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Past Productions - 2015's shows

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Will You Still Love Me in the Morning

by Brian Clemens and Dennis Spooner, directed by Bob Lack

SEASON: Fri 27 Feb - Sat 14 Mar 2015

Newly-weds Jeremy and Celia Winthrop return home early from an unsuccessful honeymoon to find that Jeremy's bosses have independently taken up his invitation to use the house while it's vacant - but unfortunately each has brought the other's wife!

Mayhem follows as they try to keep the couples separate.

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Robin Hood

By Vicky Orman. Directed by Alastair Kirkby



SEASON:
Fri 3rd - Sun 12th July 2015

TheatreWorks' second production for 2015 is "Robin Hood".

This will be a fun show for all ages!
Dame Nursie and Red Riding Hood, Robin's sister, recruit the Merry Men to retrieve the magic arrow and free King Richard - who languishes in the evil Sheriff's dungeons.
The Sheriff's henchmen, together with the witch and a big bad wolf try to thwart them, but good defeats evil in the end!

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SEASON 3

Kings of the Gym

By Dave Armstrong. Directed by Sian Davis

SEASON: Fri 27 Feb - Sat 14 Mar 2015

Politically correct principal Viv Cleaver is transforming low-decile Hautapu High School. The only thorn in her side is the Phys-Ed department. Unfit Laurie Connor spends his days in the gym watching TV and gambling with his talented yet unambitious sidekick Pat Kennedy.

But then student-teacher Annie Tupua arrives…

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SEASON 4

Jack and the Beanstalk

By John Morley. Directed by Mary-Jean Milburn.

SEASON: Fri 4 to Sunday 13 December 2015

Jack has inadvertently sold the family cow for a handful of beans. How will he ever rescue the Princess from the clutches of the gruesome giant Blunderbore? A pantomime version of the classic tale containing all the usual panto conventions, complete with a giant, a Dame, a beanstalk, a pantomime cow and a sword-in-a-stone!

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