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Danielle Lonnon
Worked at Bangarra Dance Theatre
Lives in Sydney
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Fictional Prince Charles on twitter but very funny. Love the last tweet. #MayTheFourth #RoyalBaby
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If a tree falls in a park and no one is around does it make sound? 🌲🍃 #TugOfWar

#Tree #FallenTree #Nature 
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zen...didn't expect so much green around there anyway
#sydneystorm  ?!
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At the +The Australian Ballet​​ opening night of The Dream with my good mate and Ballet Company Manager +Jasmine Moseley​​.

This was ballet performance of Mendelssohn's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.

+Geraldine Collinge​​ and +Tom Uglow​​; you were very much in my thoughts. 😉
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Google now has come a long way. Most impressive. #GoogleNow
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It's great overseas where lots of people use it compared to here and there's more information that can be used as a resource, but I find it really limited in Australia. 
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Cool!
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This is great Google. Wish I could change the maps or add more but over all not bad.
My weekend to Canberra.
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+Danielle Lonnon I think you can update the story by adding more posts.
I think Google will attempt to redo the story. I've done it because I added more photos and videos after the fact 
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The Australian countryside just outside Goulburn.
Breathtakingly beautiful.

(Sydney➡Canberra by train🚂) 
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we drove from Canberra to Adelaide a week or so back took us 12 days  (driving behind up to 40 or so cyclists) and the change in scenery was simply amazing, this land has so much, yet, the most hauntingly beautiful terrain was to drive through the region of the Adelaide hills where the fires were only a few months back.. it was wet and windy, and the regrowth in the bush in the mist was simply amazing...
sadly, we were driving and didn't get to take any pics of our own, but there's a few I can grab from others to post.. someday soon.
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Happy Birthday to one of my dearest mates +Vaughn Miller​. Have a good day Vaughnie.
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However, maybe not then..... #GoogleNow

(Yes I know the weather is provided by @Weather.com)
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The surf at Newport Beach was 21C today. A bit chilly, but no wind and nice waves. 
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An #Anzac tribute to all those who fell at Gallipoli, either side: Vegemite on Turkish bread with an Anzac biscuit. #LestWeForget 🌼
#AnzacDay #AnzacCentenary #Vegemite #VegemiteOnTurkish #Australia #Turkey #AnzacCentenary #anzacspirit #Breakfast #Yummy #AnzacBiscuit #Poppy #Poppies #Rosemary #Respect #Remember #Honour 
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Well there's a first.... #SnowFight #SydneyStorm #WinterIsComing
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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.
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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
Previously
London - Edinburgh - Melbourne - Manchester
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Really nice restaurant in the newly updated Canberra Centre. It was lovely to sit outside (there are huge heaters) The food was great (simple Italian remixed by Jamie Oliver) and tasty. The prices were decent too. Compared to Sydney where you have to queue for half an hour it was delightful to walk right on it. The staff were fun and friendly. Compared to Sydney and Melbourne, Canberra is bit of a boring country town. Kudos to Jamie for opening up here. Most probably one of the best restaurants in the Canberra CBD.
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This is a temporary structure only here once a year for Opera Australia's opera on the harbour. Being a temporary structure OA does a good job of making something out of nothing. The views are worth a million dollars and the temporary bathrooms only get better.
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As someone who works in the theatre, I don't find the Google offices nerdy, I find it magical and theatrical. Themed rooms with useful props and big sets with unique and charismatic characters. You sure this isn't a theatre company? Oh no wait Google has money, while the performing art does not.
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Kash is such a cool but bizarre place. The Korean owner loves his reggae and Bob Marley - it seems at so sixes and sevens, however this is Surry Hills - Hipsters and Artisans paradise where anything goes. The staff are really lovely and friendly and nothing is too much trouble. It is a small but cute and well decorated and furnished cafe, with a wee small outdoor area. They food is pretty good and reasonably priced. The coffee that they serve is Toby's Estate. Not my favourite blend, and that's most probably why I'm not here all the time.
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Well located hotel in the Canberra CBD. A block or two walk up to the Canberra Centre and theatres. The rooms were large and had only been recently renovated however the bathrooms are yet to be done. If you're on the top floor overlooking the lake and mountains it is a really lovely view. The staff were friendly and nothing was too much trouble. Room service was over priced and not the best but i guess your paying for the convenience. We noticed that airline staff stay here and the NSW Waratahs Rugby team had also camped here which was is always a good sign.
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One of the best city yum cha experiences. I love the food at Zilver. I always find it to be fresh and yummy. Not speaking Mandarin or Cantonese, I am not always sure what's coming around, but I never say no to the dumplings or the greens which are my favourites. Tip: Queue up 10 mins before opening on the weekend otherwise it could be a long wait for a table. Tip: If you have an Chinese/Asian friend in the group get them to do all the ordering otherwise the servers could possibly abuse your ignorance and sell you the most expensive food items.
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We had to wait a while to get into this place, which is always a good sign. (We had a half hour wait on a Friday night at 9pm) so we popped down to the local pub for a drink while waiting. The tables and area are small and cramped however intimate and fun. The food was served rather quickly which we loved. I am not very good with spicy food, and this is still very spicy even without the chilly. Great food, accepts BYO but not the cheapest in the area.
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