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The cast of Find the Lady.
The cast of Find the Lady.

OPENING night for the Tweed Theatre Company's latest production Find the Lady is full steam ahead.

Tonight the English comedy/thriller will keep audiences entertained for hours.

Director Coral Kelly said the cast members are eager with anticipation to bring the new show to the stage.

"We've been practicing it for 12 weeks now," she said.

"We've only got one new actress, Anita Murcia, and she's very much looking forward to it."

Mrs Kelly said she picked the production because she had the pleasure of playing the main lady 16 years ago.

"I've always wanted to direct it," she said.

Find the Lady is about Rosie Lake, played by talented Julianne Scott.

She is the proprietors of the Delamere Private Hotel.

Ms Lake one day stumbles across the strangulated body of one of her residents and she faints.

When she comes to there is no body and no evidence to prove a crime ever took place.

Convincing her other lodgers, (Raelene Richards, Jim Fury, Anita Murcia, Clayton Wetherall, Sue-Ellen McCubben, Chris Hawkins and Gai Byrne) is difficult with her drinking reputation.

The plot thickens and things start to get a bit strange at Delamere.

But to find out what happens you will have to head down to the Tweed Civic Centre.

Night shows are October 19 and 26 at 8pm and matinees are on Saturday and Sunday October 20, 21, 27 and 28 at 2pm.

Tickets for Adults are $15 and students and concessions can get in for $12.

Cabaret Seating is available in tables of 8 at $12 each; bring your own alcohol and snacks.

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

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

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

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