The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Best Weekend - - FRONT PAGE -

ave yourself a sweet time at this huge school fete. The an­nual fundrais­ing event for the Wat­tle Grove Public School has many ac­tiv­i­ties for lit­tle ones in­clud­ing rides, car­ni­val games and, of course, tasty treats. But it’s the big ar­ray of mar­ket stalls sell­ing homemade jams to bric-a-brac that draw in the crowds — more than 5000 peo­ple at­tended last year. Check out the tal­ented youngsters in the choir, band and danc­ing per­for­mances. Wat­tle Grove School Fete, Wat­tle e Grove Public School, Cress­brookk Dr, Wat­tle Grove; May 7, 10am­m3pm, free, face­ Wat­tleGroveSpringFair City Recital Hall, 2 Angel Pl, City; May 3-12, 7pm and a 2pm mati­nee on May 6, tick­ets $30-$175, cityrecital­ It’s been five years since we heard them live but the elec­tro-dance group are back, for one show only, with new sin­gle Chameleon, play­ing with new­est mem­ber Sam Lit­tle­more. Metro Theatre, 624 Ge­orge St, City; May 5, 8pm, tick­ets $45.20, metrothe­ t’s al­most two decades since Todd McKen­ney (left) took to the stage as Pe­ter Allen in the Bo Boy From Oz. And now he is tak­ing th the tracks back on the road where he will sing, dance and share st sto­ries about Allen’s life, as well as th those from his own stage ca­reer, in a stun­ning trib­ute to the late pe per­former’s in­flu­en­tial work. Tod­dTo McKen­ney, Syd­ney Opera House;Ho tonight, 7pm, tick­ets $79, syd­ney­op­er­a­house.comsy

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