Archive | July, 2014


3 x One Act Plays served with coffee and cake!


Evening: August 7, 8 & 9 at 8pm

Matinees: August 9 & 10 at 2pm.

Ticket Prices:  Adults $24, Concession $22, Members/Uni Students $20, School Students $18 Groups 10+ $21 (Group bookings must be prepaid).

General info:

Table seating. Ticket price includes coffee and cake. BYO nibbles.


Online Online HERE or phone Bernadette on 54452515
Book online for the chance to win a double pass to BATS Theatre Co. Inc. final production for 2014.

The Plays

The Way Out – written and directed by Sue Sewell
Glenys Cartwright confesses a crime to her sister Sandra, expecting her sympathy and understanding.  However, she is shocked at Sandra’s reaction and looks for a way out of her predicament, even though it could mean sacrificing her beloved grandson.

Cast: Eileen Walder, Jacqui Mata Luque, Wendy Silvester and Bronte Latham

Moving Out – written and directed by Judy Fredrikson
It’s 2013. Adam asks Cassie to move in with him, but Tracy does not approve. Although she likes Adam, Tracy thinks Cassie is very immature and irresponsible. Tracy has struggled as a single mum all her life after Cassie’s father was killed in an explosion on an oil rig off WA. When Adam’s parents holiday on the Gold Coast, they meet Tracy and Cassie, but the true identity of Cassie’s father is revealed, leaving them all shocked.

Cast: Paula Johnston, Peter Sanders, Nicole Latham, Ashleigh Hawkins, Anthony Borsato and Alice Rea.

Call Centre Call – written by Bruce Olive, directed by Alison Lambole
Ever rang a service, hoping to speak to a ‘live human being’? Ever wondered what happened to living breathing customer service representatives? Henry is a man looking for just that.

Call Centre Call takes a very real and humorous approach at the way we live in the 21st Century. He meets Karen, an automated voice response system and since everything in our world seems to be computer generated, they spark up a relationship. The final twist in the tale questions whether we are becoming a dehumanized society.

Cast: Donovan Gasper and Gabriella Salmon.