Pavilion Theatre - Castle Hill Players added 11 new photos.
5 days ago
A look back 10 years ago to "And Then There Were None" - directed by Annette van Roden. In this album: Paul Cashman, Sara Jane Kelly, Craig Hutchinson, Darrell Hoffman, Rickard Roach, Stephen Snars, Errol Henderson, Faith Jessel, Daniel Boole, Karen Miller and Ron Parnell. ...
2 weeks ago
A very happy 30th Birthday to Robert Snars. Regulars to the Pavilion may have seen him in past productions such as Anne of Green Gables, Treasure Island, The Games Afoot, The Servant of Two Masters, Boeing Boeing, and most recently the one production of 2020 we were able to stage, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in which he appeared as The Butler. We wish you every happiness and success in the future and look forward to seeing you on stage again soon. ...
Oh my goodness... he can’t be 30 !! Happy birthday 🎂
30 already! Have a great celebration Robbie
Happy birthday Robbie! You still look like that 20 something lad I met at Pymble !!
Happy birthday to Robbie
Lovely man-lovely memories-lovely day! 🌹
Happy birthday Robbie 🎁⭐️
Happy birthday Rob
HB to a rising star! 🥳 So, so missing your wonderful productions 😢
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3 weeks ago
In honour of World Pyjamas Day (who knew??) our Friday Flashback features Julian Floriano and Mary Clarke from our 2017 production of Ladies In Lavender. Happy PJs Day everyone! It's also World Emoji Day so here are a couple of emojis to make you smile 😍🤩👏🌈🍀🌟🍾🎭. ...
Today's birthday girl is Michelle Masefield! A very happy birthday to a wonderful actor and friend to all at The Pavilion. Theatre goers will well remember Michelle in several appearances on our stage - the powerfully emotional Women of Lockerbie and The Book of Everything, with her most recent performance being the delightfully bawdy final play of 2019, Nell Gwynn. The girl sure plays a mean recorder! Have a very happy birthday Michelle, and may the year ahead be full of lovely surprises, good health and theatre! ...
VALE - HARRY HYLAND
It is with great sadness we advise the passing of our dear friend, and CHP Life Member, Harry Hyland, who passed away at 10.10pm on Sunday 5 July. Harry's life commitment was to teaching and his career took him all over NSW before bringing him to the Hills District where he taught at Castle Hill PS for 20 years, then several other schools before becoming Principal at Rosehill PS prior to his retirement. Harry's love and commitment to the Hills District led to a strong association with Hills Shire Council and he was a leader and influential member of the community, particularly where matters involving Castle Hill Showground and Castle Hill Players' Pavilion Theatre were concerned. For many years he headed up the 355 Committee, engaging with Council in matters relating to the Showground and he was a constant advocate for the Pavilion Theatre where he has held the position of Public Officer, as well as being a Life Member. His negotiations with Council led to the installation of 2 units to house the vast props and costume collection of the theatre and this building is affectionately known as Harry's Hutte. Harry made one appearance onstage at The Pavilion, in 2001 as a member of the cast of Stories of a Nation. He loved being involved in set building, assisting on no less than 36 set constructions over the years. Outside of the theatre Harry and his partner Sue enjoyed world travel and they have been on many wonderful adventures at home and abroad. Harry Hyland was a gentleman in the true meaning of the word - kind, considerate, caring and compassionate. His calm manner encouraged and inspired others and his friendship was valued by all who knew him. To Sue and his family we offer our sincere condolences.
(Photos show Harry 4th from left onstage; in plaid shirt and Akubra; with Sue, Annette van Roden, Annette Snars and Stephen Snars) ...
I had so much respect for Harry. A true gentleman- kind, thoughtful and quietly generous. Instrumental in keeping our beloved theatre running and humming. Thank you Harry. Xo
Oh, this saddens me. Harry was at Rosehill,during my 25 years there. He was a lovely, gentle, man. Love, thoughts and prayers to all the family. 💙🙏🏻
My condolences to Harry's family. A real gentleman. I worked with him at Wentworthville and with him at the theatre. He had my respect .
A lovely kind and talented man I remember him well. My condolences to all his family RIP Harry Hyland
A lovely gentleman taught under him at Lidcombe P.S. in the 1980s.....sad news
The only way I can describe Harry is indeed as a “true gentleman”. Such a rare capacity to find these days. He will be missed so much 🎈
4 weeks ago
We bid Jim Molesworth and his family a fond farewell as they depart Sydney for a new life south of the border. Thanks Jim for your wonderful contribution to Castle Hill Players, we will miss you. Our best wishes go with you and we hope to see you when next you visit Sydney. ...