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An Evening with Sherlock Holmes (Play)
8.00pm 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13 July / 2.00pm 7 July
Telephone bookings open 10th June 2019 Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am till 12 Noon
A triad of mysteries comprising:-
The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor is the tale of a British aristocrat, who marries an American millionairess because his family fortune has run out. However, on the wedding day, his young wife disappears. Sir Robert immediately calls on Sherlock Holmes to uncover the mystery of what has happened to Hatty. A happy ending ensues for Hatty but, alas, not for Sir Robert.
The Milverton Adventure pits Holmes and Watson against a nefarious blackmailer, Charles Milverton, who is blackmailing one of Holmes’ clients, a woman who wrote several damning letters to a former lover that could, if revealed, destroy her impending marriage. In his effort to save his client, Holmes plans a radical solution which leads to the fatal shooting of the blackmailer. Is justice finally served?
The Disappearance of Adam makes this evening with Holmes unique. In this mind-boggling play, Holmes must solve one of the existential mysteries. With its theme of life and death, the great detective, the super sleuth of innumerable cases, must solve the riddle that has puzzled the most brilliant minds in history! How does a person cope with his or her own demise? A not-to-be-missed climax!
Online bookings available now!
Phone bookings open 15th April on 0499 954 016
Vincent, a professional suicide ‘enabler’, is contracted by Walter Bryce and arrives at his country house. Vincent assumes that his painless poison is intended for Walter – or maybe for Walter’s wife Celia – or both? But why is her suicide note left unsigned? Who called the Good Samaritan? What is Walter’s secretary’s role in this? After several failed attempts at poisoning various characters, will anyone actually shuffle off the mortal coil and can the rubber plant survive?
Get ready to laugh, cry and fall in love with lyrics that are heartbreakingly true and music that captures the soaring emotions of a new generation with Side by Side by Sondheim. Simple and unpretentious, this Tony Award-winning musical is a perfect introduction to the work of this contemporary master and a must for diehard fans.
Featuring music from Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Anyone Can Whistle and Pacific Overtures, not to mention the classics, such as West Side Story and Gypsy. Written with musical theatre giants, Leonard Bernstein, Jule Styne and Richard Rodgers, this dazzling array of some of Sondheim’s best-known songs demonstrates his masterful craft and astounding creativity.
July 26, 27, 28 & August 2, 3, 4 @ 8pm with matinees July 29 & August 4 @ 2pm
BOOKINGS: 0415 777 173 or www.playlovers.org.au
Romeo and Juliet was first performed in 1594 and now 424 years later this timeless classic is still one of the most popular and performed works of Shakespeare. Romeo and Juliet has been adapted numerous times for stage, film, musical and opera venues and now Limelight Theatre (our first Shakespeare ever!).
Two star crossed lovers come together in spite of the constant opposition of their warring families. Street brawls, a masquerade, hope and the best laid schemes of the well intentioned will lead to an inevitable and tragic conclusion.
Peter Clark (Director) brings a contemporary approach to this much loved Shakespearean classic, involving lights, sound, film, music and much more! An accessible production suitable for young and old, first timers and Shakespearean and those wanting to experience how enjoyable Shakespeare really can be!
Fairy Tale of Sorts owes its gestation to films such as ‘A Knight’s Tale’, Python’s ‘Holy Grail’ and a host of Disney features.
The play harks back to Medieval times, as we join the good folk of Partridgedale and meet with a bunch of lovable misfit characters in a madcap fairytale for BIG kids.
Performance dates: 28th June – 7th July 2018
|Willy Loman has been a traveling salesman all his life. Although Willy has worked hard, his family has always lived on the edge of poverty, while he has constantly told himself and his family that his deserved ‘big break’ is just around the corner. The play consists of events in the present moment mixed up with events from the past, seamlessly weaving together, all leading up to a pinnacle moment in the existence of Willy Loman, a moment where he realises his own failure.
Audition Dates: January 13-14
Performance Dates: March 8th – 17th
Freya BeadleFairy Sparkle
Aleisha ArcherPrincess Ariel
Amy SalesPrincess Cinderella
Beth TandyPrincess Belle
Erin BarrettQueen Elsa
Our young Harmony will meet many famous princesses along her journey and take your child along with her as she learns all the values that a good Princess should have, such as being kind, caring, thankful and most of all, to be yourself! The show is written in the style of a pantomime and encourages audience participation; your child can interact with Harmony and all the other characters, ensuring a wonderful time is had by all! With lots of songs you already know and love, it will give you an inside look into the world of a Princess as Harmony discovers what it truly means to live out every child’s dream! This show is for all ages, and will be especially enjoyed by families with young children.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Sunday 11am show has been withdrawn. 2pm appearing as normal
Coming to the Limelight Theatre in January!
The Dean Martin Centenary Musical Tribute Show
Starring Mike Peden
One Night Only – Saturday October 28, 2017
Doors Open 7pm for Drinks and Supper. Show starts 8pm
The Wedding Singer
Musical with music by Matthew Sklar and lyrics by Chad Beguelin.
*Additional performance date: 6th December*
The musical revolves around Robbie, who sings at weddings, his failed relationship with his former fiancée, and his romance with a new love, Julia.
Premiered on Broadway in 2006 and had several US tours starting in 2007. Nominated for the 2006 Tony Award for Best Musical.
November 23rd, 24th, 25th and 30th, 8.00pm
December 1st, 2nd, 8.00pm
December 3rd, 2.00pm matinee with afternoon tea
December 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th, 8.00pm