Tickets for fund raiser shows available from the organisations themselves - contacts listed beside each fund-raiser show. For all other dates tickets go on sale NOW online at www.trybooking.com/YAUP or from 10am - 12noon Saturdays only at the theatre Box Office, 33 Gregory Street, Batemans Bay.
Saturday 27 October 2:00pm Preview/final dress rehearsal (all tickets $18.30)
Friday 2 November 7:30pm Opening Night
Saturday 3 November 7:30pm (Friends of the Eurobodalla Botanic Garden fund raiser evening contact Liz on 0429 210 000)
Sunday 4 November 2:00pm
Friday 9 November 7:30pm
Saturday 10 November 7:30pm
Sunday 11 November 2:00pm
Thursday 15 November 7:30pm
Friday 16 November 7:30pm (Sisters of Mercy Binh Minh school fund raiser evening contact Carol on 045 077 5067)
Saturday 17 November 7:30pm
Sunday 18 November 2:00pm (Operation Christmas Child fund raiser matinee contact Liz on 0474 199 269)
Friday 23 November 7:30pm
Saturday 24 November 2:00pm
Saturday 24 November 7:30pm
Sunday 25 November 2:00pm
Friday 30 November 7:30pm
Saturday 1 December 2:00pm (Moruya Hospital Auxiliary fund raiser matinee contact Kath on 0413 531 951)
Saturday 1 December 7:30pm
Adults: $25.30, Concession: $23.30, Groups of 20+ $22.30 all inclusive of online booking fee. Tickets for the 27 October Preview all $18.30.
Tickets on sale NOW online HERE
‘Guys and Dolls’, well-known to musical comedy aficionados, has been described as ‘a triumph and a delight’, ‘a work of art’ and the ‘perfect musical comedy’.
It brings to life Damon Runyon’s much loved New York underworld. Gangsters, gamblers, evangelists and showgirls inhabit this musical fable which features the hit songs, ‘Luck Be A Lady’, ‘Sit Down You’re Rockin’ the Boat’, ‘I’ve Never Been in Love Before’ and ‘Adelaide’s Lament (A Person Can Develop a Cold)’.
The show premiered on Broadway in 1950 when it ran for 1200 performances and won the Tony Award for Best Musical. It has had several Broadway and West End revivals, as well as a 1955 film adaptation starring Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra and Vivian Blaine.