Roleystone Theatre (WA) presents A Month of Sundays, a touching comedy from the author of the TV series As Time Goes By, from April 5, 2013.
Written by Bob Larbey and directed by Phil Mackenzie at Roleystone Theatre, A Month of Sundays is set in an aged care home and follows two residents facing the difficulties of growing old and painful family visits with dignity and humour.
Kim Martin plays Cooper, who voluntarily left his family to avoid depending on them, while his friend Aylott is slowly drifting into senility.
Okay, admit it. You tell everyone that you would never watch the Eurovision song contest in a fit, but secretly you hold a party for your friends and they all come dressed as a different country in national costumes! Every year, millions of people sit around the television set (well, not just one set!) and argue about which overblown song is best/worst. Finally, it’s time we all came out of the Kitsch Kloset and admitted we’re hooked.
Maggie Morrison of Mordialloc, Victoria, learned that her land was once the site of aviatrix and former Mayor of Mordialloc, Gertrude McKenzie’s home.
She then took particular interest in a local newspaper story about Gertrude’s unmarked gravesite being discovered in Cheltenham Memorial Park by Aviation Historical Society of Australia Secretary, Neil Follett, who later arranged to restore the headstone.
Mousetrap Theatre, Redcliffe (Qld) presents Breaker Morant, written by Australian play and screenwriter Kenneth Ross, from February 15 – March 2, 2013. The play is based on the true story of the great Australian poet Harry “Breaker” Morant and the court-martial trial.
Breaker Morant was written by Australian play and screenwriter Kenneth Ross. The play is based on the true story of the great Australian poet Harry “Breaker” Morant and the court-martial trial.
Newly-founded St George Theatre Company (incorporating Rockdale Musical Society) will make its debut with one of Broadway and the West End’s all-time favourites, Oliver!
Lionel Bart’s legendary musical marks the debut of this new company. STGC incorporates Rockdale Musical Society. Rockdale’s more than 70 years of continuous creative work has included such recent productions as Hairspray, Avenue Q, Songs for a New World and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
Water Child, a 2012 award winning new Australian play, is in rehearsal with a group of talented Newcastle based actors, led by local director Adelle Richards, to play at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in March 2013.
When three couples, English, French and Irish mistakenly end up in a luxury villa in Provence coupled with copious amounts of champagne, heightened sexual impulses and ingrained cultural differences, the European Union could well implode! A story of how a meticulously planned holiday can go so hilariously wrong!