OUR NEXT PRODUCTION

Oliver

NOVEMBER 2022 - 'Oliver Twisted'

10th - 19th November

Oliver Twisted, written and directed by Larry Waller, creates a very different version of Dickens’ original tale, using a mix of adventure, shock and mirth.

Born into the care of authorities, and finding himself in a Young Offenders Institution, young Oliver Twisted awaits his release and the hope of a new family.  Oliver’s naivety and vulnerability lead to his escape into the real world where, lost and alone, he finds himself drawn into the seedy and dangerous urban environment of the big city.  What will become of this young man? Are those around him friends or foe? Homeless, and exploited by manipulative adults, who can he trust?

The wonderful ensemble cast of adult and child actors will immerse the audience in time; in the Here, Now, There and Then of the realities of life on the street.  Not a musical, and true to the original text of Charles Dickens, this very different adaptation is not to be missed.

Dates & Bookings

Thursday 10 November 2022 - Sunday 20 November 2022

 

Telephone: 0436 262 628
Email: bookings@stjudesplayers.asn.au
www.stjudesplayers.asn.au

NOTE: General Bookings Open 20th October, 2022


St Jude's Players Covid-19 Information
update April 17, 2022.

Due to the recent change in SA Government Covid policy, St Jude's Players' Covid policy is *now:

  • QR check-ins no longer required
  • Proof of Covid -19 vaccinations no longer required
  • Masks optional

* However, for the protection of all, please do not attend if experiencing Covid symptoms in even minor form.  

Please maintain hand hygiene at all times.
Thank you.

Upcoming Productions 2022

 

Who Are St Jude's Players?

St Jude's Players Inc is a community theatre group consisting of volunteers operating out of a church hall in Brighton, a suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. Although the Players are loosely affiliated with, and the group was formed by, members of St Jude's, today membership is open to everyone who has an interest in quality community theatre.

The Players usually put on three full-length productions a year, and they can include comedies, dramas and musicals. Although the hall is not large (it seats about 180 people), on occasions we can raise the roof! Naturally, occasions for eating and drinking figure prominently throughout the year.