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Coming up at the Rose Centre…

Company Theatre’s first production of 2014 is about to hit the boards! Oscar Wilde’s warm and witty comedy, An Ideal Husband, is a true classic in the style of The Importance of Being Earnest. What makes someone an ideal husband? Should husbands & wives share everything about their past? What are the risks & rewards of absolute trust? Wilde opens our eyes to all these questions and more in a warm, funny & touching play about love and truth.

Company Theatre Presents:
An Ideal Husband

Dates: 29 March - 12 April, Wednesday to Saturday at 8pm, Sunday 30 March and
Sunday 6 April 2pm.
Tickets: Adults $25, concessions $20, children $15.
Bookings: Phone 09 445 9900 or email

Phoenix Theatre Inc presents:
The Vicar of Dibley

Phoenix Theatre is presenting three episodes in a stage adaptation of this well-loved hit comedy TV series written by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer, in conjunction with Tiger Aspect Productions.
Dates: 15 May to 24 May 2014 Tuesday to Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 2pm
Tickets: Adults $25, Concessions (Seniors, Students, Groups of six or more) $20
Bookings: Phone 445 9900 or
Episode One, The Arrival:  After the sudden and unexpected death of 102 year-old Rev. Pottle, the villagers eagerly await his replacement. To their shock, the new vicar is Geraldine Granger, a “babe with a bobcut and a magnificent bosom” who manages to win them over and find a place in their hearts, all except for David Horton, the pompous, parish council chairman.
Episode Two, Dibley Live: To celebrate the 650th anniversary of  St. Barnabus's Church, the villagers set up a radio station for a week, and Geraldine holds a competition for the best DJ.
Episode Three, The Window and the Weather: A storm hits Dibley, smashing one of the church's stained glass windows. Can the Parish Council raise the money to replace the window? All will be revealed when you come to this hilarious production at The Rose
Centre Theatre.

by Channel Editorial