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The Bundaberg Regional Council Community Services Program provided $4,070 to Bundaberg Players Incorporated for the purchase of Microphones and Cabling to improve the quality of sound in our Playhouse Theatre and for our online productions.

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twenty twenty one season live theatre at the playhouse in twenty twenty one

 

Mamma Mia will be on in January twenty twenty one click to find out more

 

 

Auditions and Information Sessions

 

'SECRET BRIDESMAIDS BUSINESS'  

Audition
  • MON 25JAN21 at 7:00pm
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    If you missed the Information Night you can still get an audition piece by calling into the Playhouse office Sunday morning between 9am and noon to collect. 


    'ALLO ALLO'  

    Information Night  
  • MON 8MAR21 at 7:30pm
  • Audition
  • TUE 23MAR21 at 7:00pm

  • 'CHILDREN OF THE BLACK SKIRT'

    Information Night
  • TUE 25MAY21 at 7:30pm
  • Audition
  • TUE 8JUN21 at 7:00pm

  • 'MONKY BUSINESS'

    Information Night  
  • WED 21JUL21 at 7:30pm
  • Audition
  • WED 4AUG21 at 1:00pm

  • 'ROBIN HOOD AND THE BABES IN THE WOOD'

    Information Night  
  • WED 22SEP21 at 7:30pm
  • Audition
  • SAT 2OCT at 1:00pm
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    Photo Gallery - "The Sentimental Bloke" (1971) PDF Print E-mail

    "The Sentimental Bloke"

    1971

     

      bill faine as ginger mick_john stoutley as the bloke cathy savage as rose and betty shaw as doreen  

    Directed by Helen Cattermull and Gordon Dick

    Musical Director Lois Cottell


    Based on the famous C J Dennis poems, made into a silent film in 1918,

    then stage play in 1922, a talkie in 1932 and a musical in the 50s.


    It was the first Australian musical Players had presented.


     It is set around a pickle factory in Spadgers Lane, a slum area of Melbourne in 1913.


    Our 1971 program announced subscribers would receive two tickets to each major production at a cost of $6 per year.  

    john snell lyn greer wendy watts don smith larry ryan ian murdoch
     
      (L to R): Bill Faine (Ginger Mick) John Stoutley (The Bloke) Cathy Savage (Rose) Betty Shaw (Doreen)   (L to R): John Snell (the Stror 'At Coot) was a favourite with Pickalilli Lil's factory girls, including Lyn (Magee) Greer (left) and Wendy Watts (right). Guys on the left are Don Smith, Larry Ryan (Choreographer) and Ian Murdoch   
      dudley nelson sherry barnes bill faine  Sentimental Bloke Program inside page showing cast list  
      (L to R): Dudley Nelson as Mr.Capper, Sherry (Cherry Maughan) Barnes as Sal and Bill Faine as Ginger Mick      
      Sentimental Bloke Program cover      
     


     


     
             
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