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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2011
Wollongong 12 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au in North Wollongong is one of the region's only indoor, all weather venues for family entertainment. are an exciting time at the Centre and with shows, children's workshops and interactive exhibitions over two floors, there is enough to keep everyone entertained for hours. "The Machine", which features hydraulics, pneumatics, gears, levers, robots and machines. Control the "beast" with its hydraulic controls and look through it's "eyes", lift 100kg with just a lever and a small push. See the inner workings of a differential and learn why it's so important to car vehicles and watch the cams, pistons and valves in a car engine working in slow motion. " " is a journey from 250 million year s ago to the present, through the evolution of plants, flowers and bees to the formation of coal and the thriving coal industry.Visitors enter across a bridge which links the past and the present The Science Centre also houses the state's only fully equipped planetarium theatre and features for both children and adults. In addition, the Centre is well known for its entertaining Science Shows. Held in the Illawarra Coal ScienceTheatre, current shows include Sound & Music at 11am and Liquid Nitrogen at 2pm. During the the Science Centre will hold the ever popular suitable for 6 -- 12 year olds. Bookings are essential and tickets must be pre-purchased. For more info visit or bookings: ph 4286 5000. s sh s h d a sh ps 'The Machine.' book no for great theatre Four men execute a series of tasks.Two are highly skilled, experienced dancers and two are Illawarra locals with no dance training whatsoever, recruited from an ad in the paper. Following sell-out shows in Hong Kong, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth, this unique and funny work offers a theatrical explor ation into dance and movement that will appeal to aficionados and novices alike. Tickets: $44 - $49 Student rush: $20 From Graeme Base, international bestselling author, and Garry Ginivan, producer of Wombat Stew and Possum Magic, comes the rollicking Australian musical My Grandma Lived in Go oligulch.This Helpmann Award-nominated production is full of humour, charm and imagination with puppets, original music and a highly talented cast. Tickets: $17 Faustus is a brilliant man. A scholar. But there's smart and then there's smart. In his insatiable thirst for knowledge, Faustus goes in search of magic, summoning the evil Mephistophilis to make him his ser vant. But Mephistophilis works only for the Devil. Blinded by greed, Faustus proposes a trade: his soul in exchange for 24 years with Mephistophilis. Starring John Bell as Mephistophilis and Ben Winspear as Faustus. Tickets: $52 - $62 Student rush: $25 Australia's master theatre-maker Neil Armfield brings to life the award-winning novel by Guus Kuije r. The Bo ok of Everything tackles life's big questions through the eyes of an unassuming nine-year-old boy who has started writing a book. In it he writes down everything that other people seem to ignore: the sky shrinking, an avalanche of frogs and the Son of God popping in for a chat. He als o writes down his greatest deter mination: "When I grow up, I'm going to be happy". Tickets: $25 - $56 Student rush $20 July21&30 August 16 & 17 August 24 - 27 August 30 - September 11 MORE SHOWS COMING UP ... Call the box office on 4224 5999 or visit www.merrigong.com.au Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, 32 Burelli Steet, Wollongong. 39 Smith Street, Wollongong Phone 02 4224 6500 Fax: 02 4229 1860 www.belmore.net Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Stay and Discover! Includes overnight's accommodation at the Belmore All Suite Hotel, tickets to Illawarra Fly Tree Top Walk and a full cooked room service breakfast. * Subject to availability, conditions apply. Package from $211 The Belmore Illawarra Fly 2179075 Science Centre & Planetarium Australia's New Exciting Science Centre Open 10am to 4pm plus special evening sessions group & school bookings by appointment Hundreds of Hands-On Exhibits • BlueScope Steel Planetarium Illawarra Coal Science Theatre • Travelling Exhibitions • Outreach Program • Observatory • Science Shop School Holiday Workshops Function Room Laser Shows Visit the Science Centre at Squires Way, Wollongong. Ph. (02) 4286 5000 2094495 sciencecentre.uow.edu.au