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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Last of the Summer Wine (-)

LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE
 
FRIDAY 28 & SATURDAY 29 JULY 7.30PM
SUNDAY 30 JULY 2PM
THURSDAY 3, FRIDAY 4 & SATURDAY 5 AUGUST 7.30PM
REPERTORY THEATRE
 

Repertory Theatre presents

“Last of the Summer Wine”

Created and Written by Roy Clarke, Directed by Glenn Cameron.

In this new stage adaptation of the timeless television series, Foggy (Carey Knapp), Clegg (Ted Charlton) and Compo (Mike Boag) are reunited for one last adventure. Foggy has designs on winning the affections of Constance (Karen Hughes), Nora Batty (Lizz Hudson)’s niece and the long-suffering fiancée of the hapless Gifford Bewmont (Chris MacKenzie). With the help of Clegg, Foggy invites the ladies around for an evening’s entertainment but the duo are unaware that a mysterious flasher (Hamish Cameron) is stalking the local community.

Gifford has pledged to apprehend the flasher and has mounted all-night patrols in the village. While awaiting the arrival of the ladies, Foggy is dismayed when Compo turns up unannounced and who proceeds to wreak havoc on Foggy’s careful preparations as Gifford’s efforts to capture the flasher lead to mistaken identities and even more chaos. When the flasher is eventually unmasked it turns out his intentions are benign but not before our heroes are nearly undone by the enveloping madness.

If you are looking for fun, laughter and nostalgia look no further than this hilarious production at Repertory Theatre of “Last of the Summer Wine”.

Finish approx. evening show 9.45pm, matinee 4.15pm

Adult $25
Students/ Seniors / Members $20
Senior Members $19
Group of 10 + 1 free (not available on-line)
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Monday, July 31, 2017

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Tuesday, August 01, 2017

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Wednesday, August 02, 2017

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Thursday, August 03, 2017

Last of the Summer Wine (-)

LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE
 
FRIDAY 28 & SATURDAY 29 JULY 7.30PM
SUNDAY 30 JULY 2PM
THURSDAY 3, FRIDAY 4 & SATURDAY 5 AUGUST 7.30PM
REPERTORY THEATRE
 

Repertory Theatre presents

“Last of the Summer Wine”

Created and Written by Roy Clarke, Directed by Glenn Cameron.

In this new stage adaptation of the timeless television series, Foggy (Carey Knapp), Clegg (Ted Charlton) and Compo (Mike Boag) are reunited for one last adventure. Foggy has designs on winning the affections of Constance (Karen Hughes), Nora Batty (Lizz Hudson)’s niece and the long-suffering fiancée of the hapless Gifford Bewmont (Chris MacKenzie). With the help of Clegg, Foggy invites the ladies around for an evening’s entertainment but the duo are unaware that a mysterious flasher (Hamish Cameron) is stalking the local community.

Gifford has pledged to apprehend the flasher and has mounted all-night patrols in the village. While awaiting the arrival of the ladies, Foggy is dismayed when Compo turns up unannounced and who proceeds to wreak havoc on Foggy’s careful preparations as Gifford’s efforts to capture the flasher lead to mistaken identities and even more chaos. When the flasher is eventually unmasked it turns out his intentions are benign but not before our heroes are nearly undone by the enveloping madness.

If you are looking for fun, laughter and nostalgia look no further than this hilarious production at Repertory Theatre of “Last of the Summer Wine”.

Finish approx. evening show 9.45pm, matinee 4.15pm

Adult $25
Students/ Seniors / Members $20
Senior Members $19
Group of 10 + 1 free (not available on-line)
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Friday, August 04, 2017

Last of the Summer Wine (-)

LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE
 
FRIDAY 28 & SATURDAY 29 JULY 7.30PM
SUNDAY 30 JULY 2PM
THURSDAY 3, FRIDAY 4 & SATURDAY 5 AUGUST 7.30PM
REPERTORY THEATRE
 

Repertory Theatre presents

“Last of the Summer Wine”

Created and Written by Roy Clarke, Directed by Glenn Cameron.

In this new stage adaptation of the timeless television series, Foggy (Carey Knapp), Clegg (Ted Charlton) and Compo (Mike Boag) are reunited for one last adventure. Foggy has designs on winning the affections of Constance (Karen Hughes), Nora Batty (Lizz Hudson)’s niece and the long-suffering fiancée of the hapless Gifford Bewmont (Chris MacKenzie). With the help of Clegg, Foggy invites the ladies around for an evening’s entertainment but the duo are unaware that a mysterious flasher (Hamish Cameron) is stalking the local community.

Gifford has pledged to apprehend the flasher and has mounted all-night patrols in the village. While awaiting the arrival of the ladies, Foggy is dismayed when Compo turns up unannounced and who proceeds to wreak havoc on Foggy’s careful preparations as Gifford’s efforts to capture the flasher lead to mistaken identities and even more chaos. When the flasher is eventually unmasked it turns out his intentions are benign but not before our heroes are nearly undone by the enveloping madness.

If you are looking for fun, laughter and nostalgia look no further than this hilarious production at Repertory Theatre of “Last of the Summer Wine”.

Finish approx. evening show 9.45pm, matinee 4.15pm

Adult $25
Students/ Seniors / Members $20
Senior Members $19
Group of 10 + 1 free (not available on-line)
 btn-booknow

 

Let the Good Times Roll (-)

Sharyn Underwood School of Dance

LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL
 
Friday 4  &  Saturday 5 August  8pm
Friday 11 &  Saturday 12 August  8pm
Friday 18  August  8pm
Sunday 20  August  2pm
Amdram Theatre, Guyton Street


The Dance School is at present fund-raising for a trip to Sydney for 12 of their senior students in October. The trip is to extend their dance education and they will be taking classes at Sydney Dance Company and Ettingshausens Performing Arts Centre and also visiting other well-known studios around Sydney.

“Let the Good Times Roll” is a great show of dance and music - a family cabaret suitable for all ages.
The bar will be open and finger food supplied for the evening shows. The tables seat 10 so it is ideal for a group to have a fun night out.
NB the bar is not open for the Sunday matinee.

Evening shows $25 each
Sunday Matinee $15 each

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Saturday, August 05, 2017

Last of the Summer Wine (-)

LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE
 
FRIDAY 28 & SATURDAY 29 JULY 7.30PM
SUNDAY 30 JULY 2PM
THURSDAY 3, FRIDAY 4 & SATURDAY 5 AUGUST 7.30PM
REPERTORY THEATRE
 

Repertory Theatre presents

“Last of the Summer Wine”

Created and Written by Roy Clarke, Directed by Glenn Cameron.

In this new stage adaptation of the timeless television series, Foggy (Carey Knapp), Clegg (Ted Charlton) and Compo (Mike Boag) are reunited for one last adventure. Foggy has designs on winning the affections of Constance (Karen Hughes), Nora Batty (Lizz Hudson)’s niece and the long-suffering fiancée of the hapless Gifford Bewmont (Chris MacKenzie). With the help of Clegg, Foggy invites the ladies around for an evening’s entertainment but the duo are unaware that a mysterious flasher (Hamish Cameron) is stalking the local community.

Gifford has pledged to apprehend the flasher and has mounted all-night patrols in the village. While awaiting the arrival of the ladies, Foggy is dismayed when Compo turns up unannounced and who proceeds to wreak havoc on Foggy’s careful preparations as Gifford’s efforts to capture the flasher lead to mistaken identities and even more chaos. When the flasher is eventually unmasked it turns out his intentions are benign but not before our heroes are nearly undone by the enveloping madness.

If you are looking for fun, laughter and nostalgia look no further than this hilarious production at Repertory Theatre of “Last of the Summer Wine”.

Finish approx. evening show 9.45pm, matinee 4.15pm

Adult $25
Students/ Seniors / Members $20
Senior Members $19
Group of 10 + 1 free (not available on-line)
 btn-booknow

 

Let the Good Times Roll (-)

Sharyn Underwood School of Dance

LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL
 
Friday 4  &  Saturday 5  August  8pm
Friday 11 &  Saturday 12 August  8pm
Friday 18  August  8pm
Sunday 20  August  2pm
Amdram Theatre, Guyton Street


The Dance School is at present fund-raising for a trip to Sydney for 12 of their senior students in October. The trip is to extend their dance education and they will be taking classes at Sydney Dance Company and Ettingshausens Performing Arts Centre and also visiting other well-known studios around Sydney.

“Let the Good Times Roll” is a great show of dance and music - a family cabaret suitable for all ages.
The bar will be open and finger food supplied for the evening shows. The tables seat 10 so it is ideal for a group to have a fun night out.
NB the bar is not open for the Sunday matinee.

Evening shows $25 each
Sunday Matinee $15 each

btn-booknow

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