Bailey Ellis-Few, Corey Cutler, Beau Rosewood and Kodi Graham in the Outback Deb Ball.
Bailey Ellis-Few, Corey Cutler, Beau Rosewood and Kodi Graham in the Outback Deb Ball.

Rollicking good time at deb ball

TONIGHT, tomorrow and Sunday will see the final four performances of CHATS production of The Outback Debutante Ball in the new Narranga School Hall.

The dinner theatre show is on at 6pm today and Saturday, with matinee luncheon shows at 12.30pm on Saturday and Sunday and a rollicking good time is

guaranteed for all.

Showgoers can drive to the door of the theatre and there are no steps involved.

This production is the first play to be presented in the new Narranga Hall.

The theme of the show is that of a small rural community having to overcome personal differences of opinion for the greater good.

Pivotal to the social structure of this community stands the dilapidated old hall, where everyone gathers to pursue their varied (and often competitive) interests. Conflicts abound, but the threat of losing the hall when it is condemned ultimately brings them all together.

Outback Debutante Ball, Narranga school hall, Robin St 6pm April 8, 9; 12.30pm April 9, 10. Tickets $40 conc $35. Book Jetty Theatre phone 6652 8088.



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