Matinees to help the Carers’ Cottage

The cast: (standing) Anne Geenan, Ken Jeffery, Ingrid Slater and Neil Reilly; and (front) Jerry Granger-Holcombe and Rachel Piggot

Proceeds from the second production of the Kiama Matinee Theatre are to be donated to the Carers’ Cottage, to help with the final fitout, as well as making a contribution for Mobi-Mat beach access for those with mobility issues..

After the success of Murder Upstairs Downstairs at Upton Priory, the troupe is presenting She Was A Good Girl But…., another farce written by Kiama’s Ken Methold.

What could possibly go wrong when Jocko has a plan for his future and poor Jessie has to call on all her acting skills? Plenty.

Details: Performances on
Weds 31 Oct 2.30pm & 6pm
Thurs 1 Nov 2.30pm & 6pm
Fri 2 Nov 2.30pm & 7pm

at the Fellowship Centre, Kiama Uniting Church, 46 Manning Street

Tickets are available now from Jennie’s Book Nook, Centrepoint Arcade, Kiama Ph:  4232 3344

 

 

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