All Tickets On Sale


Following the huge success of ‘The Odd Couple’ two years ago, director Shea Wicks has dug deep into the Neil Simon canon to stage ‘Rumors’ - set at the tenth anniversary party of Charlie Brock, Deputy Mayor of New York City.  Unfortunately, things aren’t working out as planned as his wife, Myra, is missing, the kitchen staff has disappeared and Charlie has accidentally shot himself. The cast has just been announced and features Andrew Thomson, Kim Kelly, Luke Kaalim, Blair Cunningham, Chris Ashcroft, Sierra Phillips, Scott Goodacre, Adriana Nunez, David Wicks and Bob Farmer. ‘Rumors’ will be presented for three weekends between May 26 and June 11.


Tickets for an Agatha Christie murder mystery always sell well, so book early for Christie’s 1950 classic ‘A Murder Is Announced’. “Twists and turns is this delightful mystery start when a notice is published in the village newspaper announcing ‘a murder to take place on Friday at Little Paddocks at 6.30pm’,” said director Christine Vale. Ten performances only over three weekends from August 11 & 27.



The black comedy ‘The Anniversary’ is “probably one of the best plays featuring a dysfunctional family,” said long-time director John Hickey, adding that “the Simpsons have nothing on the Taggarts.”  Set in London in 1966, Tom brings his pregnant fiancée Shirley home for the annual wedding anniversary ritual orchestrated by his widowed, scalpel-tongued, deviously possessive mother. Mum’s arsenal of bitchy comments and Machiavellian stratagems is a creation of darkly glittering and consistently funny beauty. Scheduled for three weekends between October 27 and November 12.


See you at the Peninsula Theatre during 2017!

News image: