OLD TIME MAYHEM ROAST DINNER SERVED BY BUXOM DAMSELS
BRAVE knights, delightful damsels, buxom wenches, unholy monks, reckless outlaws and revolting peasants come together on stage for the Gosnells All Saints Players’ latest production Medieval Mayhem.
The two-hour restauranttheatre production, guaranteed to transport audiences back to medieval times, will feature a number of musical numbers, dance routines and hilarious sketches.
Included in the production is the mini-melodrama The Clottingham Castle Carry On, written specifically for the show by local playwright Pixie Hind.
Hind said they had done their best to re-create the authentic medieval experience for their audience.
“I can’t recall any other local shows performed with a medieval theme accompanied by a meal presented in a medieval setting,” she said.
“It is not every day you can dine under the eye of fearsome knights in armour and be served by buxom damsels.”
The show has evening performances on June 10, 17 and 24 and matinees on June 11, 18 and 25.
A two-course roast dinner is served before the evening shows and patrons are encouraged to bring their own drinks.
Tickets are $30 for evening shows and $20 for matinee performances, which includes a scrumptious high tea in the interval.
To book tickets, phone 9393 2236.
Curtis Barry, Anni Thompson, Richard Ward and Delys Barry rehearse for the Medieval Mayhem show.