Upcoming Events

Beaumaris Probus has many Interest Group meetings, outings, functions and visits. The diary is very busy. We wish to minimise “clashes” between activities so that members have maximum choice. The Activities Planner is a working document to assist Interest Group leaders when scheduling an activity. Please note, more activities will be added, others might change. Always check with your Interest group leader. 

Firm dates of Club events for the next 90 days appear in our newsletter and below in Upcoming Events 

May

Billy Elliot -The Musical - Saturday 25th May at 2.00pm

National Theatre, Barkly Street, St Kilda

The musical is based on the 2000 film of the same name. The music is by Elton John. The plot revolves around Billy, a motherless British boy who begins taking ballet lessons. The story of his personal struggle and fulfillment are balanced against a counter-story of family and community strife caused by the miners’ strike of 1984-85 in County Durham in northern England.

The original production premiered in the West End in 2005, followed by Broadway with subsequent tours of North America and the UK.

$60 per head - 15 tickets available

Tastes - At Fazios

Tuesday 28th May at 6.30 pm

462 Hampton Street, Hampton

It was superb last year, and Sam assures me it will be fabulous again, that is a very good reason to go to Fazio’s again! This is a superb restaurant and Sam is the ultimate professional. There will be shared entrees and a choice of mains.
Wine will be available, supplied by me at our usual “Tastes” price of $15.00 per bottle (bring cash for the wine)

New Members- please come and join us with your partners of course!
Cost is $55.00 pp Please book and then pay the Treasurer. 

June

Musical Soirée and Club History at Royal Melbourne Golf Club

Tuesday 25th June at 5.30

This will be a unique social evening in this world class golf club. It will be a casual evening and Members will have lots of time to mingle with others. Comfortable seating is available on sofas and chairs, and we will be provided with sumptuous and substantial canapés and drinks.

On arrival you will be provided with a glass of wine and given a 10-minute talk by the club archivist, Moira Drew, on the history of the club.

This will be followed by a recital by the extraordinarily talented young pianist, Jack Brunialti-Sykes, on the club’s grand piano, playing music composed at the time of the establishment of each of the three Royal Melbourne golf courses, from the 1890s to the 1930s.

We will be given a tour of the club’s memorabilia, including Paul Crompton’s painting of the old Sandringham course clubhouse, recently acquired by the club.

Cost is $75.00 which includes substantial and delicious canapés and drinks.
Please register and pay the Treasurer.