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Panic Stations

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Written by Derek Benfield

Directed by Fred Petersen

 

Performance Dates: January 29, 30 & 31 & February 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14 curtain up at 8pm. February 1, 8 & 14 curtain up at 2pm.

 

Doors & licensed bar open 30 minutes prior to curtain.

 

Tickets: Adult $20, Concession $17, Members/Children $15.

 

Bookings: Elaine Gilberthorpe (08) 9378 1990 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

In search of a peaceful life, Chester Dreadnought buys a cottage in the country. He arrives ahead of his wife and manages to become entangled in the advances of the pneumatic Carol at the local inn. Throw in a bumbling handyman and his wife, a controlling mother-in-law, an eccentric trigger-happy father-in-law, an army sergeant and an enthusiastic archaeologist who si off with the fairies - his new venture threatens to blow up in his face! Bang! Boom!

 
James & The Giant Peach

Written by Roald Dahl, Adapted by David Wood

Directed by Katie Toner

 

Performance Dates: February 19 & 20 curtain up at 8pm. February 21 & 22 curtain up at 2pm.

 

Doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain.

 

Tickets: $10 per person.

 

Bookings: Elaine Gilberthorpe (08) 9378 1990 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Garrick Theatre Club is proud to present a showcase for our TAG students this year, running for a limited season this show is great opportunity for our teenage members to get a show of the ground. Directed by Katie Toner with a great cast this show is going to be a great evening entertainment.  

As the men that meet her fall about Miranda's 'feet' to please her, Clare & her friends start to get suspicious of the woman suddenly at the centre of attention and when at last her secret is discovered........Well, you'll just have to come along & see to find out!!!

 

"James and the giant peach is the story of the loneliest little boy in the world and his journey to happiness. Accompanied by his band of loyal insect friends he sets off onboard the giant peach in search of a new world full of "beauty, joy and happiness". However, the crew face danger and trouble on the high seas of the Atlantic and must scare sharks, battle cloud men and lasso seagulls in a bid to survive. Through James' growing confidence and the support of his friends, the young hero finally reaches his destination, Central Park, New York, where the loneliest little boy in the world now lives a life full of more happiness and friends than he could ever wish for."

 

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