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When

Tue 22-Sat 26 Feb 2011
[1hr 20min no interval]

Artist Talk: Wed 23 Feb, post-show

Price

Students: $15.50

Buy ten tickets to any one Festival event and receive one teacher/chaperone ticket FREE

Education Program Supported By

Rio Tinto

Department of Education

Supported By

Sunday Times and perthnow.com.au

Australia Council

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government's Major Festivals initiative, managed by the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, in association with the Confederation of Australian International Arts Festivals.


My Bicycle Loves You
Legs on the Wall (Australia)
Commissioned by Perth International Arts Festival with Sydney Festival. Directed by Patrick Nolan

Performers from past and present create an original wonder

Named after one of the great films used in the show, My Bicycle Loves You is an uplifting cabaret of vaudeville, acrobatics, a little magic and rambunctious piano hall music.

The early 1900s were the golden age of travelling entertainment. Among the top acts touring Australia and the world were The Corrick Family, comprised of mum, dad, seven daughters and one son, who amazed onlookers with a mystical new medium known as 'moving pictures'.

A century later, Legs on the Wall have dug out these extraordinary black and white and hand-coloured movies and are using them to play with the entertainers of yesteryear. You'll be dazzled as modern performers interact with brilliant characters from the past in this work filled with live musicians, conjurers, magic chooks, wild animals, crazed dinner party guests and half a dozen matadors charging the stage.

Suitability: ages 13+/year 8 Drama, Media, Dance, Australian History
Themes: vaudeville, acrobatics, history, circus arts

WITH FILMS FROM THE NATIONAL FILM & SOUND ARCHIVE'S CORRICK COLLECTION

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When
  • Tue 22 Feb, 7.00PM
  • Wed 23 Feb, 7.00PM
  • Thu 24 Feb, 7.00PM
  • Sat 26 Feb, 1.00PM

Where

Regal Theatre


Address: 474 Hay St, Subiaco WA 6008
Phone: 1300 795 012

The Regal Theatre is ideally suited to all forms of theatrical productions including stage shows, concerts, comedies, operas, film festivals and rock shows. The theatre is fully equiped to show both 16 and 35mm films.

Since the theatre's conversion from a cinema to a live theatre in 1977 the Regal has become Perth's most popular theatre with well over one million people having attended the wide variety of entertainment.

Transport
The Theatre is situated on a main public transport route. The Subiaco Railway Station is located at the rear of the theatre 2 minute walk away.

The Subiaco Shuttle runs every 15 minutes from 7am to 6:30pm on weekdays and every half hour on Saturdays between 9am and 6pm and hourly on Sundays. It connects Subiaco Station to the Rokeby Road shopping area, the QE2 Medical Centre and the UWA.

There are two bus stops located outside the Regal Theatre on Hay St and Rokeby Rd.

Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13
Transperth Website: http://www.transperth.wa.gov.au

Parking

There are various carparks situated around the Theatre. For Maps and cost of parking, please check the Wilson Parking Website.

Street parking alongside the theatre on Hay Street is for 1 hour parking plus there is two 10mins bay outside the Theatre.

Etiquette
- Camera and recording equipment are prohibited in the theatre without written permission from the management.
- The management reserves the right to alter the program or replace artists without notice.
- The management reserves the right to refuse admittance to the theatre.
- Latecomers may only be admitted at the discretion of the management. Ticket holders enter the venue at their own risk. The management accepts no liability whatsoever or howsoever caused for any injury to persons or property while on the premises or within the precincts of the theatre.




Present your ticket at some of the City's premier bars and restaurants and extend your night beyond the show. Be it an entrée or encore, these venues offer special Festival deals for $30 to keep the night alive.

The Byrneleigh The Byrneleigh
156 Hampden Road, Nedlands
P 08 6162 2722
www.thebyrneleigh.com.au
Open daily 7am to late
A choice of beef, fish or chicken and a glass of house wine
Kitsch Kitsch
229 Oxford Street, Leederville
P 08 9242 1229
www.kitschbar.com.au
Tues 5pm to 10:30pm; Wed – Sat 5pm to Midnight; Closed Sun
Prawn Crackers, Corn Fritters, Papaya Salad, and a glass of house wine
The George The George
216 St. Georges Terrace, Perth
P 08 6161 6662
www.thegeorgeperth.com.au
Open Mon-Fri 7am to late; Sat 5pm to late
A choice of beef, fish or chicken and a glass of house wine
Platform Restaurant Platform Restaurant
7/240 St Georges Terrace, Perth
P 08 9226 3636
www.platformrestaurant.com.au
Open Mon – Tues 7am to 6pm; Wed – Fri 7am to late
Sweet potato, tomato, spinach, leek, feta tart, roast pepper, parmesan salad
Or
Salt and pepper squid with mango, mint, cucumber mixed leaves, lime aioli
With a glass of Flametree Sauvignon Blanc Semillon or a Corona or a Flametree Cab Merlot
Tom's Kitchen Tom’s Kitchen
3b Shafto Lane, Perth
P 08 9321 0345
www.tomskitchenwa.com.au
Open Mon-Thur 6:30am to 9pm;  Fri 6:30am to late
Choose any main course plus a glass of wine

Bookings may be required, mention Entrees & Encores when making your reservation or order.