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The Innkeeper, the Writer, the Pirate & the Dectective AND Money From Heaven PDF Print E-mail

The Australian (world even!) premiere of

two new one act plays by the award winning Brisbane author Deb Chalmers


Will open on Saturday 8 November at 8pm

and performs 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28 and 29 November

Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sunday 16th at 6pm, Sunday 23rd at 2pm

On-line bookings open now

Directed by Deb Chalmers & Dale Murison


Eric Scott's review is here ...


Money from Heaven

Due to an unforeseen twist of events, Frankie now finds himself balance precariously on the border between heaven and hell.    The right word from the right person will make all the difference.  The only problem is how to convince Joe, his long-time friend that he is the right person and convincing him of what the "right word" is.

The Innkeeper, the Writer, the Pirate and the Detective (a radio play)

It seems to simple when Barbara Cartland did it - dark night plus innocent heroine plus dastardly pirate equals novel.  But for Miriam, the task is far from easy.  Tucked away in a shall country B&B trying to finish her book, a local murder throws detectives, accountants and friendly innkeepers into the mix and reality and fiction begin to blur.   Where is Agatha Christie when you need her??

 
Bookworms PDF Print E-mail

The Australian premiere of Bernard Farrell's play


BOOKWORMS

It's a saga to rival the wildest fiction ...

Read Eric Scott's review here ...

Read Jay McKee's (Stage Whispers) review here ...

Opens at the Chelmer Community Centre on Saturday 6 September at 8pm

Plays until September 27

Sunday 14 at 6pm, Sunday 21 at 2pm

Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm

BOOK ONLINE NOW ...

 
The Vicar of Dibley PDF Print E-mail

Everyone's favourite vicar is arriving at Chelmer on 19 July ...

By Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer
Tiger Aspect Productions

SEASON SOLD OUT ... NO TICKETS REMAINING

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT .... AND BLESSINGS


The Arrival -- When Reverend Pottle, the 102-year-old vicar of St Barnabas' Dibley, dies suddenly, the villagers eagerly await his replacement. To their shock, it turns out to be a woman. However, all the villagers grow to love their new vicar - except David Horton.

Radio Dibley - "Radio Dibley" goes live for one week, with Geraldine doing a "Brain of Dibley" competition and Owen commenting on horse gelding. Alice tries to impress her future father-in-law.

A THEATRE RESTAURANT

Bookings essential for catering purposes.
Saturday and Sundays at 6pm

Tickets $45 include dinner & show.   Bookings can be made on-line


Licensed bar.


Praying at the Chelmer Community Centre,

Cnr Queenscroft & Halsbury Streets, Chelmer

 
2013 Season PDF Print E-mail

2013 season

 
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