2024 Playbill

March – CLOSED

March 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24 @ 2pm
All Matinee Performances

King Albert has twelve lovely daughters all of whom he loves very much – so much so, he keeps them locked up in his palace at all times. So how is it that they seem to wear out their shoes in a single night? Maybe Lady Monica can help solve the mystery – or is she a part of it?

Many young men try to find out the truth in the hope of winning the hand in marriage of the princess of their choice, but it is a humble soldier who eventually solves the puzzle, bringing peace and happiness back to the palace.

A great family show all the children will love.


June/July – CLOSED  

June 21, 28, July 5 @ 7.30pm
22, 23, 29, 30 July 6, 7 @ 2pm

Pamela Browne has organised a 25-year reunion for her four best friends from high school. From the moment Kay (now a chocoholic gun-toting funeral director) arrives, the wheels begin falling off of her meticulously planned week-end.

Added to the mix are Sandy, who is now apparently a nun, Dianne, now married to the school nerd and a mother of eight sons, Rachel, a runaway teenager on a mission to dig up dirt on her mother and Shaun, the greasy motel janitor.

This outrageous comedy is a roller-coaster ride of emotion.



November 1, 8, 15 @ 7.30pm
2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17 @ 2pm

The Swinging 60s & 70s” begins where “The Fabulous 40s & 50s” left off two years ago. Another 20 years of wonderful music as seen through the eyes of an elderly couple, Alf and Betty.

They watched the first show on their TV, but this time their TV is on the blink, so they “imagine” what a follow-up show might look like if the TV Station (Channel 14) ever decided to make it.

A show full of song, dance, colour, costumes and entertainment, with music from Beatlemania to Disco, this is a fun night out, not to be missed, for the entire family.


Tickets also available at the door or at Murwillumbah Information Centre or call 1800 674 414