Our Productions

  • Fri, 12 Aug 2022 to Sat, 27 Aug 2022
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  • Pride and Prejudice

    Public Performance

    Sat, 13 Aug 2022: 7:30pm View details | Book tickets
    Sun, 14 Aug 2022: 2:00pm View details | Book tickets
    Sat, 20 Aug 2022: 7:30pm View details | Book tickets
    Fri, 26 Aug 2022: 7:30pm View details | Book tickets
    Sat, 27 Aug 2022: 7:30pm View details | Book tickets

    Group Night Performance

    Fri, 12 Aug 2022: 7:30pm, for TOOWOOMBA WEST ANGLICAN PARISH CALL 4638 5521 (M-T 9-1) View details | Book tickets
    Tue, 16 Aug 2022: 7:30pm, for TMBA PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY CALL 0419 794 915 View details | Book tickets
    Wed, 17 Aug 2022: 7:30pm, for ST STEPHENS CALL 4635 1580 View details | Book tickets
    Thu, 18 Aug 2022: 7:30pm, for BASE PASTORAL CARE CALL 4616 6415 View details | Book tickets
    Fri, 19 Aug 2022: 7:30pm, for TEEN CHALLENGE CALL 4637 0211 View details | Book tickets
    Mon, 22 Aug 2022: 7:30pm, for MISSION SISTERS OF ST PETER CLAVER CALL 0416 055 976 View details | Book tickets
    Tue, 23 Aug 2022: 7:30pm, for MERCY SHIP NURSES CALL 0401 130 703 View details | Book tickets
    Wed, 24 Aug 2022: 7:30pm, for ST ANDREWS HOSPITAL AUX CALL 4630 7770 View details | Book tickets
    Thu, 25 Aug 2022: 7:30pm, for KANYANA DISTRICT GIRL CALL 4630 7919 or 0413 609 100 View details | Book tickets

    Pride and Prejudice

    Jane Austen’s classic
     romantic comedy

    adapted and directed by Sherree Halliwell

    Synopsis

    Marriage is an inevitable fact of life for the Bennet sisters. With the family estate entailed away to a cousin they’ve never met, their only hope of advancement is to find rich husbands. Under the watchful eye of their absurd mother, the young ladies brave the snobbish 1920s upper class British society to seek their fortunes.

    Fearless, feisty Elizabeth Bennet is the pluckiest heroine ever to ignore her mother’s romantic advice. When she meets the tall, dark, brooding Darcy, sparks and insults fly! Will love prevail over his pride and her prejudice?

    Pride and Prejudice is a rapturous romantic comedy, timelessly propelled by Jane Austen’s delightful characters and witty observations, adapted and directed for Toowoomba Repertory Theatre by Sherree Halliwell.

     
    IMPORTANT NOTES:

    Patrons must adhere to the current Qld Government COVID guidelines.

    Due to the age of the venue we are sorry to advise we do not have disabled toilet facilities.
    Access into the auditorium is via two steps.
    Access is only possible for non-motorised wheelchairs which can be pulled up the stairs.

    For public performances only -  August 13, 14, 20, 26 & 27  -  click on the ticket image below.
    For other nights use the contact details above.

    Patrons who require assistance with online booking can phone Mark on 0416 359 340.

     
    Tickets: Book now

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  • Sat, 22 Oct 2022 to Sat, 5 Nov 2022
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  • Blithe Spirit

    Public Performance

    Sat, 29 Oct 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Fri, 4 Nov 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Sat, 5 Nov 2022: 7:30pm View details

    Group Night Performance

    Sat, 22 Oct 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Mon, 24 Oct 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Tue, 25 Oct 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Wed, 26 Oct 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Thu, 27 Oct 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Fri, 28 Oct 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Mon, 31 Oct 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Tue, 1 Nov 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Wed, 2 Nov 2022: 7:30pm View details
    Thu, 3 Nov 2022: 7:30pm View details

    BLITHE SPIRIT

    a comedy by Noel Coward



    Noel
    COWARD’S comedy about death and the afterlife – first performed during the second world war – seems the perfect play for dark times. And coming on the heels of our recent pandemic, this production will be the tonic to remind you that lighter times are just around the corner.


    A writer engages an eccentric medium to help him through his writer’s block, but during the course of events she summons his first dead wife, leading to a most uncomfortable but hilarious love triangle.

    BLITHE SPIRIT is a roller coaster of wit and improbable farce, promising a joyous evening in the theatre. Coward at his funniest!


    “I will ever be grateful for the almost psychic gift that enabled me to write Blithe Spirit in five days during one of the darkest years of the war.”  Noel Coward

    IMPORTANT NOTES:

    Patrons must adhere to the current Qld Government COVID guidelines.

    Due to the age of the venue we are sorry to advise we do not have disabled toilet facilities.
    Access into the auditorium is via two steps.
    Access is only possible for non-motorised wheelchairs which can be pulled up the stairs.

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  • Dates yet to be announced
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  • The Magic Pudding

    Dates yet to be announced

    The Magic Pudding

    the play from the book by Norman Lindsay

    adapted by Kathie Hendon

    An Aussie Christmas Panto

    1st to 7th December

     
    Albert may be cantankerous, but he sure knows how to deliver a good ‘pud’. 
    Alas … Puddin’ Thieves are on the prowl. 
    Will Albert be saved by the Society of Puddin’ Owners? 
    Will the Puddin’ Thieves get their just desserts?


    Come ‘walking in the eucalyptus breeze’ with a genuinely Australian pantomime adapted from Norman Lindsay’s classic “The Magic Pudding”.

    IMPORTANT NOTES:

    Patrons must adhere to the current Qld Government COVID guidelines.

    Due to the age of the venue we are sorry to advise we do not have disabled toilet facilities.
    Access into the auditorium is via two steps.
    Access is only possible for non-motorised wheelchairs which can be pulled up two stairs.

    Full details