1. Too Old for the Chorus, but not Too Old to be a Star – Each Sunday afternoon in February
See the oldies strut their stuff with song, dance and laughs as they celebrate the joys of “mature”years.
2. Summer of the Seventeenth Doll – April 16 – 19, 23 – 26
Ray Lawler’s classic play, which marked the start of a distinctive Australian theatrical voice. The themes and characters of The Doll still resonate with audiences sixty years after it was first performed.
3. Ten X 10 Play Fest 2015 – May 2015
The popular annual festival of short plays which showcases the works of local, regional and metropolitan writers. It also provides an opportunity for new and experienced directors and actors to work in a festival environment.
4. Shirley Valentine – Month of Sundays in August – Each Sunday afternoon in August.
The popular one- woman play which follows Shirley Valentine from her dreary kitchen in Liverpool, England to the adventure, colour and romance of Mykonos in Greece.
5. Wild Goose Chase – October 15- 18, 22 – 25,
All the fun of English farce comes to life in this production, which promises lots of laughs, misunderstandings, secrets and a mysterious suit of armour. A timeless piece sure to appeal.
6. I Love a Piano – December – December 1,2,3,4,5,6,
Round off the year with an evening of Irving Berlin songs. Sing along to all the sentimental favourites from Ain’t Misbehavin’ to White Christmas and many many more.