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Another Place Some Other Time

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June 8, 2012
8:00 pm

In the Coen Brothers’ The Big Lebowski, Maude Lebowski asks the Dude ‘What do you do for recreation?’ The Dude replies, ‘Oh, the usual. I bowl. Drive around. The occasional acid flashback.’

If this quote makes you smile in recognition, then I have the event for you.

As part of the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, one of the world’s great jazz pianists and Melbourne’s own Joe Chindamo sets out to recreate the wonderful soundtracks of genre-shaping American filmmakers, the Coen Brothers.

No need for acid flashbacks or bowling when, for one night only, Chindamo’s show Another Place Some Other Time, will bring to life the themes from films including O’ Brother Where ‘Art Thou?, Fargo, Raising Arizona and Miller’s Crossing. (White Russians not included)

WHEN: Friday 8 June, 8pm
WHERE: Comedy Theatre, 240 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
WEB: melbournejazz.com (tickets $39/$29)


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