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THE TALLY HALL RADIO PLAYS

“Without a Leg to Stand On”

“Murder She Wrote Off”

 

 

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 Our next production at STG is the radio play comedy TALLY HALL, written by two of our members Nathaniel Young and Richard Williams with direction by Chris O’Leary.

TALLY HALL pays homage, with a healthy helping of cheekiness, to the radio plays of the 1950s where listeners would 'tune in’ each week, whisking them away from their ordinary lives, to hear the next instalment of their favourite show and the stories and depictions from their favourite radio actors.

The TALLY HALL series focuses on the drama and comedy of Lord of the Manor, Nelson Carter the Third, his extended family, ever-suffering staff and local townspeople in the county of Prattshire, England.

Joining Nate and Richard in the cast are some well known faces to regular STG patrons - Helen Ekundayo, Lesley Davis, Loretta Donnelly, Wendy Williams, Annette Page, Jason Lawson, Brad Oliver and Henry Jacobs.

We also have a wonderful opportunity, partnering with Australian Sign Language Interpreters Association QLD (ASLIAQ), to offer our Friday 9th August performance AUSLAN interpreted for the hearing impaired. I would encourage you to mention to any friends or family with a hearing impairment to come along and enjoy this professionally interpreted performance of TALLY HALL.

We look forward to seeing you at the theatre during the run of this original comedy.

Performance Dates:

 

Friday 2 August 7.30pm

Saturday 3 August 2pm and 7.30pm 

Friday 9 August 7.30pm (AUSLAN interpreted for the hearing impaired)

Saturday 10 August 2pm and 7.30pm

 

 

14 Mains Road, Sunnybank

Theatre Phone: (07) 3345 3964    (To message-bank when not staffed)




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Performance Dates:

 

Friday 16 August 7.30pm

Saturday 17 August 2pm

Wednesday 21 August 11:30am

Friday 23 August 7.30pm

Saturday 24 August 2pm and 7.30pm

 

Old stars still shine, so come shine with us!

Research shows that participating in drama activities has a positive effect on mental health, and it is a great way to meet people and have fun.

So join us to explore your creativity, keep your brain and body active; gain confidence and communication skills and learn something new. We will explore the elements of drama through games, readings, play building and performing, and work towards a public performance.

No prior acting experience is needed.

The workshops are run by Nerida Day, an experienced drama teacher, performer, and director.

Please wear loose comfortable clothing and bring along a water bottle and a mug for morning tea.

All class participants must become members of Sunnybank Theatre Group Inc.

Click here for more info

 

  

14 Mains Road, Sunnybank

 

Theatre Phone: (07) 3345 3964    (To message-bank when not staffed)




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