See How They Run

The Picton Theatre Group Inc has just completed a successful season with Agatha Christie's all time favourite "And Then There Were None".

Book early for their next production opening in May, 2011, Philip King's English farce "See How They Run", directed by Anne Robinson.

This fun packed comedy will have you shaking your head at one, two, three, or is it four vicars?
A crabby village spinster who can't keep her nose out of everyone's business and a 'once upon a time' actress who is trying to make the best of her new sedate life.
Add a little madness and mayhem all set during World War II and you have a night of side splitting laughs that will entertain young and old.

The matinee performance is at 2pm on 14th and 28th May, for $15.
Evening shows are on 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th May, at 8pm for $25 ($15 concession), but for an additional $20 you can enjoy a fabulous two course gourmet buffet dinner (BYO) which starts at 6:30pm.

Bookings can be made by calling 4677 8313 or visit the Picton Visitor's Information Centre.


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Picton Theatre News

20th Nov Auditions "A Good Man"
11.30am to 2.30pm at Picton Masonic Hall

PTG's monthly Play Readings postponed
Coming again in 2022. Dates to be announced.
Uniting Church Hall, 4 Lumsdaine St,Picton

Past Productions

The Great Bra Unclipping Championships at Garimba..
The Odd Couple..
Ali Baba and the Forty Theives..
Move Over Mrs Markham..
Razzamattazz Variety Show.....
Pantomime: Five Beans for Jack or, The Emporer's New Clothes.....
Barefoot in the Park.....
Don't Talk to the Actors.....
Mum's the Word.....
Beyond the Veil.....
Chemical Imbalance.....
See How They Run.....
And Then There Were None.....
The Importance of Being Earnest.....
Play On.....
Sin, Sex & The CIA.....
Not Now Darling.....