BWW Previews: Gore Repertory presents TRAPPED at The Little Theatre
A great night of theatre, a complimentary drink, supper and a singing performance from one of Gore's popular entertainment groups.
All in one night? For only $20?
Yes, you did not read it wrong. All of this happens tonight through to Saturday with the opening of Gore Repertory Society's Trapped at The Little Theatre.
The play, by humourist Michael Green, is set in the 'Roaring 40's' and centres on the reading of Major Thompson's Uncle's will at his manor.
Coincidentally (but is it?) a series of murders occur during the reading and all is not as it seems (or is it?)
Immerse yourself in a night of delight with good old British humour and murderous mayhem.
Known to many as 'the Vicar of Dibley' Stephanie Green takes the helm as Director. She is no stranger to the role having previously directed for West Otago Theatrical Society and Blue Mountain College.
The cast is a very able line up of Richard McPhail, Liz Volp, Sean Burke, Farryn Crawford, Les Garrity, Jess McKeogh, Dot McDonald and Charles Worthing
As a bonus, there will be some singing entertainment from Synergy, made up of well-known performers, Nichi Russell, Sue Carran, Rhonda Hodge and Julie Lieshout.
Gore Repertory Society Presents
The Little Theatre
12th-15th September 8 pm
Tickets from St James Theatre