Isis Town and Country - - Front Page - By JODIE DIXON

THE hi­lar­i­ous adult com­edy per­formed in Gin Gin last Fri­day and Satur­day night had the au­di­ence in hys­ter­ics.

This wasn’t your typ­i­cal Cin­derella story – it was a lit­tle rude and crude and had the sold out au­di­ence in laughs.

The Gin Gin The­atri­cal So­ci­ety staged Cin­derella Meets the Mother-in-Law writ­ten by Ju­dith Prior, and per­formed with the per­mis­sion of David Spicer Pro­duc­tions.

The guests were treated to a royal feast fit for a king be­fore the show, and dessert was served dur­ing in­ter­mis­sion.

The ta­lented per­form­ers set aside open­ing-night nerves and jit­ters to stage the hi­lar­i­ous com­edy.

Cin­derella stole the show with her vo­cal skills, and the very funny fairy god­mother drew the au­di­ence in.

The adults-only show was a great suc­cess for the or­gan­is­ers and the the­atri­cal group.

As­sis­tant di­rec­tor and in charge of pub­lic­ity Wendy Guy said they are thrilled to be sold out for both nights.

“Noth­ing worse than empty seats and we hope ev­ery­one en­joyed the show,” Ms Guy said.

The the­atri­cal so­ci­ety staged its first Theatre Restau­rant hop­ing it would draw in the au­di­ence.

Daniel Pap­palardo, who was on a night out, said it was very funny and a great night out. The king was his favourite char­ac­ter.

The feast was well-re­ceived, with one au­di­ence mem­ber say­ing it was “old-fash­ioned home cook­ing, just what I like”.

The pork was a crowd favourite, with many want­ing sec­onds.

Linda Pap­palardo said: “I was in stitches for the en­tire per­for­mance.

“I had a won­der­ful night out with friends. It was hi­lar­i­ous and great fun,” Mrs Pap­palardo said.


SIS­TERS: The step­sis­ters do­ing it for them­selves, Chantel Ga­han as Olivia and Sharon Mil­lett as Agatha.

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