ON STAGE: The Knock On The Door features Bruce Olive and Jenni McCaul.
ON STAGE: The Knock On The Door features Bruce Olive and Jenni McCaul. Contributed

Winter foursome sure to warm the audience

FINISHING tomorrow night is BATS Theatre Co's Winter Foursome, a season of four one-act plays.

They are directed by Sue Sewell, Jacqui Mata Luque, John McMahon and Wendy Silvester, and designed to warm the audience with a combination of drama, comedy and farce.

From a French bakery to the fields of Gallipoli, from a quirky Aussie B&B to a longed-for Sunday outing, Winter Foursome offers heartfelt performances.

Patrons are invited to BYO drinks and nibbles for an affordable and cosy night out with friends at Buderim Memorial Hall tomorrow at 2pm and 7.30pm.

Book at www.livetheatre .com.au.

 

Man and Superman

ACADEMY Award nominee Ralph Fiennes (The English Patient, Schindler's List, Oedipus) plays Jack Tanner in the National Theatre's exhilarating reinvention of Shaw's witty and provocative classic on screen.

Will Jack Tanner be tamed?

A romantic comedy, an epic fairytale, a fiery philosophical debate, Man and Superman asks fundamental questions about how we live.

The two screenings at Noosa Arts Theatre are Sunday, June 28, at 6.30pm and Monday, June 29, at 10am.

Book at www.livetheatre.com.au or call 5449 9343.

 

Playwriting comp

NOOSA Arts Theatre presents the three finalist plays of the Noosa Arts Theatre One-Act Playwriting Competition.

The competition offers a unique opportunity for the winning playwrights to see their work staged during the Noosa Long Weekend Festival.

During the festival, audiences are asked to vote for their favourite play.

The popular vote wins the Nancy Cato Audience Choice Award.

This year's finalists are Needle in a Haystack by Damon Lockwood, from Western Australia, Drowning by Ian Robinson, from Victoria, and Dotty's Inheritance by Queensland's Debra Chalmers. This marks her second run as a finalist in the competition.

The plays will be on July 2-18 at 2pm and 7.30pm.

Book at www.livetheatre.com.au.


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