SUNDAY PEOPLE Written and Performed by Alex Nicol

On Friday 11 August  a one man show written and performed by Alex Nicol and based on his experiences of producing and presenting All Ways On Sunday opens at the Funhouse. All Ways On Sunday was a three and a half hour national radio program that Alex started back in 1969 (it’s still running under Ian Mcnamara as Australia All Over).

The show runs for one and a half hours of story telling.

The venue is the Old Video store in Bega, now the Fun House.

Performances Friday 11, Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 August, and Saturday and Sunday 19 and 20 August.

Big discounts are available for group bookings and social groups etc might like to look at it as a fund raiser.

There’s some interest in the show touring so be the first to see it in Bega!postcard sunday.png

God of Carnage

Two upper middle class couples meet in a Paris apartment to civilly discuss a violent altercation between their children. Coffee is served and then cake … and then rum. And the results are anything but civil. Yasmina Reza’s savagely funny play God of Carnage was first performed in 2004 and went on to win the Olivier Awards for Best New Play and Best Comedy in London and the Tony for Best Play in New York. Its international productions have featured such stars as Ralph Fiennes, Jeff Daniels, Tamsin Grieg, Marcia Gay Harden, Hope Davies, Isabelle Huppert, Lucy Liu and James Gandolfini. In 2011 it was adapted into a hit film by Roman Polanski which featured Christoph Waltz, John C. Reilly, Jodie Foster and Kate Winslet.
Theatre Onset will present God of Carnage in June at The Funhouse in Bega with Makushla Bourke, Brooke Edwards, John Fitzmaurice and Jamie Forbes, under the direction of Mahamati and David Stocker.
“God of Carnage is hilarious, biting, adult and raw … just the thing for a winter night out!” says Theatre Onset President, Rebecca Lupton.
God of Carnage plays at The Funhouse, 3 Hill St, Bega. Performances on Friday 9, Saturday 10, Thursday 15, Friday 16 and Saturday 17 June at 7:30pm, with matinees on Sunday 11 and Sunday 18 June at 3pm. Tickets are $25/$15 (conc.). Bookings at or at the door. Recommended for over 15 years: contains strong language and adult themes.
Screen Shot 2017-05-12 at 11.08.14 am.png