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The
Malvern Theatre Company's current and future productions.

Go to the Production History page for information and photographs of our previous productions.

 
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TWELFTH NIGHT
by William Shakespeare

Directed by Annie Blood

 Twelfth Night or What You Will is a comedy and centres around twins, Viola and Sebastian. A shipwreck during a violent storm sets in motion a wild and quirky tale of mistaken identities, rebellion, conspirators and unrequited love. Washed ashore and separated from her twin brother, Viola must learn to survive alone in an exotic foreign country. Disguising herself as a man, she works as a page to Duke Orsino and quickly becomes entangled in a web of amorous pursuits gone awry, sending dukes and countesses running in disastrous directions amongst a wacky entourage of servants and mischievous freeloaders. All the while, Viola must fight to ensure nothing blows her cover.


1st to 16th November 2019
Wednesday to Saturday at 8.15 pm
Matinees: Saturday and Sunday at 2.00 pm

Ticket Bookings Phone: 1300 131 552

Single $22.00 - Groups (10 or more) $20.00 per person.    Gala Night $8.00 extra per person

 To book tickets on line, click here

 



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ENGAGED

by W. S. Gilbert

Directed by Diana Burleigh

Presented by Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Victoria

 

A hilarious comedic play by W. S. Gilbert about the everlasting perils of love, marriage and money.  Cheviot Hill – the central figure of the piece – is continually falling in love at the drop of a hat.  His romantic inconstancy is of intense pecuniary interest to two other men: Belvawney, who receives £1,000 a year as long as Cheviot remains unmarried; and Mr. Symperson, who shall receive £1,000 a year once Cheviot is either wed or dead.  This hilarious farce was the inspiration for Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest.  It is equally witty, clever and great fun.


Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd November 2019 at 8.15 pm,
Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th November at 2.00 pm

Tickets Bookings and Enquiries:  0490 465 009
Adults $22.00 (no concessions) - Groups (10 or more) $20.00 per person.  (Booking fees apply)