GALLERY: Social eyes

Jeff Sanson, Mark Richards, and Mark Kentwell, at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland
Jeff Sanson, Mark Richards, and Mark Kentwell, at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland
Tony Rhodes, Craig Poole, Brad King and Dominique Squires at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse.  Picture: Ryan Osland

Tony Rhodes, Craig Poole, Brad King and Dominique Squires at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland

Michael Vidler, of McMahans Point, John Campbell, of Lindfield, Kirk Willcox, of North Narrabeen, and Tim Bolger, of Marrickville,  at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland

Michael Vidler, of McMahans Point, John Campbell, of Lindfield, Kirk Willcox, of North Narrabeen, and Tim Bolger, of Marrickville, at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland

Warwick Bartley, Luke Egan and Dave King at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland

Warwick Bartley, Luke Egan and Dave King at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland

Brad Garrad, Glen Hal and Adrian Buchan, at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland

Brad Garrad, Glen Hal and Adrian Buchan, at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland

John Hines, Geoff Goulden and Martin Potter, at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland

John Hines, Geoff Goulden and Martin Potter, at the annual SurfAid charity festival breakfast at Merewether Surfhouse. Picture: Ryan Osland

Rachel and Kim Wilson, with Corrin and Lucy Taylor, both of New Lambton, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Rachel and Kim Wilson, with Corrin and Lucy Taylor, both of New Lambton, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Sera Alterator, of Cardiff, Kim Carew, of Warners Bay, Ben Enderby, of Speers Point, and Kallan Mitchell, of Cardiff, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Sera Alterator, of Cardiff, Kim Carew, of Warners Bay, Ben Enderby, of Speers Point, and Kallan Mitchell, of Cardiff, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Josh Nisson, of Wallsend, and Emily Finn, of Warners Bay, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Josh Nisson, of Wallsend, and Emily Finn, of Warners Bay, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Victor Emeljanow, of East Maitland, and Mercia Buck, of Charlestown, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Victor Emeljanow, of East Maitland, and Mercia Buck, of Charlestown, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Jessica Nicholls, of Caves Beach, Trish Nicholls, of Belmont, and Donna Purcell, of Valentine, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Jessica Nicholls, of Caves Beach, Trish Nicholls, of Belmont, and Donna Purcell, of Valentine, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Linda and Ben Read, both of Waratah, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Linda and Ben Read, both of Waratah, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Pamela Whalan, of Cooks Hill, and Ian Whalan, of Hamilton South, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Pamela Whalan, of Cooks Hill, and Ian Whalan, of Hamilton South, at the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the Playhouse. Picture: Marina Neil

Justine Matthews and Alex Nicolini, both of Hamilton South, at the Supporters of Cancer Ball at Newcastle Panthers. Picture: Ryan Osland

Justine Matthews and Alex Nicolini, both of Hamilton South, at the Supporters of Cancer Ball at Newcastle Panthers. Picture: Ryan Osland

Karissa Buck, of Charlestown, and James Shrededdon, of Merewether, at the Supporters of Cancer Ball at Newcastle Panthers. Picture: Ryan Osland

Karissa Buck, of Charlestown, and James Shrededdon, of Merewether, at the Supporters of Cancer Ball at Newcastle Panthers. Picture: Ryan Osland

Judy and Chris John, both of Bolton Point, at the Supporters of Cancer Ball at Newcastle Panthers. Picture: Ryan Osland

Judy and Chris John, both of Bolton Point, at the Supporters of Cancer Ball at Newcastle Panthers. Picture: Ryan Osland

Ali Cowley, of Newcastle, Megan Williamson, of Coogee, Sarah Boyd, of Jewels, and Katie Newell, of Mayfield, at the Supporters of Cancer Ball at Newcastle Panthers. Picture: Ryan Osland

Ali Cowley, of Newcastle, Megan Williamson, of Coogee, Sarah Boyd, of Jewels, and Katie Newell, of Mayfield, at the Supporters of Cancer Ball at Newcastle Panthers. Picture: Ryan Osland

Melissa Baker, of Bar Beach, and Kelly O'Donnell, of Mount Hutton, at the Supporters of Cancer Ball at Newcastle Panthers. Picture: Ryan Osland

Melissa Baker, of Bar Beach, and Kelly O'Donnell, of Mount Hutton, at the Supporters of Cancer Ball at Newcastle Panthers. Picture: Ryan Osland

This week our social eyes were on the SurfAid charity festival breakfast, the Supporters of Cancer Ball and the opening night of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged).

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