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Live theatre at the Kinema and Tilba Hall this weekend

ALL IN A NIGHT’S WORK Live Theatre, Classic Comedy & Contemporary Satire

Moruya Red Door Theatre Company Local director Linda Heald has cleverly matched a group of lively actors (supported by a live orchestra) with varying acting experience and talents with vignettes from The Naked Vicar to Monty Python to Fry & Laurie and Wayne & Schuster - and the Muppet Show - that will lift your heart and keep you chuckling throughout. The post-interval parody about the distractions and rabbit holes we go down when we go online (written by American Ian McWethy) shines a hilarious light on this medium now embedded into our daily lives. All in a Night's Work"Presented by The Moruya Red Door Theatre This coming weekend - classic comedies, a little satire, live music and a lot of good fun in Red Door’s latest production. Sat. 30 June 7.30pm Kinema, Narooma Sun. 1 July 2.00pm School of Arts Hall Central Tilba 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. Tickets are ON SALE NOW at Narooma Kinema, mockingbirdlanetilba and online at Celebrating arts & culture in the Eurobodalla!

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