Tickets on sale for comedy ‘stamped with weirdness’ by local theatre group

The play 37 Postcards is billed as a family comedy stamped with weirdness. Directed by Jill Runciman it is the latest production from Village Hall Players.

And tickets are on sale for the May performances

37 Postcards is about Avery Sutton who returns home after years abroad. He discovers his family is not quite how he remembers. Forced to either accept the oddities of his family or leave them behind, 37 Postcards explores how you can return home but never quite know what you’re going to find.

Tickets are $15 and available online through TryBooking for all performances and at Clay Corner, Summerland Way, Kyogle for matinee tickets only.

All performances are at the KMI Hall, Summerland Way, Kyogle.

Friday, May 3, 7pm curtain, Saturday, May 4, 7pm, Sunday, May 5, 2pm, Friday, May 10, 7pm, Saturday, May 11, 7pm – all these performances have seating at tables of six or upstairs in the Gallery.

Sunday, May 12, 2pm curtain – theatre-style seating in the main hall or upstairs in the gallery.  

Please note there is no lift to the upstairs gallery at the KMI Hall.

Here’s where to buy tickets online for 37 Postcards.

For evening performances go here.

For matinees book here.

Information provided by Village Hall Players.

Here are photos from the VHP production of Annie last year.

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