There are only two opportunities left to see The Naked Truth.
Tonight, Friday, September 22 at 7pm and Sunday, September 24 at 2pm.
Both performances of the Village Hall Players’ latest play will be at the Kyogle Memorial Institute Hall. Directed by Lynette Zito and featuring talented locals, the play has been performed at Ettrick and Goolmangar.
The good news is there are more seats available for the Kyogle performances since the recent upgrades.
Kyogle Council has installed 138 new seats in the gallery area of the hall. The comfy wide seats come from Suncoast Cinema Seats on the Sunshine Coast.
The gallery floor has been refurbished and the damage caused by water leaks has been repaired.
Council workers also repaired a section of the roof over the northern side of the hall and stage, replacing the sheeting and insulation.
That’s not all – a walkway has been built in the ceiling for safe maintenance access, there is new support in the ceiling for the lightbar over the audience area and the sound and lighting system in the hall has been upgraded.
Four hundred new audience seats were sourced from Officeworks for the main hall area. The old chairs were passed on to a local Aboriginal land council.
The KMI Hall upgrade will continue in February next year to replace the structure over the stage which holds the curtains and the stage light bar, to get new main stage curtains and to install hoists on both light bars to make it safer and easier to access lighting for adjustments and maintenance.
All this renovating means the audience can better see and hear the performance of The Naked Truth tonight and on Sunday.
Tickets are $15 and available at the door. Cash only please. Doors open 6pm for tonight’s 7pm show and 1pm for the 2pm show on Sunday.