Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

The inspiring true story of Carole King’s remarkable journey from teenage songwriter to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.


From: 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM,
Friday, 14 May 2021

To: Saturday, 5 June 2021


Spotlight Theatre


From $28




Duncan Sims


The Spotlight Theatrical Company


07 55394255



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Bloom: Stevie Nicks – Carole King And Linda Ronstadt Songbook

Bloom: Stevie Nicks – Carole King And Linda Ronstadt Songbook

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Stevie Nicks – Carole King And Linda Ronstadt Songbook!

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A Mothers Day super special show – Sunday 9th May From 4pm!!

Stevie Nicks – Carole King And Linda Ronstadt Songbook!

Stevie Nicks, Carole King and Linda Ronstadt are arguably three of the world’s most recognizable voices.

With combined record sales topping in excess of over 300 million units sold as well as an endless wealth of top 20 hits between them, they truly are three of the world’s greatest.

In this brand new show, National Touring Artist, Bloom, will have you experience the incredible hits that span several decades from the Grammy Award winning artists.

Bloom has been lauded as “The Voice of a Generation” by her peers, do not miss this amazing show featuring an all star lineup featuring some of Australia’s best musicians.




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Date: Sunday 9th May 2021

Times: 4pm

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Merchant Lane (Mornington)58 Main St, , Mornington, , 3931

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Traces of COVID-19 detected in wastewater at Carole Park, Ipswich as Queensland records two new coronavirus cases

Traces of COVID- 19 have been detected in wastewater at Carole Park in Ipswich, west of Brisbane.

Queensland’s Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young said the result was concerning due to the unknown cause of the positive results.

“We have had several weeks worth of negative results at this wastewater testing location since the Brisbane Youth Detention cluster,” Dr Young said.

“There is a very real possibility this wastewater result is a sign of one or more undetected positive COVID-19 cases in the Ipswich community, and we are treating this seriously.”

Dr Young said viral shedding from a COVID-19 case that is no longer infection could occur for several weeks after someone had recovered from the illness.

The sample was taken last week as part of a research program being undertaken by Queensland Health, the University of Queensland and the CSIRO.

Water from Ipswich, Camira, Carole Park, Ellen Grove and Springfield feeds into the treatment plant at Carole Park.

A Queensland Health spokesman said the Ipswich Hospital’s Fever Clinic was ready to expand its hours if needed.

Dr Young said anyone with any symptoms, no matter how mild, should get tested immediately.

“If there is a case in the community, it is critical we detect it through our testing mechanisms as quickly as possible.” she said.

Meanwhile, Queensland has recorded two new cases of coronavirus in the past 24-hour testing period.

They are a 45-year-old man who returned from the Philippines and a woman in her 40s who flew in from Papua New Guinea.

Both are in quarantine in Cairns.

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Carole Packman murder: Grandson urges Parole Board not to free killer

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Causley has never revealed the whereabouts of his wife Carole Packman’s body

A man who killed his wife 35 years ago but has never revealed where he put her body must not be freed, his grandson has pleaded.

Russell Causley killed Carole Packman in 1985 but evaded justice for a decade after faking his own death as part of an elaborate insurance scam.

Causley, 78, has changed his account of the Bournemouth murder multiple times.

Grandson Neil Gillingham urged the Parole Board, due to hear the killer’s case for release, not to free him.

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Neil Gillingham said he believes his grandfather is still “wicked and arrogant”

Mr Gillingham, the grandson of Mrs Packman and Causley, told the BBC his family has been “tortured” by the killer’s continued refusal to reveal what he did with his victim’s remains.

The Parole Board will hear the case for Causley’s release later and is expected to make public its decision in two weeks.

Mr Gillingham urged the board to “please encourage Russell to provide reassurance to us that he is indeed rehabilitated by allowing us to give Carole the burial any human following death, including Russell, rightfully deserves”.

Causley initially denied the murder before later admitting to it while in prison and then retracting his confession.

Mr Gillingham said Causley’s efforts to continually change his story proved he was “still wicked and arrogant”.

What happened to Carole Packman?

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Carole Packman disappeared in 1985 and her body has never been found

Aviation engineer Causley moved his lover Patricia Causley – whose surname he took after they had an affair while he was married to Mrs Packman – into the family home on Ipswich Road, Bournemouth, in 1984.

The day before her disappearance in 1985, Mrs Packman – then aged 40 – had visited a solicitor to inquire about a divorce.

She was later reported missing by their teenage daughter Samantha, who had witnessed Causley physically and psychologically abusing her mother.

However, Dorset Police reported that Mrs Packman had turned up at a police station to say she was safe and to stop searching for her.

Detectives involved in the case have since admitted the force made a “major mistake” by not making basic identify checks and now believe the woman at the police station was not Mrs Packman.

The case was then closed for nearly a decade, when Causley was caught trying to claim £790,000 in life insurance in 1993 after faking his own death on a boating trip.

He was convicted of murder in 1996 before the conviction was quashed in 2003. A retrial the following year found him guilty again and he was jailed for life.

“We do not believe that his mentality has sufficiently changed as such that he will never be tempted to act or behave in the similar manner that imprisoned him all those years ago,” said Mr Gillingham.

“We have a genuine fear that Russell Causley poses a significant risk to our family’s safety.”

He added: “[Causley] should have been honest, he should’ve finally ended years of suffering and should have provided closure when that it is the logical, human and decent thing to do given the serious nature of his offences and his continued plight for reintegration into society.

“Russell hasn’t done any of this – he hasn’t been honest, he hasn’t ended years of suffering.”

Following a hearing in 2018, the Parole Board recommended Causley be moved to an open prison but this was blocked by the justice secretary.

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