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Edge of Seventeen - Youth Week Special
Edge of Seventeen
Fri Mar 31, 6:30pm
Sun Apr 2, 4:00pm
High-school life gets even more unbearable for Nadine when her best friend, Krista, starts dating her older brother.
The friday screening is a special screening for Youth Week 2017. Free entry but ticket needed (from Carelles).. "No ticket - no entry!"
Sponsored by Glen Innes Severn Council and Glen Innes Arts Council
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Luck of the Irish
Coinciding with the Australian Celtic Festival "Year of Ireland", Alok Pisharody will be directing a local production of "The Luck of the Irish" (after Waking Ned Devine).
Stay tuned for more details.
Season: 4-13 May, 2017
Thu 4 May Pensioners' Night,
A teaser to be presented at the 2017 Celtic Festival 5pm Sat 6 May
Sun matinee 7 May
cheap Tue 9 May,
Thu 11 May
Fri 12 May and
Sat 13 May, final night will be a wake. (wine and supper to be served)
Tickets will be available at Carelles in late March.
Melbourne Comedy Fest 2017
Melbourne International Comedy Festival
8pm Wednesday 31 May live @ The Chapel Theatre
This sold out last year -
book early if you don’t want to miss out!
BOOK HERE https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=264439 or at Carelles.
Wednesday 26 & Thursday 27 July, 2017 we will once again be sponsoring the annual Glen Innes High School Creative and Performing Arts showcase performance (CAPA)
Directed by Rose and Graham Price will be presented between 31 August to 8 September.
Featuring the talents of local thespians.
Stay tuned for more info!