Tag "Old Mill Theatre"

‘Fat Pig’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

A ‘do not miss it’, production, that is hard to fault

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‘Scrooge’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Justin Freind’s shows are always quality, and this is another wonderful show to add to his résumé.

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‘Honour’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

A punchy little show that all married couples should see – with their partners.

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‘Old Mill Theatre’s short play season’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

The array of plays ranged from the sublime to the ridiculous, so you are guaranteed to enjoy yourself.

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‘Hail Mary 2: The Haunting’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom.

Noel’s zany lateral thinking has once again produced a laugh-a-minute show.

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‘The Habit of Art’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

It is certainly worth seeing. You will admire it on many levels, but you may not like it.

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‘It’s All Greek to Me Too!’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘It’s All Greek to Me Too!’ is Noel O’Neill’s magnificent sequel to the play that wrote just over two years ago, ‘It’s All Greek to Me’. This is even funnier than the original, and that was a sell-out! Even though

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‘No Names, No Packdrill’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

An American Marine’s visit to Sydney during the war, goes wrong.

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‘The One Day of the Year’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

This is NOT yet another ANZAC play, but a wonderful character study and a daring look at the ANZAC day celebrations

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