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The Chronicle Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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you will be looking at your extension from across the street
and even from the Nosey arkers house at number
ABC Constructions offers a very specialised service, we not only
offer architectural design, we are also experienced builders
his unique combination ensures a realistic costing of your
proposed renovation or extension t will also eliminate a lot of
heartache from unrealistic expectations he typical comment we
receive from people who have engaged a designer prior to
meeting with a builder is, But the architect/draftsperson said it
would only cost 30K and your price is 50K --- why? he answer
is easy! Designers are rarely involved in costing or building
ABC Constructions offers not only exceptional visualisation
of your proposed extension, you will also receive
• An appraisal of your existing home and possible siting
of your new extension (ground level or second storey)
• Fully itemised pricing
• Fixed price contract and specifications
• Comprehensive wor schedule, showing you when
nd what is happening wee by wee
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completion date (we are not aware of any other builder
with a similar guarantee)
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ALBUM: DIPZ ZEBAZIOS/ ARTIST: THE DELTA RIGGS
Eccentric rockers channel Stones, Primal Scream
Home-grown talent The Delta Riggs
sure do bluesy, psychedelic and
pulsating indie-rock well.
Their second LP is one you want to
put on when you are significantly over
the electronica and dance aspects of
the music industry.
Here you will find loose and
sometimes quirky rock music
reminding you of Primal Scream, early
Stones and any band that has a sincere
contempt for musical convention.
That is what makes the album
perfect to listen to -- although I m sure
it will frustrate the hell out of others.
There is the fuzzy psych-rock of
The Record's Flawed; the raved-up
amp of the very accessible and ear-
catching Supersonic CasualtieS and
the stop-start funk of No friends.
Delightfully eccentric, it is
refreshing to find a band like The
Delta Riggs crossing genres so easily
but possessing enough intelligence to
do it so damn well it doesn t suck.
Hell, they even attempt a rockier
form of hip-hop on the energetic No
Friends that has you asking the
question: could this Aussie band be
An evening for
young and old
Tuggeranong Salvos Carols in Town
Park will return next month.
It will feature a variety of
entertainment for young and old.
Children s activities will include
jumping castles, farm animals and
pony rides, while adults can sing along
to carol singing led by the
Tuggeranong Salvation Army Band,
the ABC 666 Community Choir, Katie
de Veau, Mark Beresford and Dallas
Carols will take place from 5pm on
KIDS SAVE WORLD FROM
Time Lord is a kids musical which
takes you on a journey through time
Performed by a talented cast of six
to 14 year olds, the Pied Piper s new
short musical production will run this
week at St Paul s Anglican Church
The play s main characters, Sam
and Harriet, are taken back in time and
meet famous figures throughout
history including Beethoven,
Boudicca and the dinosaurs.
It s all good fun until they have to
save their futures and stop dinosaurs
who want to roam and rule the world.
Shows take place at 10am on
Tuesday and Thursday, 6pm on Friday
and 3pm on Saturday.
Tickets $5 on the door.
VOICES IN THE FOREST
Tim Dal Cortivo is looking forward to performing in his hometown.
A bold voice will open Canberra s
operatic spectacular Voices in the
Forest held on Sunday afternoon at the
Originally a Canberran, Tim Dal
Cortivo left for Sydney to pursue his
dream of being a performer.
The 25-year-old said the concert
was one of the ACT s biggest nights of
music and he was flattered to be asked
to return home and make his debut as
one of the show s stars.
"I was so chuffed," he said.
"It s such an honour and a pleasure
to perform alongside all these big
Surrounded by panoramic views,
Dal Cortivo and Christina Wilson will
kick off the program with a series of
Broadway love songs.
The fourth annual concert will
continue with dazzling performances
by world renowned Latvian soprano
Inessa Galante, New Zealand tenor
Simon O Neill and Australian baritone
Peter Coleman-Wright in the second
act.Dal Cortivo and Wilson will
perform a mix of solos and duets from
all eras of musical theatre. "We have
tried to do songs everyone will know,
classics they love, but also try to mix
in some that people don t hear all the
time," he said.
Dal Cortivo has an impressive
number of stage credits, but can still
recall scoring his first solo part at just
"I was a rat in Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat at
the Erindale Theatre," he said.
"It was one line but it was still a solo
in my eyes and my grandma still talks
Living up to a promise he made to
his 84-year old grandmother, Dal
Cortivo will preview some of his
repertoire at her nursing home the day
before the concert.
"Nanny would call herself my
number one fan," he said.
"I kept promising to come and sing
since she moved in three years ago and
I thought this was a perfect opportun-
Performing in the open air to a
crowd of thousands, Dal Cortivo said
he would relish all the home-grown
SHORTIS AND SIMPSON
HAVE THEIR STANDARDS
We've Got Our Standards promises a
night of unpredictable musical
moments, good humour and a dash of
Shortis and Simpson present their
newest show made up of well-known
hits with a parody twist.
Head along this weekend to the
Teatro Vivaldi at the ANU Campus.
Tuck into dinner before the show on
Saturday at 7pm.
Performances begin at 8.30pm.
Enjoy canapes and a show from
5.30pm on Sunday.
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