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Moruya Red Door Theatre presents "All in a Night's Work"

The latest theatrical work "All in a Night's Work" will be presented by The Moruya Red Door Theatre over two weekends in Moruya, Narooma and Central Red Door’s latest production "All in a Night's Work" is said to be a delightful mix of classic comedy with a little satire, live music and a lot of good fun. This is the third production from Moruya’s Red Door Theatre company. Following the wonderful success of Babes in the Wood and also Peter Pan: the Eurobodalla chapter, the company is now sixteen actors strong, ranging in age from 14 to 92. Add to the mix some of Eurobodalla’s best musical talent and this show, which was devised and directed by Linda Heald, provides a delightful combination of comedy nostalgia and contemporary commentary.

The Moruya Red Door Theatre Company will be taking the show on the road. Starting in Moruya at the Moruya Primary School, they will then head south to the magnificent Kinema in Narooma before a matinee show in Central Tilba. This production, featuring comedy skits and a bit of satire, has something for all tastes; ranging from Monthy Python through to a contemporary take on the Internet They have been very fortunate to attract a number of talented performers and musicians, including the fantastic Stafford Ray.

Tickets on sale as of Wednesday 30th May from: Moruya Books Mockingham Bird Antiques of Tilba Kinema Naooma Bayside Therapies Batemans Bay and on line at:

Above: Left to right - Gerry Deevey, Sigña 'Ziggy' Reddy and Jeremy Kemp go through of "All in a Night's Work" - the for the Moruya Red Door Theatre's latest production - Photo by Jake Traynor Films Show times:

Fri. 22 June 7.30pm Moruya Primary School Sat. 23 June 2.00pm Moruya Primary School Sat. 30 June 7.30pm Kinema, Narooma Sun. 1 July 2.00pm School of Arts Hall Central Tilba

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