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Tune in to 2RRR 88.5FM tomorrow Tuesday 14 Jan around 11am when the Arts Show's Maggie Mason will chat with our very own Dr Jekyll, Dimitiri Armatas. They will be talking about our season opener The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. ...

Tune in to 2RRR 88.5FM  tomorrow Tuesday 14 Jan around 11am when the Arts Shows Maggie Mason will chat with our very own Dr Jekyll, Dimitiri Armatas. They will be talking about our season opener The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

When Fran meets Hyde...

The Pavilion has been a hive of activity over the holidays with the first two plays of the 2020 season in rehearsal.

Here are Dimitri Armatas from The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Annette van Roden as Fran from Things I Know to be True.

Tickets for both plays are now available on our website:

www.paviliontheatre.org.au
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When Fran meets Hyde...

The Pavilion has been a hive of activity over the holidays with the first two plays of the 2020 season in rehearsal. 

Here are Dimitri Armatas from The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Annette van Roden as Fran from Things I Know to be True. 

Tickets for both plays are now available on our website:

www.paviliontheatre.org.au

A word of thanks to all our emergency services that are working tirelessly to ensure everyone’s safety across several states. Our hearts are with everyone affected by these devastating fires.

Please note: that Castle Hill Showground is a Neighbourhood Safer Place.

Here are details of what that entails:

www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/plan-and-prepare/neighbourhood-safer-places

Here is a list from the RFS of how you can help during this time:

www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/news-and-media/general-news/how-you-can-help

Take care out there. ❤️
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A word of thanks to all our emergency services that are working tirelessly to ensure everyone’s safety across several states. Our hearts are with everyone affected by these devastating fires. 

Please note: that Castle Hill Showground is a Neighbourhood Safer Place. 

Here are details of what that entails:

https://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/plan-and-prepare/neighbourhood-safer-places

Here is a list from the RFS  of how you can help during this time:

https://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/news-and-media/general-news/how-you-can-help

Take care out there. ❤️

3 weeks ago

Pavilion Theatre - Castle Hill Players

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Castle Hill Players would like to wish everyone a happy new year! We thank you for your support throughout 2019 and look forward to welcoming you in 2020 to The Pavilion for another outstanding season of plays. May your year be full of hope, happiness and good health. The cast of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde are charging their glasses to the new year. Cheers! ...

Castle Hill Players would like to wish everyone a happy new year! We thank you for your support throughout 2019 and look forward to welcoming you in 2020 to The Pavilion for another outstanding season of plays. May your year be full of hope, happiness and good health. The cast of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde are charging their glasses to the new year. Cheers!

Our final play for the 2020 season is Entertaining Angels by Richard Everett. It will be directed by Jennifer Willison, who directed this year's brilliant, Nell Gwynn.

Can God be trusted to do anything right at all? Or is the whole thing a “divine exercise in trial and error”?

As a clergy wife, Grace has spent a lifetime on her best behaviour. By her own count, she’s poured two hundred thousand cups of tea, made four thousand six hundred quiches and baked two tonnes of light crust pastry. Now, following the death of her husband, she is enjoying the new-found freedom to do and say exactly as she pleases.

But complications are just around the corner as Grace’s eccentric missionary sister returns with some disturbing revelations. Grace is forced to confront the memory of her husband and the truth of their marriage whilst the new vicar reveals some very un-clergy-like credentials of their own.

A very English comedy that’s profound, absorbing and thoroughly entertaining.

BY RICHARD EVERETT
DIRECTED BY JENNIFER WILLISON

NOV 13 - DEC 5

An Amateur Production BY ARRANGEMENT WITH ORiGiNTM THEATRICAL ON BEHALF OF SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.

Tickets can be purchased as part of a 5 or 6 play subscription.

www.paviliontheatre.org.au
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Our final play for the 2020 season is Entertaining Angels by Richard Everett. It will be directed by Jennifer Willison, who directed this years brilliant, Nell Gwynn.

Can God be trusted to do anything right at all? Or is the whole thing a “divine exercise in trial and error”?
 
As a clergy wife, Grace has spent a lifetime on her best behaviour. By her own count, she’s poured two hundred thousand cups of tea, made four thousand six hundred quiches and baked two tonnes of light crust pastry. Now, following the death of her husband, she is enjoying the new-found freedom to do and say exactly as she pleases.
 
But complications are just around the corner as Grace’s eccentric missionary sister returns with some disturbing revelations. Grace is forced to confront the memory of her husband and the truth of their marriage whilst the new vicar reveals some very un-clergy-like credentials of their own.
 
A very English comedy that’s profound, absorbing and thoroughly entertaining.

BY RICHARD EVERETT
DIRECTED BY JENNIFER WILLISON

NOV 13 - DEC 5

An Amateur Production BY ARRANGEMENT WITH ORiGiNTM THEATRICAL ON BEHALF OF SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.

Tickets can be purchased as part of a 5 or 6 play subscription.

www.paviliontheatre.org.au

Our 2020 season has something for everyone, including Roald Dahl’s The Witches adapted for the stage by David Wood. The Witches will be directed by Jewell Johnson.

When Roald Dahl was eight years old, he and four friends were caught putting a dead
mouse in a jar of Gobstoppers in the local sweet shop - and were thoroughly thrashed for it.
This incident sparked young Dahl’s imagination and the seeds that were to become some of his most famous stories were sown.
In the ballroom of a seaside hotel, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Children gather for their annual meeting. The Society’s nefarious purpose? The elimination
of every child in England! Can a young boy, his Grandmother and his pet mice defeat the evil
Grand High Witch and foil the Society’s plan?

We’d love to invite all Grans and Grandpas, Mums and Dads, Aunties and Uncles, kids and
grandkids to this magical adaptation of Dahl’s deliciously wicked delight.

A warning though: no one is too young or too old for this play.

THE WITCHES
BY ROALD DAHL. ADAPTED FOR THE STAGE BY DAVID WOOD
DIRECTED BY JEWELL JOHNSON

SEPT 18 - OCT 10

Tickets available as part of a 5 or 6 play subscription.

www.paviliontheatre.org.au
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Our 2020 season has something for everyone, including Roald Dahl’s The Witches adapted for the stage by David Wood. The Witches will be directed by Jewell Johnson. 

When Roald Dahl was eight years old, he and four friends were caught putting a dead
mouse in a jar of Gobstoppers in the local sweet shop - and were thoroughly thrashed for it.
This incident sparked young Dahl’s imagination and the seeds that were to become some of his most famous stories were sown.
In the ballroom of a seaside hotel, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Children gather for their annual meeting. The Society’s nefarious purpose? The elimination 
of every child in England! Can a young boy, his Grandmother and his pet mice defeat the evil 
Grand High Witch and foil the Society’s plan?

We’d love to invite all Grans and Grandpas, Mums and Dads, Aunties and Uncles, kids and 
grandkids to this magical adaptation of Dahl’s deliciously wicked delight. 

A warning though: no one is too young or too old for this play.

THE WITCHES
BY ROALD DAHL. ADAPTED FOR THE STAGE BY DAVID WOOD
DIRECTED BY JEWELL JOHNSON

SEPT 18 - OCT 10

Tickets available as part of a 5 or 6 play subscription.

www.paviliontheatre.org.au
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