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BOP TheatreFest


Sat 2 Aug 2014, 7:00pm–9:40pm

Where: Shambles Theatre, 8 Amohau Street, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

The 2014 Bay of Plenty TheatreFest presents two plays from two new directors who will represent the Rotorua Little Theatre Society. The bar will be open.

At 7pm will be the official welcome. The adjudicator is Gabrielle Thurston, an accredited adjudicator with SCA and a Speech NZ examiner. She examines Eisteddfods Competitions and exams throughout NZ.

First play will begin immediately following the welcome.

Bonking James Bond, directed by Alison Young and written by April Phillips.
Synopsis: Betty discovers her husband is having an affair and decides to win him back by creating an imaginary lover "James Bond". Along the way her confidence and self esteem grow. Her husband thinks she is having an affair and wants her back... but will she still want him?

Interval will be at 7.50pm, bar is open. This will be followed by our second play for the evening at approximately 8.20pm

Sacking, directed by Liz Carrington and written by Ian Weir.
Synopsis: A philosophical debate between former comrades Alaric The Visigoth (now retired and peace loving) and Attila The Hun (still hungry for the fight) on the pros and cons of battle or negotiation as a means to 'victory' and success.

A short comedy interlude presented, by Rotorua Little Theatre Society members, will follow and prize giving will then take place at approximately 9.15pm.

Everyone is welcome for what should be a great night of theatre entertainment. Entry is general admission.

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