Author Topic: Gloucester's 4th annual Motorcycle Expo 12-13th May 2012 + Shakespeare  (Read 1272 times)

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Gloucester is bunging on a motorcycling festival with a bit of culture to boot. We will be riding up to catch the matinee of Shakespeare on Saturday and check out what the local bikers have got on the slab, should be quite fun from the flyer (see the link to this "Announced" topic to view). Anyone else that wants to join in the fun and didn't know, well now you know - just do it!

Following info from;

Gloucester's 4th annual Motorcycle Expo is on again!
There will be trade displays, live bands, free camping, vintage displays, saleyard and a burnout pad. $10 Entry entry includes a pin or patch. Profits from the event will be directed towards making the roads around Gloucester safer for Motorcyclists. For more information contact Sad de Witte on 0417 656 201.
Location: Gloucester Showgrounds, Gloucester
Time: 11am to late

Shakespeare in Gloucester
May 12, 2012
After the success of last year’s As You Like It, Newcastle’s Tantrum Theatre makes a bold return to The Shakespeare in Gloucester festival with boisterous Shakespearean farce. Leap into the chaos with A Comedy of Errors, a contemporary re-imagining of the riotous comedy about mistaken identity. Watch the joy and confusion unfold as the paths of two sets of long-separated twins finally cross and mayhem follows.
Adapted and directed by Carl Young this comedic classic is hurled into the 21st century where everyone has a mobile phone and a Facebook account; but miscommunication reigns.

There will be one performance on Friday 11th May and a Matinee and evening performance on Saturday 12th May.

This year, the evening performances continue the popular format introduced a few years ago: Friday night’s show will be presented earlier with a longer interval allowing you to enjoy a hearty “Ploughman’s Platter” served at your table.  An example the foods served are a cobb of bread, cheese, roast beef, celery, apple and pickles.
On Saturday night, a feast will be served creating an Elizabethan banquet theme and include roast meats served whole at the table for self carving with seasonal vegetables, finishing with a yummy dessert, followed by “the performance”.
A licensed bar will feature local and regional wines and a selection of beer and soft drinks to further enhance the dining experience (No BYO).
Denison Street, Gloucester


Saturday 12 May 2012
•   Farmers Market: 8.30am to 1pm Billabong Park.
•   Elizabethan Fair: 9.00am to 2pm Church Street and Denison Street.
•   Local concert finale: 1.15pm Church Street.
•   GACCI Players matinee performance 'Has Anyone Seen My Horse?' Doors open 10.45am, Show 11am      .
•   Tantrum Theatre matinee performance 'A Comedy of Errors'. Doors open 12.45pm, Show 1pm.
•   Tantrum Theatre performance with dinner: Bar opens 5.30pm, Meal 6.15 pm, Show 8pm.
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