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Murder and mayhem at Civic Centre

The Tweed Theatre Company are set for action in October with "Find the Lady." Supplied.
The Tweed Theatre Company are set for action in October with "Find the Lady." Supplied.

MURDER, mayhem and drama.

That's the order of the day when the Tweed Theatre Company takes to the stage in its October production of English comedy/thriller "Find the Lady," written by Michael Pertwee and directed by Coral Kelly.

Michael Pertwee is a well known author.

He wrote the musical comedy, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," the movie "It Started in Naples," TV series "The Saint" and "Alfred Hitchcock," as well as the English comedy "Holiday Snap."

"Find the Lady" is about Rosie Lake, (played by Julianne Scott) the proprietress of the Delamere Private Hotel, who stumbles across the strangulated body of one of her residents.

She faints, but when Rosie comes to, there is no body and no evidence to prove a crime ever took place.

She tries in vain to convince her other lodgers, (Raelene Richards, Jim Fury, Anita Murcia, Clayton Wetherall, Sue-Ellen McCubben, Chris Hawkins and Gai Byrne), but with her drinking reputation, it is all taken with a pinch of salt.

That is, until strange things begin to occur…and the plot thickens.

Come along and enjoy a couple of hours of good live entertainment.

"Find the Lady" runs for six performances - two nights and four matinees over the last two weekends in October at Tweed Heads Civic Centre.

Friday night, October 19 and 26 at 8.00pm DST

Matinees on Saturday and Sunday 20, 21, 27 and 28 at 2.00pm DST.

Tickets: Adults $15.00 - Conc/students $12.00

Cabaret seating. BYO drinks and snacks.

Tables of eight are $12.00 each.

Tickets are available at Tweed Heads and Murwillumbah Information Centres or phone 1800 674 414 or at the door.

More information on Tweed Theatre web site - www.tweedtheatre.com.au

Part proceeds from this production go to Tweed Family Mental Health.
 

Topics:  tweed theatre company



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