Three TWT readers have won double passes to an opening night performance of Eastwood Uniting Church Musical Society’s production The Yeomen of The Guard on Friday May 18 at 14 Lakeside Road Eastwood at 8pm.
Winners are: Colin Clark, Ryde; Paul Ho, Marsfield and Valerie King of Hunters Hill.
Story takes place in the Tower of London where gentleman scientist, Colonel Fairfax, is wrongly accused of sorcery and sentenced to death within the hour.
Fairfax hatches a plan to avoid letting his estate fall into the hands of his scheming cousin (also his accuser) by secretly marrying Elsie Maynard, a strolling singer.
She agrees to be blindfolded during the ceremony and expects to be a wealthy widow upon Fairfax’s imminent demise, free to marry her on-off partner, the jester, Jack Point.
However, Fairfax miraculously escapes his fate. Chaos ensues and plots unravel as Fairfax embarks on a campaign to win Elsie’s heart.
Celebrate in British style on the opening weekend with all adult and student tickets only $18.
Scones with jam and cream will be for sale at interval during every performance on the weekend of The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plus, present yourself dressed royally on opening night only to receive a voucher for a FREE Devonshire Tea and FREE program!
Royal Dress will be judged at the ticket counter on opening night only– use your imagination and have fun.
Other performances Saturday May 19, May 26 and June 2 @ 1pm and 7pm; Friday May 25 and June 1 @ 8pm.
Tickets $27 adults; $18 pensioners or $15 children under 16. Phone 8061 7195.