A heart-warming comedy about
people dogs and their pet dogs humans.
When Ben finds a lost clueless Fox Terrier pup, Bow, his world is turned upside down when he encounters an extraordinary bunch of Canine lovers. With their assistance Ben grows to understand the special bond between humans and their pet dogs.
Our Sunday matinee show on Sunday 26th August has SOLD OUT!
Due to popular request, we have added a second Sunday matinee show. Tickets have just been released and may not last long.
Sunday 2nd September, 10am. Doors open at 9:30am.
The bar will be serving coffee, tea and some morning tea snacks.
See what opening weekend audiences have been saying about My Pet Human.
What Audience was My Pet Human written for?
My Pet Human is such a great play as it caters for all ages. It is kid-friendly, however does have a lot of adult humour. It also is relatable as the characters within the play are all so different and easy to identify with. It isa great play for those who have never seen a play ...
Auditions were held last week for our next show, My Pet Human and we had a great turn out of new and familiar faces.
The director has made her decision and we're pleased to announce our cast.
Ben/Bow … Oliver Cameron
Gemma/Giddi … Julie Stewart
Roger/Riff … Brendan James
Lydia/Lady … Lauren Flood
by Charles Morey
Freely adapted from Beaumarchais’ “Le Mariage de Figaro”
A delightful comedy about a scheming servant, a lecherous Count and the smart women in their lives.
He’s getting married in the morning, and the ambitious Figaro (servant, barber, professional mischief-maker) couldn’t be happier. But with everybody scheming to come between him and his bride, Figaro will need all his cunning to make it down the aisle....
We’re holding open auditions for
My Pet Human
Written by Leah Pellinkhof. Directed by Julie Bray
Audition time & date
Thursday 31 May, 6:30 – 9:30pm
Call back: Sunday 3 June, 2:00 – 4:00pm
Young people audition
Sunday 3 June, 1:00 – 2:00pm
How to register for Auditions:
Tickets are selling fast. A couple of shows are almost more than half sold out, so don't hesitate and miss seeing this hilarious, fast-paced, thrilling farce.
Our first show for 2018 has just wrapped up! Audiences enjoyed 3 weekends of shows for our adaptation of Hamlet, and would like to thank everyone who joined us and had lovely words to say about the show.
"Was sooo impressed by this show last night!
This is the culmination of over a year of conceptual development, careful ...
Written by William Shakespeare. Adapted by James Elliott.
This adaptation of Hamlet, played by an all female cast, looks at the existential relationship between actor and character, character and soul, and soul and actor. The question is asked: “What if Hamlet became aware that his existence is fictional; merely a character in a play?”...