What do a temperamental chef, a fundraising dinner, a love triangle, a nefarious duo and a dead body have in common? Why, 'Poisonous Prawns' of course.
In the beloved tradition of the radio play vernacular, Manning Valley Choral Society presents its latest offering, abounding in mayhem, music and mirth.
Based on an original idea from the prolific and intuitive pen of member and director Geraldine Mullin, Poisonous Prawns showcases an eclectic mix of characters and features timeless classics from the 1920s to the 1950s, revived and refreshed for today's audiences.
With witty dialogue, inevitable twists and turns in the plot, variety of personalities and music which has stood the test of time, Poisonous Prawns is guaranteed to have you laughing, singing and toe-tapping through the entire show.
Manning Valley Choral Society will present two performances.
The first is at the Manning Entertainment Centre on Saturday September 28 from 2pm.
Bookings at the theatre's box office Tuesday to Friday 10am to 1pm, online at the Manning Entertainment Centre website, at the door (sales commence one hour prior to the show). All tickets $20 (includes booking fee).
The second performance is at the Tuncurry Beach Bowling Club on Sunday 29 at 2pm. Tickets at the door only and are $15.
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