By Donald McDonald
Directed by Joy Sweeney

Three couples, two weeks and one caravan! The Robinsons love their annual summer holiday, living the Aussie dream by the beach in their luxury caravan but this year they have invited their best friends, all nudging forty and hating it. To make matters worse, Pierce insists on bringing his new, all-too-young girlfriend. In the confined space of a caravan tensions rise and the laughs begin. Donald MacDonald’s comedy Caravan takes a light-hearted look at friendship, age and the holiday you should never take.

Performances at 5PM
Saturday 30 March and 13 April
Sunday 31 March and 7, 14 April
Performances at 8PM
Friday 29 March, 5, 12, 19 April
Saturday 6, 20 April
Wednesday 3, 17 April

Alfred Deakin is afraid of the dark

By Carla Moore
Directed by Carla Moore

This original and lively interpretation deals with Australia’s most surprising Prime Minister Alfred Deakin who stood comfortable in the same social democratic tradition as the Australian Labour Party, yet was also the Father of the modern Liberal Party. Deakin was a man surrounded by women who adored him; a man who believe in Ouija boards and mediums, yet ironically was afraid of the dark, a man who wrote poetry to his wife, yet was the architect of the White Australia Policy. This play questions ‘is Australia fair?’ and warns that ‘those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.’

Performances at 5pm
Saturday November 3 and 17
Sunday November 4, 15 and 18

Performances at 8pm
Wednesday November 7 and 21
Friday November 2, 9, 16, 23
Saturday November 10 and 24


by David Williamson
Directed by Sher Kearney
By special arrangement with The Cameron Creswell Agency Pty Ltd

Ziggi Blasko is a talk-back host whose power is in his influence over his audience. He fills Sydney’s airwaves with sheer bile and his lashing at political correctness. Not surprisingly, Ziggi’s home is a war zone. His young, second wife Carmela is struggling to re-establish her ballet career after having a baby. his daughter Vivienne has run away from her mother to live with them and his father, deeply depressed according to Ziggi’s sister Connie, also comes to stay. A scathing and bitingly funny play about he media personalities that dominate our lives and the divisions that can shatter families.

Ziggy Blasko – David Burke
Vivienne Blasko – Harriet Bridges-Webb
Carmela Blasko – Tara Jay
Connie Blasko – Leonie Bringolf 
Marko Blasko – Richard Lewis
Zehra – Tracey Okeby Lucan
Tony – Rob White

Performances at 5pm
Saturday July 21 and August 4
Sunday July 22, 29 and August 5

Performances at 8pm
Wednesday July 25 and August 8
Friday July 20, 27, August 3 and 10
Saturday July 28 and August 11