THEATRE: HATING ALISON ASHLEY
24 Oct 2018 - 27 Oct 2018 | 11.00am - 7.30pmBook Tickets
Erica Yurken knew she was destined for great things. Never in any doubt about her own genius, she felt superior to everyone at notorious Barringa East... that is, until Alison Ashley turned up. A story about the pursuit of happiness and perfection, the pressures of growing up, the power of friendship, school-girl rivalries, constant embarrassment by family, and painful and often brutally funny awkwardness and insecurity. It is a play about many issues common to teenage life: identity, bullying, jealousy and not prejudging others based on assumptions. These issues are explored in a lighthearted manner with a cast of humorous and fun-loving stereotypical characters.
Wed 24th October – 11am & 7.30pm (gala opening with refreshments supplied by LPAE)
Fri 26th October – 11am & 7.30pm
Sat 27th October – 2pm & 7.30pm
Director: Jane Matts
Written By: Richard Tulloch's play adaption of Robin Klein's novel.
Phone02 8711 7123
17 Aug 2019
7.00pm - 8.00pm
Two brothers answer questions from Aboriginal and Wuggle (Non-Aboriginal / Non-Magical) listeners who write in to help them become better Aboriginals and maybe even better human beings.