When : Monday 3rd September – 10.00 am until 12 noon
Where : Barry Jones Auditorium, Ipswich Library, South Street, Ipswich (free parking behind the Council Building/Library)
Open to the general public – no registration required.
Come and meet Andrea Love who will give some insights into this new government initiative that makes your health records available in cyber space to all health personnel. Have a look at the website and be prepared with your questions:
This event is co-organised by U3A Ipswich and Ipswich 60 and Better Program.
with Estelle McCrohan
Thursday 13 September 9.30 – 11.30 Woodend Campus, 35 Williams Street, Coalfalls.
Cost: $5 materials cost for current U3A members. Non-members $10 + $5 materials.
Spaces are limited and preference will be given to new attendees and those who may have been to one or two previous sessions. GET IN EARLY! Like NOW!
Registration via Estelle McCrohan at email@example.com
2018 FUNDRAISER THEATRE NIGHTS
IPSWICH LITTLE THEATRE
– 15 Burley Griffin Drive,
Ipswich, QLD 4305
$25.00 – Book with Karen MacLeod – 0423 306 790
7.30 pm bar opens/raffles
8.00 pm sharp – plays starts
A fiendishly clever thriller by Anthony Schaffer
Andrew Wyke, an immensely wealthy and successful writer of mystery novels, and Milo Tindle, a handsome younger man, have something in common – Andrew’s wife. In an attempt to find a way out of the potential divorce costing him a fortune in alimony, Andrew invites Milo to the house and suggests that Milo pretends to rob him of his wife’s jewellery so he can claim the insurance. Milo agrees and Andrew leads him through an elaborate charade to fake the robbery. Once this elaborate fraud has been set up, Andrew pulls out a pistol and reveals that the entire plot was meant to frame Milo as a robber, giving Andrew an excuse for shooting him. But does this deadly game come to an end just there?
Director: Les Chappell Rated M: Adult themes