Directed by Andrew Watson, all the innuendo, misunderstandings, mistaken identity and farce of hit television comedy has been adapted for the stage version and written by the show’s original creators David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd.
Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tours launches in Sydney on Friday 12th July as part of the Bondi Feast celebrations running through until 21st July. The sensation that took Edinburgh Festival by storm last year entertained over 11,000 people over 25 days with 188 sold out shows!
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A liberating experience that brings randoms together for one playful interactive show of comedy, music and entertainment presented by Guru Dudu. Put your dancing shoes on and get on it. Shows start right across Australia starting this month right through the year thanks to the team of guides at Guru Dudu AND they’re on the lookout for groovers like you to lead your own groups in your part of the world too. . . Check out tickets, keep up with meeting dates and find out where to get down in the latest article as we interview Sydney guide, Dani Cabs as it launches mid July! . . #gurududu #bondifeast #dudugurumelbourne #goldcoast #duduguruperth #albury #bondifeast #bondifeast19 #bondipavilion #waverleycouncil
Ira Levin’s best-selling horror novel, Rosemary’s baby is brought to life under the direction of Georgina Kling. Veronica’s Room has a sense of looming danger, suspense and unexpected twists that constantly keeps the audience thinking.
Playwright Tom Holloway and Director, Ella Hetherington, present 100 Reasons for War takes. It’s a tangential look at the reasons societies often find themselves in terrible and tragic conflicts. Funny, moving and provocative, 100 Reasons for War questions the multiple and complex reasons why war has become such a prominent feature in the history of humankind.
“It’s a play grappling to find an answer, knowing full well there is no reasonable solution,” Hetherington said. “Don’t expect your regular sort of play! We need to think about the current state of the planet – our actions as a species and as individuals. We are at war with the climate, each other and even ourselves but, at the same time, we’re on a quest for world peace, as well as peace in our homes and peace within.
WHETHER they’re cute, catty and comical or beautiful, bitchy and backstabbing, The Real Housewives of Perth are coming to Limelight Theatre. Written by Molly Bell and directed by Helen Smolders, the musical is based on the television franchise and localised for a WA audience, looking at how the women interact with each other and their partners.
Wives Joanne, Babette, Beezus, Lulu and Penny each have their moment in the sun to showcase their life. But they all have secrets, revealed during the course of the show – and the musical explores how they deal with these revelations.
Steeped in History dating back to colonial times:
The Western Australian port city of Fremantle’s iconic National Hotel, originally built in 1903, show off their new $7 million refurbishment and is a captivating Cinderella story. The venue carries with it a rich history with the promise of its new feature built on the foundations of a long and chequered past. Continue reading Fremantle’s National Hotel: New rooftop bar, Art Exhibits & a historic look back