Tony and the Pulse Band will be performing rock 'n' roll hits from the 1950s and 60s at a special event at the Victor Harbor Town Hall this month.
The Shake, Rattle and Roll show will be performed at 1pm on March 19, giving people the chance to step back in time to some of the best rock 'n' roll the world has seen.
Showcasing hits songs from artists such as Chubby Checker, Bill Hayley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, Tina Turner, Buddy Holly, The Beatles and The Shadows, it is a packed full show, with themed costumes, dance routines and lots of fun.
Tickets are $25 for adult and $22 for concessions, and are available from www.allsortsofentertainment.com.au, 0452 557 671, or the Mega Health Shop in Victor Harbor.
The Times has three double passes to the Shake, Rattle and Roll show. To enter, email your name, daytime phone number and town of residence with 'Shake, Rattle and Roll' in the subject to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12pm on Friday, March 15.
French Film Festival returns
Showcasing a preeminent selection of contemporary French cinema, the Alliance Française French Film Festival is poised to return to Palace Cinemas for its spectacular 30th season.
Screening at seven cities and three satellite locations throughout March and April, the Festival, presented by the Alliance Française in association with the Embassy of France in Australia and Unifrance Films, will celebrate this birthday edition with a selection of 54 feature films and documentaries guaranteed to enthral and entertain.
The Adelaide leg of the festival runs from March 21 to April 18 at Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas and Palace Nova Prospect Cinemas.
The full program, along with more information and tickets, is available at www.affrenchfilmfestival.org
The Times is giving away two in-season double passes to the AF French Film Festival. To enter, email your name, daytime phone number and town of residence with 'French Film Festival' as the subject to email@example.com by 12pm on Friday, March 15.