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Another yarn from the master of madness, Paul Jennings

Stephen’s bra is starting to slip. His pantyhose are sagging. His knickers keep falling down. Oh, the shame of it. He stole a gizmo-and now it’s paying him back.
The Paul Jennings phenomenon began with the publication of Unreal in 1985. Since then, his stories have been devoured all around the world.
The whirling, twirling illuminating Gizmo keeps on putting Stephen in extra-ordinary situations! The energy packed performance includes great music and
sound, gadgets, physical storytelling and amazing visual effects.
“…The Gizmo is laugh a minute fun but with a great
message” - The Daily Advertiser

NCM production of The Gizmo. Written by Verity
Laughton. Adapted from the novel by Paul Jennings.
Published by Penguin Australia.

Portland Arts Centre
Monday 31 October 1.00pm

$25 Full price $20 Conc
$10 Child $55 Family

Running time: 60 minutes, no interval. Post show Q and A
Suitable for families and children over 6.
or call 55222263


Over There

Our Wars in Hit Songs and Stories
With letters home, great dialogue and narration as well as over 20 hits that arose from WW2 and the Vietnam War, ‘Over There’ will stir the memories. Starring popular Australian tenor Roy Best, international soprano Alison Jones, music theatre star Jaz Flowers, Opera Australia mezzo Caroline Vercoe with narration by Chris McKenna and all under the musical directorship of Len Vorster it promises to be a great show.
This show is loaded with memorable songs from the likes of the Andrew Sisters, Vera Lynn and many more. It also includes a special tribute to Normie Rowe and the music of the Vietnam War.

Portland Arts Centre
Saturday 5 November 7.30pm

$35 Full price $30 Conc
Student $10 $75 Family
1 hour 30 mins plus interval

Casterton Town Hall
Sunday 6 November 2pm

$25 Full price $20 Conc
$10 Student $55 Family

1 hour 30 mins. Cuppa after the show
or call 55222263


Waking Up Dead

How do you grieve for someone you shared a life with, when that life was a lie?

Inspired by the true story of the intriguing case of Herman Rockerfeller.
Waking Up Dead is a suspenseful production that explores the story of an ordinary woman whose husband disappears and is later found murdered.
Through the investigation of his death, it becomes clear that for most of their married life he conducted an elaborate secret life as a swinger. Following such shocking events, how does the woman go on with her life? If so much of her life and identity was built on secrets and half-truths, how does she know who she is? With the use of a giant drawing-board in a beautifully rendered, intimate atmosphere, the woman
recreates key memories of her lost relationship, grappling with the complex nature of love, identity and betrayal.

Portland Arts Centre
Thursday 17 November, 7.30pm

$40 Full price $35 Conc
$10 Student $85 Family

Running time: 60 minutes, no interval
Recommended for ages 15+ - Some adult themes and sexual references
or call 55222263

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