Comment News (Gosnells) - - Lifestyle -

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.

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