaycees presenters)

8-Jul-1979

8-Jul-1979

Canberra Theatre

one man show

1.program 2. local cast insert

Marcia Hines in concert

Marcia Hines (Personal Management presenters)

9-Jul-1979

9-Jul-1979

Canberra Theatre

music (vocal)

1.program

John McLaughlin and the One Truth Band in concert

John McLaughlin and the One Truth Band (ACE presenters)

10-Jul-1979

10-Jul-1979

Canberra Theatre

music (jazz-rock)

1.program

Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov

Fortune Theatre Company*, directed by Pamela Rosenberg

11-Jul-1979

21-Jul-1979

The Playhouse

drama

1.programx2 2.flyer

Kolobok Dance Companyof Australia

Australia's Folkloric Dance Company

14-Jul-1979

14-Jul-1979

Canberra theatre

dance (folkloric)

1.program

Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marrigolds (The)by Paul Zindel

Church of England Girls' Grammar School* directed by Eulea Knowles

25-Jul-1979

28-Jul-1979

The Playhouse

drama

1.program

Witness (The) by Jimmy & Carol Owens

Robert Colman starring, produced by Jean Darnall (Jimmy & Carol Owens presenters)

27-Jul-1979

28-Jul-1979

Canberra Theatre

musical (gospel)

1.program

Beggars' Opera (The)

National Institute of Dramatic Art

31-Jul-1979

4-Aug-1979

The Playhouse

music (operetta)

1.flyer 2.program

Beggar's Opera (The) by John Gay

NIDA, directed by Aubrey Mellor

31-Jul-1979

4-Aug-1979

The Playhouse

drama

1.program 2.flyer

My Fair Lady by Lerner & Lowe

Canberra Philharmonic Society*, produced by Lois Adamson, musical director Don Whitbread

2-Aug-1979

11-Aug-1979

Canberra Theatre

musical

1.program (x2) 2.poster

Wednesday Art Group Annual Exhibition 1979

Wednesday Art Group

3-Aug-1979

5-Aug-1979

Canberra theatre Centre Gallery

exhibition

1.flyer

Woden Valley Youth Choir: 10th Anniversary Concert

Woden Valley Youth Choir*, conducted by Don Whitbread

5-Aug-1979

5-Aug-1979

Canberra Theatre

music (choral)

1.program

Magical 1979 Canberra Gang Show

Canberra Scouting*

10-Aug-1979

18-Aug-1979

The Playhouse

variety

1.program

Reg Livermore & Peter Batey at Lunch

Reg Livermore & Peter Batey

20-Aug-1979

20-Aug-1979

Canberra Theatre Restaurant

lunch/comedy

1.newspaper clipping

Sacred Cow starring Reg Livermore

Reg Livermore, produced by Eric Dare

20-Aug-1979

1-Sep-1979

Canberra Theatre

one-man comedy show

1.program

Philippe Genty Company (The): 1979 Australian & New Zealand Tour

Adelaide Festival Centre Trust (presenter)

3-Sep-1979

8-Sep-1979

Canberra Theatre

puppetry

1.program

Symphony No.4, Pas De Quatre, Bluebird Pas De Deux & Pineapple Poll

Bryan Lawrence School of Ballet, directed by Bryan Lawrence & Janet Karin

4-Sep-1979

8-Sep-1979

The Playhouse

dance (ballet)

1.program

Paintings - by Don Gallagher

in conjunction with the Bryan Lawrence School of Ballet production of Pineapple Poll

5-Sep-1979

9-Sep-1979

Canberra Theatre Gallery

paintings

1.program

Augustus Does His Best by George Bernard Shaw

Fortune Theatre Company*, directed by Anne Godfrey Smith

10-Sep-1979

21-Sep-1979

Theatre Foyer

drama

1.program (A4 sheet) 2.flyer

Rumours by Graeme Murphy

Sydney Dance Company

12-Sep-1979

15-Sep-1979

Canberra Theatre

dance (ballet)

1.program 2. local performer list

Barry Humphries at Lunch

Barry Humphries

19-Sep-1979

19-Sep-1979

Canberra Theatre Restaurant

lunch/comedy

1.newspaper clipping

Betrayal by Harold Pinter

Melbourne Theatre Company, directed by John Sumner, starring John Stanton, Elizabeth Alexander

19-Sep-1979

29-Sep-1979

The Playhouse

drama

1.program

Jean Rabbath in concert: Piano Recital

Jean Rabbath (Canberra Theatre Trust* presenters)

21-Sep-1979

21-Sep-1979

Canberra Theatre

music (piano)

1.program

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