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Weekend of One Act Plays

Saturday 15 July
2:00PM - 4:30PM
Arts and culture, MCC21st
Resident, Adult
Full Price - $20
Concession - $15
Upcoming Recurrences:
  • Sunday, 16th July 2023 at 2:00pm - 4:30pm
One act 500x400

Booking Information

Bookings essential Box office open Tuesday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm

As part of the Marion Cultural Centre’s 21st birthday celebrations , Galleon Theatre Group, St Jude’s and Deadset Theatre Company will be performing in a Weekend of One Acts on 15th & 16th July.

St Jude’s Players will be performing BANANAS, an Australian comedy written by Richard Bradshaw and directed by Geoff Brittain, is about a son who brings home his intended bride which challenges his parents’ attitudes and values. Deadset Theatre Company will be presenting WAR LETTERS directed by Zoe Muller, and it will tug at your heart strings. Galleon Theatre Group will perform the clever comedy THE DUCK VARIATIONS, written by David Mamet and directed by Andrew Clark. It is about two old curmudgeons chatting about the mating habits of ducks, the law, friendship and death!

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Domain Theatre
$20 & $15 concession

No walk ins Pre-book tickets to avoid disappointment.

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Companion Card – phone 8375 6855 Tuesday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm (excluding public holidays) or email Seating – Wheelchair and mobility seating available.


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