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Nov
15
to Nov 18

Victor Herbert's Eileen, GSOV


Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Victoria presents Eileen, an exciting musical adventure set in romantic 18th century Ireland filled with great songs, captivating characters and Irish dancing. It’s a craic-er of a show!

Event Times:

Thursday 15th November 8:00pm,

Friday 16th November 8:00pm

Saturday 17th November 2:00pm

Saturday 17th November 8:00pm

Sunday 18th November 2:00pm

Cost: $18 - $38

Event Contact Name: Judith Clark

Email Address: judithclarkis@outlook.com


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May
18
to Jun 9

The Walworth Farce - Kings X Theatre

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Equal parts hilarious, menacing, absurd, terrifying, tender, violent and deeply moving, Enda Walsh’s The Walworth Farce is a wild exploration into what can happen when we get stuck inside the stories we tell. Because in the end … what are we if we’re not our stories?

7.30pm (Tues - Sat), 5pm (Sun)

Cost: $37 Adult, $32 Concession, $25 Previews

 

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May
12
to May 14

Irish Community Players Production - Your Man

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Irish Community Players Present YOUR MAN An original play by Ian Phillips . Six characters, the product of the imagination of omnipotent writer, Your Man, inhabit The Flann O’Brien Memorial Bar, a rundown ladies lounge. They await new roles however Your Man seems to be undergoing some sort of writer’s block for his output has been somewhat deficient of late. There is a growing sense of unease. Sat 12, Sun 13, Mon 14 May  at 7.30pm. Tickets $25 adults $20 students & concessions.         Bookings:  62885088 

 

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Apr
24
to May 26

The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Sydney

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A black comedy by written by Martin McDonagh.

This brazen and unapologetically blood-curdling farce combines comedy and violence in a darkly funny portrait of rivalries among terrorists for whom killing, torturing and bombing are just day-jobs. 

“One of the ­greatest and most ­improbable comedies of the ­decade” The Guardian

Thursday – Saturday 7:30pm, Sunday 5pm, Saturday 26 May 2pm only

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