Our wonderful raffle prizes have generously donated by local businesses and there are some terrific raffle prizes are to be won at “Motherhood The Musical”. We’d love to say a big thanks to them all and encourage you to support them as they do us.
The Pool Cafe – http://www.poolcafeperegian.com.au/
LifeLive Pharmacy – http://www.livelifepharmacy.com/pharmacies/amcal-peregian-springs/
Zumba Gold – https://www.zumba.com/class/yvonne-corstorphin/52ce47d3-ad34-4236-95b2-6b550a28195c
Manawee Garden Centre – http://www.manawee.com.au/
Ebony Beauty Express – http://www.ebonybeautyexpress.com.au/
Annie’s Books on Peregian – http://www.anniesbooksonperegian.com.au/
We want to say a massive thanks to Bendigo Bank Marcoola for their great on-going support of the Coolum Theatre Players – they’re about to run some adverts for them/us and we’re proud to have their support.
Contact Kerryn Vincart on 5448 8582 or 0400 819 454 or visit their FaceBook page.
Special thanks to Yandina resident Paula Briggs who is a “Reborn” artist, which means she paints in 3D to create as real as possible a piece of artwork to resemble and feel like a real newborn baby. She has kindly agreed to lend us one of her impressive creations for the “Motherhood The Musical”
The girls enjoying rehearsals as they prepare for the baby shower in “Motherhood The Musical” – if only it was as easy and as neat as shown below!
Ian’s inspiration to play guitar arose from listening to a rich mix of country, western and eastern styles; from the Monkees to Mantovani, and the Bonanza TV theme.
Too young to audition for Elvis and too old for the Sultans of Swing, instead he settled for gigs such as the opening of the Darwin Casino and the cruisy Rockin’ River Boat on the Brisbane River. Such experiences exposed him to a range of cool, talented but thoroughly disreputable musicians, many with underworld links, including beautiful but dangerous women!
Still mobile, he claims he is still trying to stay hip until he needs a hip replacement.
Shivaji, primarily a drum set player and percussionist, is an individual who gives everything he has to whatever he is doing at the moment. His heart and soul are poured into his music whenever he’s performing. He’s a passionate musician whose goal is to touch something within the heart of his listeners. Shivaji’s enthusiastic, artful, fun and uplifting style could be considered a combination of his varied influences, yet his playing is certainly unique. Since his teen-age years he has played with numerous bands that incorporated a variety of music styles. This diversity is apparent and is reflected in his distinctive creative approach.