Play Reading

A rehearsed reading of four monologues and two short plays all based on relatable topics.


Saturday 6th August  7:30 pm

Sunday 7th August  2:30 pm


Tickets $10

Door sales only

Box office opens 30 minutes prior to performance

Masks are required to be warn when in the theatre


Fire Station Theatre - 3 Cargill Street, Mosgiel

Please note, the venue has no EFTPOS


"Which one do you think?"

Hazel takes the lead in organising the funeral arrangements after her neighbour's husband is discovered, "Up there flat on his back mouth open and stone dead!"

"Guinness can also break the ice"

Matt decides that he rather likes one of his work colleagues and invites her to his place for dinner. They both share an enjoyable evening resulting in them deciding

on another date "very soon"


“You're all covered in muck!"

Daphne, 59, is the full-time carer for her father who has Dementia. He gives her the "run around" on most topics, his washing and boots, as well as gardening, the Olympics, and two particularly irritating political leaders!


"Arthur's different Christmas"

Arthur relates the goings on of a Christmas day he would otherwise, prefer to forget. His wife Cynthia, bro-in-law Brian and mother-in-law Agnes all make their own style of contribution to what is less than a happy, or Holy Christmas day.


"I'll flick the jug on"

Trixie and Olive cover various topics over the teacups, with particular reference to "Builders cracks"


"Nice girl that Jacinda"

Frank and Cyril attempt to put their world to rights over a new packet of Tim Tams. Particular reference is given to a political leader and certain medical procedures