LOOK WHO JUST GREW UP
Extra seating is just the ticket to host bigger audiences and bigger acts at The J! Thanks to the roll-out of 64 new mezzanine-level seats, The J is set to satisfy larger audiences and entice even more acts to Noosa.
The new tiered seats have brought The J’s seating capacity to 402. Located on the mezzanine level the seats are comfortable and offer a great view of the stage. The seating is also removable, allowing the mezzanine to be set up as a meeting space for up to 50 people when not needed for a stage show or concert. Upcoming events include Jimeoin, A Chorus Line, The Ultimate Eagles Experience and the Ocean Film Festival World Tour. To find out more about all the fantastic shows coming up at The J, visit www.thej.com.au.
PIRATES OF THE PANTO
SET sail for fun and adventure on the high seas.
Zac Sparrow has just sunk the ship of Captain Spongebag Roundpants, the meanest, nastiest pirate in the world, and pinched his treasure map. He discovers that Spongebag has survived and wants his map back, so he sets sail for the Caribbean to dig up the treasure.
Joined by his mother and a cast of crazy characters, Zac’s ship lands on Discomainia, an island ruled by Queen Chaka Khan, which gives rise to much disco fun and frolics.
On Saturday, January 6, 13 and 20, at 11am and 2pm; Sunday, January 7, 14 and 21 at 1pm and 4pm. Tickets $15.
ONE-act plays by local writers will be performed in one show, including Morning Tea with the Minister by Bruce Olive and directed by Sean McBride. While entertaining the highly respected church minister, Gloria drops the bombshell she hopes will finally end her days as the town spinster. The minister’s response is not one anyone expected.
I Hate my Job, written and directed by Simon Denver, is about a writer who with complete horror realises he has committed a one-act play to a season at Noosa Arts that opens that night. The trouble is he hasn’t written it yet.
Sisters in Paris, written and directed by Frank Wilkie, features a dream trip for three sisters that implodes when competing priorities, quirky personalities and a mystery love collide in the City of Lights.
Cut-price preview: February 15 at 7.30pm, all tickets $26. Evenings: February 16, 22, 23 at 7.30pm. Matinees: February 17, 18, 24 at 2pm.
Tickets $36 adults, $31 concession, phone the box office on 5449 9343 or visit www.noosaartstheatre.org.au.