‘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.
How would you like to spend a night in Provence?
Fancy a "little totty on the side"?
Or just to enjoy a little "French romance"?
Then make your way down to Harbour Theatre, Fremantle, for a little French innuendo and plenty of laughs.
If you are offended by strong language, drug use, skimpy or implied nudity, numerous sexual references and girls kissing on stage, this isn’t the play for you.
With the exception of the main character JB, actors will be expected to play about three roles each.
OLD MILL THEATRE
will hold Auditions for their June production ,of the comedy Born Yesterday
on Saturday MARCH 16th from Noon to 4 pm at the theatre.
‘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.
Peter describes 'A Country Retreat" as a comedy-drama with a few current social issues thrown in for good measure. Is it possible to “get away from it all”? Maybe…… maybe not. The play is set in a rural area of the South West WA and presents real characters in believable situations. A play for our time.
Bookings open April 8 through Morris News 9440 1040
Season runs from May 10 to May 25
All evening sessions start at 8pm. Matinees start at 2pm.