IN 2019   
  • You can catch an Encore season of Series 2 at the beginning of May  - see clip below
  • SERIES 3 - ARMED & LANGUOROUS opens on May 31st  ... ... set in the 1940sAlthough WWII accounted for the first half of the 40's, our crooks found plenty of innovative ways to turn an illegal quid and as we move into the post-war era some new characters emerge to play both sides of the fence.  We traverse between parliament house, police headquarters, the Duck for Cover Club and flavour the antics with Fat Freddy's pie shops.  Don't miss this series where the antics get frantic.    MAY 31/JUNE 1/ JUNE 2 2019

IN 2018,  settle back and enjoy a series of "concert-cum-radio play" shows where the audience gets to be the live guests at a radio station in the 1920's, 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.

Each show in the series will have a combination of songs/stories from the era plus the latest episodes of an ongoing radio spoof "The Fickle Finger ......" - all with a heavy dose of  quirky comedy, satire, send-ups, and mystery!

Series 1:   SPEAKEASY   ... set in the 1920s where Prohibition is the theme - complete with Gangsters, Coppers, and Tarts, skullduggery, and quite a bit of back-door dealing ... Saturday 3rd February 3pm  at The Dungeon, Adamstown

Series 2:   BOTTOMS UP ... set in 1930, the year following the Wall Street Crash and the world is experiencing the Great Depression. Prohibition has ended and the crooks need to find creative new ways to turn a quid and outwit the cops.     Friday 20th April/Teralba Community Hall  7.30pm ...Saturday 21st April/Royal Exchange Theatre, Newcastle 4pm ...Sunday 22nd April/The Dungeon, Adamstown 2pm ....  AN ENCORE PERFORMANCE WILL BE OFFERED IN THE SECOND HALF OF 2018 PRIOR TO OPENING SERIES 3.   In the meantime,  enjoy Episode ONE of Bottoms Up:
ENCORE Series 2 /May 3+5 2019  at the ReX Theatre, Newcastle

Series 3:  ARMED and LANGUOROUS 

Series 4:  I SPY .... set in the 195s - the era of the Cold War

more information to come ....stay tuned.....sign up to this Blog to get updates

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