Noosa Arts Theatre

Dear patrons and friends

Noosa Arts Theatre’s much-anticipated 50th Anniversary year has become an unforgettable one, but not in the way we intended.  We have been working to implement the COVID-Safe guidelines for theatres as authorised by Queensland Health to ensure the safety of volunteers, staff, performers and audiences.

While Mamma Mia will be our next full musical production, as long as social distancing remains in place, we will only be able to stage scaled-down productions.  And stage them we will.  The first of these will be our annual One Act Playwriting Festival which will be delivered as a rehearsed play reading in September.

Stay tuned as we are working on a program of other entertaining and engaging mini-productions.

Thank you all for your patience.  Stay well and hope to see you soon. 

Frank Wilkie

Noosa Arts Theatre President

Our next production is coming….

Food for Thought on stage in November…

We will staging three fabulous comedies in November that will tantalise your taste buds.

Come and enjoy a live performance that will have you laughing and wanting to go back for seconds. Grab some friends and come along for a great time out.

Between Mouthfuls – A comedy romp by Alan Ayckbourn and directed by Sue Clapham.

A fateful dinner encounter featuring two couples and a seemingly impersonal waiter highlights simmering tensions in the two fraught relationships –  Alan Ayckbourn’s usual light-hearted but insightful look at a tense and serious moment – no happy endings here.

Chook Chook – A comedy by Fiona Farrell and directed by John McMahon

In a battery farm, Valmai, Chrissy, Georgia and Bron refer to their cages as ‘compartments’ and eat the same food day after day under the same continuous ‘sun’. This comedy confronts us with the life of a battery hen and forces us to consider the ethics of battery farming.

Cupboard Love – A comedy by Jean McConnell, directed by Sue Sewell presented by Miranda’s Dressing Room

Peggy and Jane come to rest after jogging. They find to their delight that they have much in common, but when they discover, to their horror, they share a passion for the same man, the two women devise their culinary revenge on the deceiver.

Dates Nov 5th, 6th, 12th and 13th at 7.30pm and 7th, 8th, 14th and 15th at 2pm.

Tickets Adults $28.00 Concession $23.00 Members $23.00 Group (8 or more) $23.00 and Under 18 $20.00

Bookings Tickets go on sale on September 24th, seats will be limited due to social distancing. Doors will open 30 minutes before the performance to minimise queues. 

One Act Playwriting Festival – rehearsed play reading

Flight of Fancy is a romantic comedy by Robert Selzer and is directed by Sue Sewell.  As two people sit next to each other on an interstate flight – their alter egos sit alongside, saying the sorts of things never uttered in polite conversation.  
Awarded third prize by the judging panel.

Will-Power by Roger Gimblett is a comedy and is directed by John McMahon.  A young man is unexpectedly enticed interstate. The family he meets is diametrically opposed to all his beliefs and seem bent on destroying each other.
Awarded second prize by the judging panel.

Look What the Cat Dragged In by Harry Kolotas is a comedic drama and is directed by Jo Hendrie.  It tells the story of Helen who has decided to leave Neil after 20 years of marriage. Neil is oblivious and believes a few strategically applied platitudes will fix everything. 
Awarded first prize by the judging panel.

Dates:  Sept 11th and 18th (7.30pm), 12th, 13th, 19th & 20th (2pm).

Tickets: All tickets will be the same price – $20 each. There will be allocated seating plans for each performance.  Groups of people booking together will be able to sit together but all other mandatory social distancing requirements will be observed. 

Bookings: Tickets will go on sale on 18th August but will only be available by ringing the theatre on 5449 9343 between 10am and 2pm Tuesday to Friday or by emailing boxoffice@noosaartstheatre.org.au.   

Doors will open 30 minutes before the performance to minimise queues. 

Mamma Mia still postponed

Members and friends will be advised when new dates have been set.



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Please Note: Members for 2020 will automatically be given free membership for 2021.


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