If you want a great night out in the 'Gong go along to see Ravenous Lustus @ Gourmet on Globe.
It's a very funny theatre resturant based in roman times & is written by Tom Pickard!
I've been to see it twice and it's a great laugh. you get a 3 course meal and the show all for $58.00...It's worth every cent!
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Move Over Mrs. Markham mixes three separate couples all seeking illicit liaisons unknowingly at the same time and place. Add a straight laced children's author, a sexy au pair girl and a flamboyant interior decorator... stir in misplaced love notes, ringing phones and a full liquor cabinet... and the game is on.
“No Exit” by Jean-Paul Sartre.
The Crypt Theatre, Cat and Fiddle Hotel, Balmain to 25th June 2006
Reviewed by Keith McIlroy. 2nd June 2006
Given the quality of both the production team and the cast it is not surprising that this is an excellent production. NIDA graduate director Briony Dunn has teamed up again with Fiona Green to co direct and produce this entertaining, fast paced and, of course, thought-provoking piece.
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I'm after advice on how to put together a company to produce a profit-share production. I have a play that I want to produce and a role in that play that I want to play. I only have a few huindred dollars I can invest myself, though, so would need other people to be involved and invest in the project.
I'm looking for anyone who would be willing to help me with a children's theatre production of "The Enchanted Wood". You don't have to have amazing qualifications i'm just looking for someone who is willing to give their time.
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.