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A LITTLE MURDER NEVER HURT ANYBODY PDF Print E-mail

OPENS SATURDAY 12 NOVEMBER AT 7.30PM


By Ron Bernas, Directed by Debra Chalmers



New Year’s resolutions are often difficult to keep, but Matthew makes a concerted effort to keep his: to kill his wife. Luckily for her, he isn’t very clever in this screwball mystery-comedy.


Final two performances this weekend - 2 and 3 December

Friday & Saturdays at 7.30pm

Read the Stage Whisper's review here ...


All inquiries to 0435 591 720


 
MURDERERS - OPENS SATURDAY 4 MARCH PDF Print E-mail

MURDERERS

by Jeffrey Hatcher


"A Killer Comedy"


Opens Saturday 4 March at 7.30pm

Then plays 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24 and 25 March

Friday & Saturdays at 7.30pm

Sunday 12 at 6pm

Sunday 19 at 2pm


Three murderers -- three stories ...


  THE MAN WHO MARRIED HIS MOTHER-IN-LAW


  MARGARET FAYDLE COMES TO TOWN


  MATCH WITS WITH MINKA LUPINO


Playing at the Chelmer Community Centre, Cnr. Queenscroft &

Halsbury Streets, Chelmer

0435 591 720

 
Agatha Crispie - by Cenarth Fox PDF Print E-mail

AGATHA CRISPIE


Opens Saturday 7 May at 7.30pm

FINAL TWO PERFORMANCES THIS WEEKEND .. ARE BOTH SOLD OUT

We thank you for for coming ...


In  the  south  of England  not  long  after  World  War  1  the  unknown  writer  Agatha  Crispie  writes  mystery stories. She longs for their publication but her snobbish family despise her writing and ridicule her plots.  Agatha gets a lucky break when a body is found in the library.  The police arrive as does a grey-haired cardigan-wearing spinster with a knack for solving crimes. Suddenly the pressure is too much. Agatha disappears but immediately after a dapper foreigner appears. He too has a knack for solving mysteries. There  is  a  dead  body,  suspects,  amateur  sleuths,  red  herrings  and  dithering  cops - just like the life and characters of another scribbler, the slightly better-known Agatha Christie. There are surprises, mystery, drama, humour and that infernal, eternal mousetrap!


Can you pick out all the Agatha Christie references in the play????

0435 591 720

or book online ... just follow the link to your left (and up a bit)


 
The Mayne Inheritance - a play PDF Print E-mail

OPENS SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER AT 7.30PM

by Errol O'Neill


THE REMAINING SEASON OF MAYNE IS SOLD OUT COMPLETELY

NO CHANGES TO EXISTING BOOKINGS CAN BE MADE ...

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT


Patrick Mayne was a poor Irishman who emigrated to

Australia in the first half of the twentieth century. Settling in Brisbane, Queensland, he built his fortune as a butcher, landowner, and town councillor, and left an extraordinary legacy: a deathbed confession of murder that had a profound impact on the lives of his wife, his children and the colonial society he helped to build.


"You know the true story. You can feel it in your blood. His crimes.”



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