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The Antipodean Assembly

A group for Australian steampunks.

Location: Australia
Members: 155
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Comment by James R. Murray on May 4, 2012 at 4:27am

I think posting here goes out to group members??!!?? Anyone here from the Adelaide hills? Specifically the Birdwood, Mount Torrens, Woodside area? A long shot i know, but thought i would just ask is all.

Comment by James R. Murray on April 22, 2012 at 5:08am

Cheers.

Currently reading The city of Bones by Cassandra Clare, only got it cos i couldn't get the ones she wrote b4 this series, which were steam punk apparently, the infernal devices. I love reading, but most do not consider me literary mided because my passion is young adult fiction. I love it, it is always full of action and events, i find Adult books plod too much and go into too much detail. Heretical i know, especially to one who enjoys 19th century literature

Comment by Prof. Sebastian Fate on April 22, 2012 at 3:15am
Welcome , James Murray .
Comment by Prof. Sebastian Fate on April 12, 2012 at 12:57am
A friend went to the ' Titanic ' restaurant . Enjoyed the food but took to mumbling something about the floor tilting .
He never quite recovered . This has remained a cautionary tale until the Duke of Argylle's recommendation . The aristocracy must be made of sterner stuff !
Comment by The Duke on April 11, 2012 at 9:37am

Might I also suggest, if you're down for the weekend, you take a look at the Titanic Theatre Restaurant. I went some years back and quite enjoyed it.

Comment by The Duke on April 3, 2012 at 5:27pm

While I would love to go, at this stage I don't think the exhibition gods are smiling on me. I hope you enjoy it though!

Comment by Prof. Sebastian Fate on April 3, 2012 at 5:03pm

Now don't all hang back : is anyone else planning to be in Williamstown on the 22nd ?

Comment by Prof. Sebastian Fate on April 1, 2012 at 11:00pm

Madam Fate , his guide in all things , and the Professor plan to visit the clothing exhibition in Williamstown on the 22nd.of April , the last day .
Should anyone else attend we will be the couple being refused admission because we are dressed in the same style as the exhibits .
Please make yourselves known .

Comment by Prof. Sebastian Fate on March 31, 2012 at 6:16pm

That 'phone number should be 03 5468 7418 - see you there .

Comment by Prof. Sebastian Fate on March 31, 2012 at 6:13pm

For those within geographical range of Melbourne , Victoria on the 7th-22nd of April , at the old Town Hall , Ferguson St , Williamstown an exhibition of late Victorian - Edwardian clothing will be presented under the tile ' Dressed for the Voyage - the ' Titanic ' costume extravaganza ' .
Edwardian high tea is available pre-booked at a cost of $45 in addition to the entry fee of $8 adults and $6 child .
Group bookings are available although a warning to organizers of our desire to outshine the exhibits might be in order .
If anyone is interested contact can be made on www.dressedforthevoyage.com or ring 03 546818 .

 

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