About the PlayBy May 1941 St Cecilia’s School for Young Ladies is well rehearsed for the Founder’s Day performance of ‘The Mikado’. But Japan enters the war and the Bishop (or rather the Bishop’s wife) decrees the show quite unsuitable. School efforts to overcome this disaster become entwined with the activities of the local VDF (Home…
A hilarious Christmas comedy about fake snow, fairy lights, and the great Australian Dream.
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Miss Bilby and the Moss-Covered Cleric is a light-hearted spoof of an Agatha Christie whodunit.
This radio play has every cliche of plot and sound effect.
A dark comedy by Norman Price; think George Gershwin meets Quentin Tarantino. A kitchen cabaret laced with psycho undertones.
About the ShowCelebrating the stories and collective wit and wisdom of women.Local women raise their voices to share their stories. Includes original readings, poems and scripts. Laughter, tears and song.Proceeds will be donated to The Centre for Women & Co., a local not for profit organisation who provide specialist domestic violence and womens’ well-being services.CastGlenda…
The rollicking adventures of the “Sailing South” crew and ticket of leave prisoners. Set in the 1850’s a lot of leeway has been given with this little ditty aimed as providing plenty of laughs.