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Extra Helping of Comedy at The Court Theatre

2 April 2012

Extra Helping of Comedy at The Court Theatre

Following strong public response, The Court Theatre's season of CALENDAR GIRLS has added an additional show to accomodate demand.

With the remaining season of CALENDAR GIRLS rapidly selling out, a matinee performance of the the British comedy has been added at 2pm Saturday 14 April.

Artistic Director Ross Gumbley says "it is wonderful to see such a positive response to this hilarious comedy with heart."

CALENDAR GIRLS by Tim Firth

Directed by Alison Quigan

Cast: Carl Dixon, Jude Gibson, Janice Gray, Ali Harper, Geoffrey Heath, Michael Keir Morrissey, Juliet Reynolds-Midgely, Lyndee-Jane Rutherford, Avril Thresh, Amanda Tollemache and Annie Whittle.

Performances: 17 March – 28 April2012.
Show times: 6:30pm Mon/Thu, 7:30 Tue/Wed/Fri/Sat (additional 2pm matinee Sat 14 April)
Venue: The Court Theatre, Bernard St, Addington
Tickets: Adults $48 | Senior $41 | Groups (10+) $39 | Student $29 | Child $19
Bookings: 03 963 0870 or www.courttheatre.orgnz

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