Coming up at the Pavilion.
ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID
APRIL 9 – MAY 1 2021
BOOKINGS NOW OPEN.
BY JESSIE JONES, NICHOLAS HOPE & JAMIE WOOTEN
DIRECTED BY MEREDITH JACOBS
Four friends have sworn to keep the promise they made on the night of their Senior Prom: to be in each other’s weddings … no matter what.
Join four Southern Belles (of a certain age) in this very funny comedy about friendship, love and bridesmaids’ dresses. There’s serial bride Monette, Libby Ruth the hopeless romantic, Deedra the calm, intelligent judge, and tree-hugging, Birkenstock wearing Charlie. Throw in Sedalia the Maître d’ Wedding Planner and a young rather inebriated bride and you have a recipe for hilarity.
Set in the bridal parlour of Laurelton Oaks, Virginia, a stunning wedding reception venue, tensions are high as pre-wedding jitters take over when one bridesmaid arrives without a dress and another with a streaming nose and hacking cough.
Always a Bridesmaid explores those friendships that last a lifetime and why, thirty years later, these gals are still making “the long walk” for each other, determined to honour their teenage vow.
By arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia Pty Ltd on behalf of Dramatists Play Service, Inc New York.
Why not enjoy a meal before the show at Nobles Restaurant located at the Hills Lodge.
Welcome back! It has been a year like no other but your wish to return to our auditorium is only matched by our desire to get back on the Pavilion Theatre stage. We are pleased to present for 2021, the remaining five plays of our cancelled 2020 season starting with Things I Know To Be True by Andrew Bovell. Finishing off the year is our new offering, Unnecessary Farce by Paul Slade Smith.
We are still working on the online redemption - but call out booking number and Melz will assist you with booking.
COVID Safety Plan
The theatre has a covid safe plan available on the website. But here is a summary
- Booking will be required, there will be no walk ups. You can book up to 15 minutes before the show starts.
- We request you to scan in using the Service NSW QR code
- Tickets are Allocated seating.
- The auditorium will be open 30 Minutes prior to the start of the show.
- Tickets will not be printed at the venue – your details will be checked at the door.
- If you are feeling unwell or waiting for Covid test results, please let us know so we can reallocate your booking.
The bar is open but there is no tea or coffee service. This may change with circumstances change.
Bookings for each play will open 2 months before that play’s opening night. Please keep in mind there will be spacing between individuals and couples in order to comply with Public Health Safety Guidelines.
Nov 6th – 15th The War Of the Worlds DIRECTED BY Bernard Teuben As a welcome back to the Pavilion, we will be performing a Staged Reading of the Orson Welles Radio drama, famous for panicking North America. It may very well have been the birth of fake news. It was Sunday, October 30, at […]
In light of latest Government and medical authorities advice, the Castle Hill Players’ Management Committee has made the decision to cancel the upcoming performances of Things I Know To Be True and Always A Bridesmaid. The health and welfare of our members and patrons are paramount and our primary motivation. Management Committee will continue working […]