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In THE WEDDING SINGER, it's 1985 and rock-star wannabe Robbie Hart is New Jersey's favourite wedding singer. He's the life of the party, until his own fiancée leaves him at the altar. Shot through the heart, Robbie makes every wedding as disastrous as his own. Enter Julia, a winsome waitress who wins his affection. Only trouble is Julia is about to be married to a Wall Street shark, and unless Robbie can pull off the performance of a decade, the girl of his dreams will be gone forever.

With a brand new score that pays loving homage to the pop songs of the 1980s, THE WEDDING SINGER takes us back to a time when hair was big, greed was good, collars were up, and a wedding singer might just be the coolest guy in the room.  

Producer and Director Angie Bedford

Choreographer Emma Kiely 

Musical Director Sava Djukic 

Assistant Producer Simone McGill 

Thursday 26th May, 7.30pm; Friday 27th May, 7.30pm; Saturday 28th May, 5pm 

at Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre, 35 Ferres Boulevard, South Morang, Vic 3752



Ticket Enquiries: Angie Dalgleish Angie.Dalgleish@marymede.vic.edu.au 

Please note that online bookings will close at 3pm (11.30am for Saturday 5pm show) for performances on that evening. Remaining tickets will be available at the Theatre cash only. 

Please select your tickets carefully as we cannot offer refunds or exchanges. 

N.B. Holders of a ticket bearing 'CONCESSION' will be required to show proof of concession entitlement at the door. Please do not book tickets for yourself or other patrons unless the person occupying the seat holds a valid card (or is obviously child/school student). 




Tuesday March 8 was International Women's Day. A chance to show respect, appreciation, and love towards women whilst celebrating the economic, political, and social achievements of women across the world and throughout history.

In recognition of International Women's Day - Marymede Catholic College held our first International Women's Day Dinner on Thursday March 10 with guest speaker Dr Michelle McIntosh from Monash University.

Dr McIntosh leads a team of Scientists at Monash University who are working on developing an inhalant form of Oxytocin so that the lives of thousands of women each year in developing countries can be saved during childbirth.

About 287,000 women in 2016 will die during or after childbirth and 99% are these women are in developing countries. Oxytocin works to stop haemorrhaging – a major cause of death during childbirth. The World Health Organisation recommends that every woman at every birth is given an injection of Oxcytocin and if that were the case, over a 10 year period we could prevent over 41 million cases of haemorrhages with 1.4 million deaths prevented. Currently however, Oxytocin needs to be refrigerated and administered intravenously. Dr. Michelle’s team hope to make it portable, non-refrigerated and inhaled. 

This will revolutionise medicine for pregnant mothers and make a huge difference across the world.

In addition to discussion on her research, Dr. McIntosh made a few key points which resonated well with students:

  • When thinking about what to do with your life, always follow your passion – if you love what you’re doing the jobs will come;
  • You never stop learning – what Dr. McIntosh has learned over her working life is that every step of the way she has had to learn new skills and gain new knowledge that she had no idea she was capable of when she was in Secondary School or as an Undergraduate; the skills are part of being a Scientist and include being an independent thinker, critical analyser, and constantly questioning.
  • Grab the opportunities that arise and run with them – but always follow your heart.

Marymede Catholic College would like to thank Dr. Michelle McIntosh for her time and wish her all the very best in her future research.

You can check out Dr. Michelle's profile here: bit.ly/21XgO9T


Tickets for our 2016 Easter Raffle which is being organised by the Marymede Parents' & Friends Committee have been sent home with students this week.

All tickets - sold or unsold - are to be returned to the Main Office by no later than Tuesday March 22, 2016.

The raffle will be drawn in the Primary School Courtyard at 3.05pm on Thursday March 24, 2016.


Marymede Catholic College would like to acknowledge and congratulate the 16 students who were successful in having either a piece of writing or artwork published in the current edition of 'Shared Stories Anthology' of which the 2015 theme is 'Remembering'.

Commencing in 2006, Shared Stories is an annual anthology of creative works by primary and secondary students from Catholic schools across the Archdioceses of Melbourne, Sale and Sandhurst.  The anthology forms part of the permanent collection of the State Library of Victoria.

With only 21 Schools across the State represented, this is an outstanding achievement for the students of Marymede Catholic College who were acknowledged, congratulated and presented with an achievement certificate by Principal Mr. Michael Kenny at a recent Assembly.

You can find our more information on the Shared Stories Anthology by visiting: http://www.sharedstoriesanthology.org/


Recently, Marymede Catholic College completed the re-surfacing of our external Tennis/Multi-purpose courts results in a new and improved area for students to participate in a range of sporting activities both during class time and as part of the College co-curricular program.

Check out the photos below:


Recently, Marymede Catholic College was included in a Media Release from the Victorian Government with regards to the Mernda Rail Extension set for completion in 2019.

This Media Release can be found by clicking HERE


Marymede Catholic College would like to invite all families to our upcoming House BBQ's set to take place on across 3 nights during March from 5.30pm.

Our House BBQ’s provide families with an excellent opportunity to meet with teachers and other families in your house, reinforcing the partnership between home and school. Additionally, students in attendance will receive their commemorative 10th Year Anniversary Pin on the night.

Chanel House BBQ: Wednesday March 9

Chisholm House BBQ: Wednesday March 9

McAuley House BBQ: Tuesday March 15

Romero House BBQ: Tuesday March 15

Marcellin House BBQ: Wednesday March 16

McCormack House BBQ: Wednesday March 16

Food and drink to be provided for free by the College on the night. For a list of menu items please visit: www.marymede.vic.edu.au/house-bbq-menu. Additionally, families may bring their own picnic basket/food with them.

Please Note: This is an alcohol free event.



Our P-12 House BBQ's will take place throughout March and provide our families with an excellent opportunity to meet with teachers and other families in your house, reinforcing the partnership between home and school.

BBQ Items:

- Beef Hamburgers (Gluten Free)

- Beef Sausages (Gluten Free)

- Veggie Burgers

- Onions

- Coleslaw

- Bread Buns

- Sliced Bread

- Soft Drink

- Water

Any family with addiitonal dietary requirements are welcome to bring their own picnic basket/food with them.




The Prep –Year 6 staff of Marymede Catholic College invite parents of students in Prep to Year 6 to come along to our Parent Information Night, on Tuesday 23rd February 2015 from 4.00pm – 7.00pm.

This year the information night will take on a new format. It is not only an opportunity for you to find out information which affects your child, but also aims to develop the partnership between home and school.

Each workshop will be in a specific location, and staff will inform you of where to move on to next allowing parents to rotate through each of the workshops within the hour.

If you have children in different year levels in the same session, please begin the session in the house of your eldest child. 

Below are the session times, indicating the starting point for your series of rotations:


4.00- 5.00pm; Prep, Year 1 & Year 2

Prep House - Numeracy workshop (Prep parents)

House 1 - General business (Year 1 parents)

House 2 - Literacy workshop  (Year 2 parents)

5.00-  6.00pm; Year 3 & Year 4 (Held in House 3)                                   -

Room 301 -  ICT workshop (parents of children in 3.1, 4.1)

Room 302 - Mathematics workshop (parents of children in 3.2, 4.2, 3.5)

Room 303 - Literacy workshop (parents of children in 3.3, 4.3)

Room 306 - General business (parents of children in 3.4, 4.4, 4.5)

6.00- 7.00pm; Year 5 and Year 6 (Held in House 5)                                                                                

Room 505 - General business  (parents of children in 5.1, 6.1)

Room 506 - ICT workshop (parents of children in 5.2, 6.2)

Room 507 - English workshop (parents of children in 5.3, 6.3)

Room 501 - Homework workshop (parents of children in 5.4, 6.4)

Room 503 - Mathematics workshop (parents of children in 5.5, 6.5)


This is a Parent Information Night, therefore, children are not required to attend.


Congratulations to Year 11 student Jack Petrucelle on his recent selection in the Vic Metro Team set to compete at the upcoming Basketball Australia Under-18 National Championships!

Jack has been featured in February 15 edition of the Whittlesea Leader.

Outstanding achievement - congratulations Jack!

Article Courtesy of: Chris Cavanagh - Whittlesea Leader