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M1 2002 FILM SCREENING - presented SKA TV
Come see the footage from Melbourne May Day 2002 - hot from the edit suite. 
Sure to grab your attention . . .
8pm, Monday May 6th
Trades Hall Bar
FREE Event - donations to SKA TV more than welcome

BED presented by Syntax Theatre Company
Do you know what you "Nana" is doing tonight?
In one giant BED lay seven elderly people, all tucked in tight. As all 
seven drift in and out of sleep, all is not as it seems behind their 
elderly facade . . . Transported back to their youths through their dreams. 
Mundane situations become surreal, even the simplest task of getting a 
glass of water becomes a great "Great Escape". BED offers a visual feast of 
exotic bra jugglers, acrobats and a traumatic voyage under the sea . . . 
all taking place in one BED!
"Jim Cartwright is one of the mavericks of British theatre" - Daily Telegraph
"Cartwright writes better about old people than anyone I know, except 
perhaps Beckett. This is an odd, harrowing and hilarious piece, entirely 
without sentimentality, sturdy but moving." - John Peter, Sunday Times
Directed by Renee Palmer - Performed by Kurt Mottershead, Clare Danahur, 
Clinton Ahern, Germaine Wattis, Jennifer Natale, Mark Bruin, Emma Valenta
8pm, Wed - Sat May 8th - 11th
The Old Council Chambers
$15 Full/ $12 Conc - Bookings Ph: 9685 5111

The exciting, new Melbourne band Little Red Look are launching their
first single WOOMERA at Trades Hall. This song is sure to become one of
the great Australian social justice tunes. Little Red Look will be
joined by Aiden Roche for this great evening of new music. Some of the
proceeds from the event will be donated to the Refugee Action Collective
and the Asylum Seekers Resource Centre.
7:30pm, Friday May 10th
Trades Hall Bar
Entry $15 - includes a copy of the CD single WOOMERA

THE WAITING ROOM presented by Melbourne Workers Theatre and Platform 27
Why does Australia fear the world's most helpless and vulnerable
MWT & Platform 27 dare you to look past the razor wire into the white
face of of Australia's refugee policy. THE WAITING ROOM is hardhitting
political theatre that aims to debunk the racist myths about refugees
and confront audiences with the reality of existence inside detention
Melbourne Workers Theatre, Melbourne's workshop for new writing and
theatre, celebrates its 15th birthday this year with a continuing
committment to working class issues and struggles and those of people
from disadvantaged and disenfranchised communities. THE WAITING ROOM is
the first partnership between Melbourne Workers Theatre and Platform 27.

Previews May 13, 14 @ 6:30pm - Tickets ONLY $10
6:30pm Mondays & Tuesdays - 8pm Wednesday - Saturday, May 15 - June 1
The New Ballroom
$20 Full/ $13 Conc/ $10 Previews & groups 10+
Bookings Ph: 9326 8371

54 Victoria St (Cnr Lygon St) Carlton  Ph: 9662 3555
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Friday Happy Hours 4-7pm
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