Playhouse subscriptions a must for theatre lovers

MANY years ago the Bundaberg Players Incorporated opened a subscriber list for those residents who enjoyed going to live theatre, and now hundreds of people enjoy supporting the local theatre at an even more affordable price.

The annual Playhouse Theatre program includes five productions and by buying a subscription, subscribers save substantially on normal ticket prices.

The Playhouse Theatre is excited about next year's theatre program and will announce the productions for 2016 at its inaugural launch on Friday, November 13 at 7pm.

This will be an opportunity for current subscribers and those considering subscribing for the first time to hear first-hand about the productions with each director speaking about their production.

Presentations will also be made detailing the booking process and light refreshments will be served.

If paid before January 31, next year, the subscription will cost $75, but if paid after January 31 it will cost $80.

Subscription application forms will be distributed at the launch and it is hoped many people will avail themselves of the opportunity to register on the night, as only a limited number of subscriptions will be made available.

For more information head to: www.theplayhouse

theatre.org.au.

Final performances

THE final two performances of Hannie Rayson's classic Australian drama Hotel Sorrento will be performed at the Playhouse Theatre on Friday and Saturday at 7.30pm as part of the cities Crush program this year.

Production director Lili Thompson is thrilled that

local audiences have embraced the hard-working cast of local performers.

Bookings can be made at www.theplayhousetheatre. org.au or at the theatre each evening of the performance from 6.30pm.



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