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2021 Season

Please note: The season is subject to rights confirmation & health restrictions.

Play 1

Travelling North
Written by David Williamson
Directed by Michael Gooley

February 12th to March 20th

Wednesday, Feb 10th (Charity preview)

Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays, Feb 21st & 
Mar 7th & 14th at 2pm


Box Office opens
Saturday, January 30th 2021


Frank is a bugger, but somehow Frances has fallen for him. They happily leave chilly Melbourne for tropical Queensland, seeking warmer climes and a change in lifestyle, to the horror and inconvenience of their children. Soon, however, their dream faces a new threat: signs of age betray themselves in Frank's failing heart. Meanwhile, Frances' daughters  demand her return, if only to care for their ever-growing broods.

Play 2
The Game's Afoot
Written by Ken Ludwig
Directed by Tom Richards

May 7th to June 12th

Wednesday, May 5th (Charity preview)

Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays, May 16th & 
30th & Jun 6th at 2pm


Box Office opens
Saturday, April 24th 2021


Broadway star William Gillette, admired the world over for his leading role in the play Sherlock Holmes, has invited his fellow cast members to his Connecticut castle for a weekend of revelry. But when one of the guests is stabbed to death, the festivities in this isolated house of tricks and mirrors quickly turn dangerous. It is then up to Gillette himself, as he assumes the persona of his beloved Holmes, to track down the killer before the next victim appears. The danger and hilarity are non-stop in this glittering whodunit.

Play 3
Life Without Me
Written by Daniel Keene
Directed by Natalie Banach


This production has been postponed and will now be a part of our 2022 season.


Written by the much-awarded playwright Daniel Keene, this is a funny, honest and heartwarming story that invites us to question life itself, or at least our own. Set in a 2-star hotel lobby, capturing the emotional truth of the almost absurd characters, from the less than competent hotel manager to the slightly obscure guests, Daniel Keene has created a symbolic world of its own. A mix of drifters in search of the concept of happiness, trying to move on whilst simultaneously taking up residence in this unseemly perfect sanctuary for lost souls. This thought-provoking play will leave you inspired to question your place in the world; past, present and future. Somehow you may be left feeling awkwardly familiar. “My life just seems to go on, but ... without me in it”.

Play 4
The Book of Everything
Adapted by Richard Tulloch
Directed by Cheryl Butler



This production has been postponed and will now be a part of our 2022 season.


Thomas is nine and he's started writing a book. His father says all important books are about God. Even so, Thomas writes down all the interesting things he sees that other people seem to ignore: tropical fish in the canal, a deluge of frogs, the Son of God popping in for a chat...
He also writes down his greatest determination: When I grow up, I'm going to be happy.
Featuring Jesus, the angels, the Bottombiter, the startling Mrs Van Amersfoort and a beautiful girl with a leather leg, this is a totally magical story about a child learning to act when faced with fear and injustice.


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