Banjo’s Love Ball, Alex Down the Multi-Storey Hole, We Could Be Pharaohs – November Performances

Banjo’s Love Ball, Alex Down the Multi-Storey Hole, We Could Be Pharaohs – November Performances

SPIRAL PRESENTS: Banjo’s Love Ball, Alex Down the Multi-Storey Hole and We Could Be Pharaohs What do you get if you cross Cleopatra, Cinderella, and Alice in Wonderland with a few belly dancers, Moses and Banjo Patterson thrown in? A whole lot of laughs, fun and pure entertainment. See Spiral’s dancers, actors and stars showcasing their original, wacky, unusual and entertaining performances throughout November. Each performance is as different as it is unique and a spectacle to behold. See what eveyone is talking about. Come and laugh out loud and applaud the cast’s acheivements and triumphs. Banjo’s Love Ball - 11.30am, Monday’s November 13 and 20 Alex Down the Multi-Storey Hole - Tuesday’s November 14 and 21 We Could Be Pharaohs - Friday’s November 17 and 24 Bookings are essential. Seats are very limited. Please contact Sprial on 5476 2711. Cost per performance is $10. Note: Tickets must be paid for at the time of booking. Visa/MasterCard payments can be paid for at the time of booking. A small fee applies. All performances at the Black Box Theatre in the Old Ambo....
Piano Forte

Piano Forte

 This play, which explores family violence in the context of elder abuse, was developed in partnership with the Suncoast Community Legal Services Inc.  Dates: Saturday 24 September Times: 2pm & 7pm The play runs for 45 mins and is followed by a Question and Answer segment. Suitable for ages 16+. Written by Toni Wills. Directed by Lucas Stibbard. $10 adult / 2 for $10 Concession and seniors  Dates: Saturday 24 September Times: 2pm & 7pm Venue: Black  Box Theatre Tickets: Tickets available from the Black Box, or Book at suncoastcommunitylegal.org/events Contact for more information: qspa.acting@gmail.com 5476 4376...
The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

This October The Breakfast Club, the stage adaptation, tours Queensland so come join Bender and the gang in the Black Box Theatre, the Old Ambulance Station, Nambour on Friday 28th at 7.30pm and Saturday 29th October  2.00pm and 7.30pm for a performance filled with teenage angst, romance and self-discovery.   Did You Forget About Me? This timeless classic is brought to you by 4 Stage. Productions. 4 Stage. Production is an ambitious company from Brisbane who is made up by four young arts enthuses. The Breakfast Club will be their very first production after opening in early July 2016. The cast of the Breakfast club are sizzling with anticipation to tour this amazing show to Nambour.  For most of the actors this will be their first touring show. The cast is made up of Gene Banyard who plays Vernon, Patrick Bell as Bender, Isaac Barnes as Brian, Lachlan Dalby playing the jock Andrew, Andrea Carvolth as Allison and Kiki Townley performing as Claire. The director Jane Oliffe has been very impressed with their character development and performance growth. “I have been working very hard with the actors to explore the raw emotions of these characters and their personification of the social stereotypes that their characters represent.” Jane has also directed some iconic shows in Brisbane such has Disney’s The Little Mermaid, The Jungle book and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. She has enjoyed the experience with working this challenging script that explores human emotions and the challenges of youth. Don’t miss out on seeing these talent actors as they bring some of the most iconic characters from 80s...
Alice Dorothy & Wendy

Alice Dorothy & Wendy

8:30pm, Saturday 3 September at the Black Box Theatre, Nambour Adults $25.00, Concession$15.00 Alice Dorothy & Wendy: the curious, the rebellious and the unforgettable one are favorite characters from our childhood reading.  This coming theatre event draws upon the literary worlds of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and J.M Barrie’s Peter Pan to re-imagine the journeys of the three female protagonists. The poet asks herself: What if they found their way into the same story? Alice Dorothy & Wendy is a theatrical, cinematic and musical adaptation of Sunshine Coast local Nycole Prowse’s award winning poetry by coast musical composer Mark Ferris, winner of the 2013 Pacific Opera Vocal Writing Prize and filmmakers Drift Pictures. Evoking the sense of revolutionary self-discovery of its names sake, Alice Dorothy & Wendy traces one woman’s psychical journey into adulthood mirroring the opiated visions of the novels. Alice Dorothy and Wendy confront five challenges of growth: awakening, disillusionment, discontentment, defeat and insight, each of which they manoeuvre defiantly. The production will bring to life the poetic retelling of these much-loved stories at the inaugural Sunshine Coast Horizon Festival at 8:30pm on Saturday the 3rd of September at the Black Box Theatre, William Street, Nambour this year. The program will follow the afternoon Colour the Street Block Party in Howard Street. Keep this date free for an action packed experience! The afternoon and evening activity on the street is free but you need to purchase tickets for the night show: Adults $25.00, Concession$15.00. The Alice Poems have been described by the judges of the University of Southern Queensland’s...
How deep is your love?

How deep is your love?

How deep is your love? - A seriously funny show about a man who falls in love … with a bank. Written and Performed by Mark Swivel Saturday 25 June 2016 at 8pm The Old Ambulance Station, 80 Howard Street, Nambour Tickets: $10/$5 (https://trybooking.com/202640) Media contact: Jen Djula, 0459073419; jendjula@icloud.com Heard em all? Try this: a man falls in love … in Bangladesh. With a bank. Writer and lawyer Mark Swivel saw a gap in the saturated comedy marketplace for a show on poverty, banking and the Bee Gees. And here’s the result. (Phillip Adams liked it and gave Mark a koala stamp: Late Night Live, Radio National, Mon 22 Feb). Others say Mark went to learn microfinance with Nobel Prize winning Grameen Bank. He wanted to ‘make a difference’, and what can you do, rejoin the Labor Party?!? So. Mark discovers shampoo is black, cauliflower is much-loved and the Bee Gees are still cool. Well, a man sings him How Deep Is Your Love in the street. Mark falls for Habibunessa, Shagorica and Malika – women who borrow from Grameen to start businesses and work their way out of poverty. An unlikely love story?! You bet! With slides. Mark asks: what can we learn from ‘the poor’? Can you recite your mortgage? And where’s the best coffee in Dhaka? What is it? … Theatre? It’s theatrical. Comedy? Yep. Well, it’s funny. He’s funny — it’s probably the most informative, edifying and entertaining slide night you’re ever likely to attend. Syke on Stage Gripping and unique, The Beat ***. How Deep is Your Love? is a big fat, white,...