PLANTAGENET Players will christen their new home next month with a variety show to rival all others from the acting group’s repertoire.
The newly refurbished Plantagenet District Hall is now sparkling with nearly $1 million worth of fix-ups, including retractable tiered seating and state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment.
Plantagenet Players media liaison Kristy Kempton said the first show for the hall, 100% Comedy – Caution: may contain traces of nuts, will feature two hours of skits, musical and dance numbers, short plays and poems.
“Plantagenet Players shows are notoriously cheeky and hilarious,” she said.
“The actors are all volunteers, including The Weekender’s own Andy Dolphin, and almost all content is written in-house.”
Co-producer of 100% Comedy Charmaine Gadenne said the show is guaranteed to tickle the cockles of your funny bones.
“It’s a lively variety show full of humour, wit and a touch of mayhem,” she said.
“We have created some very unique pieces in the usual style of Plantagenet Players that may cause you to laugh so hard, you’ll have tears running down your legs.
“The cast are having a ‘cracking’ good time at rehearsals, adding their own delightful personalities to their characters on stage as they explore our new theatre, whilst the crew have been playing with all the new equipment and creating costumes that will be a treat for the eyes.”
Tickets for the May 11, 12, 18 and 19 shows are on sale now and can be purchased at Mt Barker Scrap Shak.
Tickets cost $17 for adults, $12 for seniors and children, and a light supper is included.