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FOR WEEK BEGINNING
JULY 28, 2014
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Aries should be able to complete many routine tasks with ease during July 29-August 1.
Attention to regular domestic chores will also claim your attention during this time.
July 29-August 1 bring delight into Taurus' daily life, as the ordinary contacts and
routines inspire good feelings. This is a good time to make contact with people and make
The value of Gemini's family contacts, home and domestic life is emphasised during Tuesday
through to Friday. Time spent in this area reaps its own reward.
Cancerians will be brimming with ideas and experiencing the vibrancy of life, just through the
course of their regular activities during Tuesday through to Friday.
There are fluctuating financial conditions operative during July 29-August 1, perhaps causing Leo a
little concern. It would pay to monitor the situation for potential problems.
July 29-August 1 is a time when Virgo's ambitions hit a cyclical peak, along with their
sociability. Being more attuned to the environment certainly places Virgo in a good position to
judge the potential of situations.
Librans should be winding down, either voluntarily or not, during July 29-August 1, in
preparation for the next monthly cycle. It is important to allow time to gather your energies
There are plenty of bright ideas feeding Scorpio's ambitions during July 29-August 1. The
people Scorpio mixes with then also tend to be good for them, whether as close friends or
Sagittarius feels a regular vulnerability and may be concerned as to how this affects their
position in life. Such feelings tend to be exacerbated during July 29-August 1.
July 29-August 1 bring refreshing ideas and concepts into Capricorn's life, simply through
regular interaction with people. With a new light cast over thoughts, you'll add to your store
Aquarian constitutions are likely to be more susceptible than usual during July 29-August 1.
Inherent weaknesses present problems and may be dietary based.
July 29-August 1 have the potential for bringing special romantic moments into the lives
of Pisceans because of an increased sensitivity to others, whilst other people are drawn to
Pisces through their social contacts.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
OH WHAT A NIGHT! AT THE QUEANBEYAN PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE
Show brings back the classics
Rick Morgan, Nick Petris and Paul Holmquist perform Oh What a Night!.
The famous falsetto of Frankie Valli
and the silky-smooth signature sounds
of Motown have inspired and driven
George Solomon throughout his
"The Four Seasons, the Supremes,
Stevie Wonder . . . these people
maintained their popularity at a time
when many other groups lost theirs. I
think it was a testament to how great
their songs were," he said.
Solomon has been performing since
the age of 15 and is well versed in
song, dance, theatre and writing. His
love for a more innocent and pure
musical era is reflected in his
successful production Oh What a
Night! which will be brought to
Australian shores in August.
"In that era when you heard those
voices on your radio, you knew who it
was. You knew Frankie Valli, you
knew Diana Ross, you knew Smokey
Robinson," Solomon said.
There was absolutely no doubt
about it and I think that's why our
show goes over so well because it has
a wide audience. We get people from
Oh What a Night! has been a
massive success and has grown from
its four original members to more than
40 men performing in multiple
productions simultaneously. The last
time Solomon brought the show to
Australia, the tour was extended and
had a whopping addition of 30 extra
dates added to the itinerary.
"We have already been so well
received and [Australians] have
already treated us like family over
there. There is nothing more
comforting than coming back to a
familiar territory," he said.
Mr Solomon described Oh What a
Night! as an easily accessible tribute
show that is engaging for all
generations because of its familiar
tunes including a rendition of Valli's
greatest hit Grease.
"It is an all-around feel-good show.
With music, comedy, dancing --
it's a timeless show that really works
for any age group," he said.
Oh What a Night! opens at the
Queanbeyan Performing Arts
Centre on Wednesday, August 20,
with a second performance
playing on August 21.
Tickets $69.90, Concessions
$49.90 can be purchased from
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Obits' duelling guitars stretch limits of genre
Rock'n'roll group Obits are back on a
national tour to promote their new
album Bed & Bugs.
The four-piece has a distinctive
sound -- somewhere between rock and
indie punk with jumping riffs and
duelling distorted guitar. The group,
all veteran musicians from
independent bands, formed in 2006
and has released three albums and four
Singer and guitarist Rick Froberg
returned to New York in 2005, after
the break-up of the Hot Snakes, and a
year later was writing new material
and rehearsing with the band's
original drummer Scott Gursky (of
Shortstack) and guitarist Sohrab
Habibion (formerly of Edsel).
After nearly two years jamming in
their New York rehearsal room, they
made their debut at the Lower East
Side venue The Cake Shop in 2008.
Obits play Transit Bar
Wednesday July 30, 8pm. Tickets:
$22+BF from www.moshtix.com
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