Common Interest Groups

FH Common Interest Groups March 21

Photography Group:

Contact: Kym Pennifold: or Phone: 0401 122 353

Movies and Theatre group:

Capri Theatre.

Contact: Chris Barber 0410 567 265 or

Hopgood Theatre.

Friday, June 25 at 11:00am

This Girl is a New York style cabaret concert starring Australia’s own Rachael Beck.

Heart-warming, funny and full of gossip, she cruises from Sondheim to Jason Robert Brown. Songs range from Running up that Hill, to I Dreamed a Dream to The Stars and the Moon.

Come and enjoy an intimate performance from one of Australia’s greatest triple threats.

Rachael Beck is widely remembered for her award-winning role as Belle opposite Hugh Jackman in Beauty and the Beast, which won the 1996 ARIA Award for the Best Australian Soundtrack/Cast/Show Release. One of Australia’s leading performers and educators, Rachael Beck is a multi-faceted, award – winning powerhouse whose talents span across stage and screen, as both an acclaimed vocal artist and actress.

Book online or call (08) 7009 4400

Adult $23
Friends Club Member $20
Groups 6+ $21pp

Transaction fees apply: Counter/Phone $3.50 Online $2.50

Adelaide Repertory Theatre.

This may be a new addition to our Movies and Theatre Group offerings if there is sufficient interest.
I have a brochure for their whole season which includes four separate plays in April, June, September and November. I will give the details of the next months performance as it approaches. If members are interested they can contact me to make a group booking. Costs are as follows:-

$24 pp
Group of 10 to 19 people $20 pp.
Group of 20 to 49 people $18 pp.
Group of 50+ people $15 pp.

In April, 8th to 17th, the play is “Crimes of the Heart” written by Beth Henley and directed by Geoff Brittain. 

This tragic comedy relates the story of the three Magrath sisters who are back together in their hometown of Hazelhurst, Mississippi for the first time in a decade. Lenny, the eldest, never left Hazelhurst – she is the carer of the sisters’ cantankerous old granddaddy. Meg, the middle sister, left home to pursue stardom as a singer in Los Angeles, but has, so far, only found happiness at the bottom of a bottle. And Babe, the youngest, has been arrested for the shooting of her abusive husband, Zachary Bottrelle. Under the scorching heat or the Mississippi sun past resentments bubble to the surface and each sister must come to terms with the consequences of her own “crimes of the heart”.

The play won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and was nominated for the Tony Award for Best play.

In June the play is “We’ll Always Have Paris”

A feel-good play with laughter and tears, the promise of romance, friendship and anger and the advantages and disadvantages of growing old.

Three women of a “certain age” gravitate to Paris enjoying everything Paris has to offer – wine, food, shopping, culture – and, of course, men.

Contact: Chris Barber: or Mob. 0410567265

Garden group:

Contact: Campbell Phillips: 0424 424 587.
or Darrell Wise: 0431 087 027

Beer appreciation group:

Contact: Jerry Vallance 0477 797 003

Caravan and camping:

Berri Bivouac, Berri Riverside Holiday Park.
May 3rd to May 7th 2021.

Contact:George Oram 0400 106 701.

Morning Tea:

Honey Bee Cafe, Aberfoyle Park Hub.
Monday 19th April.
10:00 am.
Contact: Darrell Wise 0431 087027.

Walking Group:

Contacts: Gerry Kradolfer 0459 505 201 and Campbell Phillips 0418 819 803.

Wine appreciation group:

Contact: Stephen Lockwood 0423 477 341.

ROMEO Lunches:

The Royal Oak Hotel, 47 Grants Gully Rd. Clarendon.
29th April. 12:15 pm for 12:30 pm start.

Contact: Ian Woolley 0424 419642 and Chris Douglass 0400 930 093

Lawn Bowls:

May 11th.
2:00 pm.
Happy Valley Bowling Club.
Taylors Rd. West.

New bowlers will be given some coaching and an explanation of the game. Club bowls are available on loan for those that don’t have their own bowls.
This activity is a monthly event.

Contact: Allan Hughes 0420 421 380.