‘A Night in Provence’ is hilarious romp from 75 year-old, British playwright, Robin Hawdon.
This production can be seen in the comfortable Harbour Theatre, in the Port Cineaste Building, 70 Adelaide Street, Fremantle. Curtain up at 8.00 pm nightly until Saturday 23rd March. There is a 2.00 pm matinee on Sunday the 10th and again on the 17th March.
‘The Tempest’ penned by the Bard of Avon, old William Shakespeare himself. This contemporary adaptation by the cast is being presented by the Hayman Theatre Company, in the intimate Upstairs Theatre, Hayman Theatre, building 102 (near car park B12) at Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley.
‘A Lady Mislaid’ was written by playwright and legendary BBC radio comedian, Kenneth Horne. Kenneth died 45 years ago, of a heart attack at the early age of 61 in London’s Dorchester Hotel on Valentine’s Day. He was probably one of the most admired and loved radio writers, often acting as a straight man to the risqué sketches from legends such as Kenneth Williams and Marty Feldman.
Comedy, corruption and sexy 1940s charm come to the Old Mill Theatre this June in the play Born Yesterday.