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Danielle Lonnon
Worked at Bangarra Dance Theatre
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Ladies and gentlemen, now presenting the new Local Guides website → g.co/localguides. What do you think of our new look?
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Happy Birthday (your time) +Roberto Cordero​. 🍰

If I sent it this morning..it would have been yesterday. #TimeTravel
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+Danielle Lonnon Not confusing at all. I know you live in the future. 😁
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Amen!
 
In bed, multiple cups of tea = Perfect Sunday.
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Being stuck in bed with the flu again this season, I've been catching up on one of my favourite TV shows. Shakespeare in Space aka: Star Trek: The Next Generation.
I've been a big fan of Brent Spiner for a long time and love him as the Data. (Day-ta I got it)
As he is Android, wondering if Google could release him this season. He'd be ever so handy.
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Blunt Talk. Watched first episode. Hysterical. I am making a post tomorrow morning to maximize the number of people who see it. People need to know about this show.
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I'm not sure if this is geoblocked, but I was the Production Coordinator for the Opera Australia 2016 launch on Tuesday. Lots of fun.


Kylie and JT are at the iconic venue to celebrate Opera Australia’s 60th birthday bash with a banquet featuring some of the country’s finest Opera singers.
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works fine...thank you for the 'backstage passes'...
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Opera Australia had its open day down at the +Sydney Opera House​​ today and some of us staff went down to help and explain what we do.

While waiting in the foyer I loved the way the sun was making its own art amongst the glass in one of the sails.
#Sydney #Glass #SydneyOperaHouse
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Tonight's theatre experience was Les Misérables!
I had a lot of friends in the show however I didn't think it was as good as the original stage production 20 odd years ago. I really missed the stage revolve in this new techo LED screen version.

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I think the old way sounds better :-)
I saw a traveling Phantom production maybe 2 years ago. Mind you, not really a fan. But their revolving stage blew my away. Utter and total transformation of the set on each rotation. One minute, you were on the streets of Paris. The next, inside the catacombs. 
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Lovely night out in Parramatta to see +The Australian Ballet​ Dancers Company triple bill.
How lovely to see the up and coming talent from the Australian Ballet School and special thanks to Company Management / a wonderful friend for looking after us.

#Ballet #AustralianBallet #Parramatta

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WTF has Apple done to iTunes now? I still kind of make playlists and use the "column browser". Now they have removed it from playlists so it's more like a jukebox.
OMG Apple you are shooting yourself in the foot. +Google Play  a little more data management like this would be awesome otherwise, sorry Apple, iTunes for me is done.
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I am using it to upload all of my music to Google music . as I have so much of it I'm doing it batches (playlists). So rest assured I'll be getting rid of it very soon. Just a bit sad it's on my Macbook.
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Such a lovely day to be down on the harbour. #BringOnSummer #Sydney
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Sydney's winter blue days are pretty freaking awesome
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Wondering if +Google UK​​ +Google Australia​​ are going to release Google now cards for the Rugby World cup matches, like they did with the football world cup.

Oh and well done to the Wallabies! #AUSvNZL
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Do they do this in the USA?
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Dumb Question. Does anyone know how to download a photo from +Google Chrome​​ mobile while on the search page?
You used to be able to search a photo, press on it, select open image then download. Can't seem to do this with Chrome mobile on a Nexus 6, if you select the picture it brings up the web page link.
What am I doing wrong? Thanks.
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Try opening the image on another browser. 
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  • Bangarra Dance Theatre
    Theatre Company Manager, 2013 - 2014
    I look after the well being of the artist and crew in the theatre. I am also responsible for touring the Company and representing the Producer while on tour.
  • Opera Australia
    2010 - 2012
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Although I work back stage, apparently I am the entertaining comical musician.
Introduction

Theatre/Musical Company Manager and/or Arts Administrator and/or Arts Creative. I freelance through out the world working on shows and events. (I do the occasional bit of film and television work too).


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Sydney
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London - Edinburgh - Melbourne - Manchester
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The Crown Hotel on Church Street, offers decent pub food at a great economical price on the Church Street food strip. The beset thing we noticed was that all the food seemed to come from the steakhouse next door which would have charged twice as much for the same food. The decor is clean and bright with big windows that open up onto the street and some footpath tables and chairs - which made it really relaxing. However what let it down was the staff and the service. We visited this venue twice in the night and for a busy Saturday night there was only one person behind the bar and he happened to be the chef! Service and a smile from the staff and bouncers was an absolute turn off. Cheap food and drink but not for a nice night out.
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Love Aldi! Love the prices and some of the unique options they offer - like being back in Europe. All Aldi stores are not the easiest to navigate or return an item. Also they need to have more counters open with staff - especially with their licencing laws you can only buy liquor at one counter.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
Maria is wonderful on reception. What a hoot, and nothing is too much trouble. Adrian has been a wonder sorting out my nerve injury; patient, calm and gentle (well ish). Thanks to you all for helping me recover. Can't recommend these guys enough.
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reviewed a month ago
Rather expensive but when can I move in?? These are my favourite pork and pork and prawn dumplings around town. Rather tucked away, however what a little gem. They also give you a little cradle for your bag and id tiu hang your coat over the chair it gets covered with a chair cover.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
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The Norfolk is a bit of an institution. Old school dark 70 interior and a great outdoor court yard. Food was great a mixture of Mexican deep fried served in again in 70s décor. The deep fried pickles are great. 70s shabby chic is great on the condition that you don't want it looking like the last time it was cleaned was in 1976.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
This pub unfortunately is one of those not much atmosphere kind of pubs. It's over a few floors and feels like a mini RSL club. However as it is not a boutique pub you know what beer will be on tap. The food is OK - typical pub food, however presentation might be a little lacking as it is a bistro style service. The pub could do with a bit of a touch up. However because of this you know you're not going to pay an arm and a leg for food or drinks like you would with so many other boutique pubs around the area, it makes it a decent watering hole.
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reviewed a month ago
A cute and well decorated café on a quiet tree lined street in Petersham is what this cafe is. It looks and feels terribly inviting. However appearances can be misleading. The staff - although lovely, were slow. The wrong coffee order came to the table twice. The coffee - Balmain rosters Little Marionette has a unique taste. No one on our table liked it at all. The food was rather slow in coming to the table (cheese burger) and then again noting really special. A few extra things we ordered were forgotten about. This might be a bit harsh but we all sadly agreed, if the staff/owners stopped looking in the mirror at their wonderful hipster beards and started running a cafe then perhaps this place may well lift its game.
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