The never-before-seen music documentary capturing Queen of Soul ARETHA FRANKLIN, as she records the most successful gospel album of all time, AMAZING GRACE with James Cleveland and the Southern California Community Choir. Recorded at The New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972. AMAZING GRACE is crafted from never-before-seen footage that captures an elegiac moment in American musical history whilst saluting the get-up-on-your-feet gospel heritage that transformed American music in the 1960s.
PGMild fantasy themes and violence, some scenes may scare young children
The complex relationship of Maleficent and Aurora continues to be explored as they face new threats to the magical land of the Moors.
PGMild themes and coarse language
As a little girl, Michelle Payne dreams of the impossible: winning the Melbourne Cup — horse-racing's toughest two-mile race. Starring Sam Neill and directed by Rachel Griffiths
The Stuarts Point Players return to the stage this November with two one-act comedies, which are sure to get you laughing.
The first half of the Players’ production has just three characters on stage, for the comedy ‘GLASS’. A fatigued matinee idol on the verge of a nervous breakdown comes home one day from his long-running Broadway hit and discovers an audience watching him through the plate glass window of his high-rise apartment. An excellent Twilight Zone-style play.
The second half features six actors in ‘Asylum’. The play is set in a mental institution group therapy session. The four patients have adopted the personae of a fairy tale character to cope with the disturbing reality of how and why they were committed. All will be revealed. Or will it?
The plays will open at the South West Rocks School of Arts (Roxy Cinema) on Friday, November 15, and then move to Stuarts Point on Saturday, November 16. On Sunday, November 17, there will be a matinee performance at the Oddfellows Hall in West Kempsey.
BYO everything to Stuarts Point and Kempsey, with table seating.
Roxy Cinema is fully licenced and has theatre seating.
Book your tickets at https://mvarts.org.au/event-3569645
*Both plays are rated MA and contain sexual references and occasional strong language.