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What the Butler Saw


Cut-price preview: November 15 at 7.30pm, all tickets $23
Evenings: November 16, 22, 23, 24 at 7.30pm

Matinees: November 17,18 at 2pm
Charity Performance: November 21 at 7.30pm, all tickets are $40 includes a light supper. The charity is the Zonta Club of Noosa.
Zonta Club of Noosa is part of Zonta International - "Zonta Says No"is a Zonta International campaign to raise awareness of and increase actions to end violence against women and girls around the world.
At the local level in addition to their education bursaries which are funded every year, they have committed funds to : care packages to women's refuges, mother/daughter program at the Sunshine Beach State High School, driving programs for girls, supporting local counselling services and educational programs for women and their families.
The five local bursaries given out each year are:
J M Klausman Women in Business Bursary
Women in Science Bursary (with environmental strand to degree)
Indigenous Women in Education Bursary
Bursary to Noosa District State High School for two girls studying Aeronautics
Bursary to Sunshine Beach State High School for girls studying technical subjects


Adults $32 | Concessions $28
Member/Group $25 | U18 $23




A shameless comedy by Joe Orton. Fallen trousers, a little blackmail, and a lot of innuendo
abound in this chaotic romp of hysterically silly proportions. Dr Prentice is married to a
nymphomaniac. When caught by his wife interviewing an attractive new secretary, he hides her
in the office. Unbeknownst to him, Mrs Prentice is being seduced and blackmailed by a lusty
bellhop who wants the same position. Throw in a government inspector, cross-dressing and
slamming doors, and the laughs keep coming in this relentlessly funny comedy.

By Joe Orton
Directed by Tania Nash