a comedy by Richard Everett
Directed by: Jo Allenby
June Harbottle is pregnant but fears telling her husband Peter in case it jeopardises his career, but she does tell Stella and Mike. Polly the next door neighbour confuses the situation by telling Peter that Stella is pregnant, at about the time exuberant Greek businessman Grigore arrives, and quickly the story gets more confused, Polly gets even dafter as Peter struggles with a sprained ankle and a secret of his own. Little wonder that Jane starts throwing the antique dinner service around and it seems unlikely the comic chaos will settle for long enough for the truth to emerge.
Wednesday 17th August to Saturday 20th August at 8:00pm
Tuesday 23rd August to Saturday 27th August at 8:00pm
Matinee each Saturday at 2:30pm
Many of us have a dislike of the “laugh-track” that is a part of so many comedy shows on television, as it seems it is used pretty much after almost every sentence that is spoken, with an increase in both volume and length for what are deemed to be “the really funny parts”. This situation exists with so many of [...]
In our thirty-ninth year of presenting live theatre in the City of Tea Tree Gully we once again managed to keep the laughter coming, and again managed to maintain a high level of audience numbers at all of the sixty-nine performances during the year.