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Bay Theatre Players’ latest production, ‘House on Fire’, opens Sunday 15 Oct

Bay Theatre Players’ latest production, ‘House on Fire’, opens in just a few days – on Sunday, 15 October - with a 2 pm matinee. And the show will be followed by an afternoon tea to be served in the Bay Playhouse foyer and courtyard.

The show promises to be a great opportunity to gather with friends, watch a live show and then enjoy afternoon tea, and meet the cast.

All tickets for the eight performances are only $18 and include the after show refreshments.

Director, Lyn Sterling says, ‘we are really excited to be able to present our play in this format and we encourage everyone to come along and see what community theatre has to offer.

‘It’s a wonderful social environment and offers avenues to explore your creativity in many areas.’

The play tells the story of the Conway household sisters - Evie who is 15 and desperately wants to make friends with the ‘cool’ kids at her new school, Michaela who is 17 and studying for her HSC, but is stressed out and feeling the pressure and Bec, who at 20 has been evicted from her share house, lost her job and has dropped out of Uni.

Above: The Conway Sisters, from 'House on Fire' - Kiara Barca, Michaella Finch and Rachael Golbach.

The play opens with the sisters at their father’s wedding. Dad is marrying Evie's geography teacher! It's no wonder their world is about to be turned upside down.

Tickets are available at The Batemans Bay Newsagency in Orient Street or by phoning 4472 5811.

Show dates are Sunday, 15 October at 2 pm; Friday, 20 October at 7.30 pm; Saturday, 21 October at 2 pm and 7.30 pm; Sunday, 22 October at 2 pm; Friday, 27 October at 7.30 pm; and Saturday, 28 October at 2 pm and 7.30 pm.

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