Enjoy a night of vintage theatre this Autumn - perfect for Mother's Day.
Presented by Red Umbrella Theatre Co-operative, 'Songs for Nobodies' by Joanna Murray-Smith is a special evening of retro music, theatre and food taking place along the Nambour Vintage Theatre Trail. There are two performances only: Sunday 13 May and Saturday 19 May.
Immerse yourself in the highs and lows of life in the 40's, 50's and 60's with this heartwarming play and be enchanted by the songs of Judy Garland, Edith Piaf, Patsy Cline, Billie Holiday and Maria Callas.
This moving night of theatre will feature mouthwatering eats, a walk under the stars and visits to five eclectic destinations where you can enjoy a fabulous vintage vibe.
Who will you meet at the next stop and what will their story reveal? Come dressed in retro or vintage and join in the fun (retro or vintage dress is optional).
Penned by award-winning playwright Joanna Murray-Smith, 'Songs for Nobodies' shows how the connections between us have the power to move, heal and empower us all. Known for her sensitive and heartfelt explorations of the human condition, Joanna Murray-Smith has captivated audiences around the world.
Don't miss this very special opportunity to experience 'Songs for Nobodies' as part of Anywhere Theatre Festival.
Choose from two performances: a Mother's Day show on Sunday 13 May and a second show on Saturday 19 May 2018. Meet at 5.30pm for a 6pm start. Your journey will set off from C-Square Nambour and follow the Nambour Vintage Theatre Trail.
Tickets are now on sale and priced $34 pp and include dinner and the show.
Secure your tickets today at anywhere.is/listings/nobody Early bookings are advised.
Early bookings are advised.
For more information on this exciting theatre event on the Sunshine Coast, please visit anywhere.is/listings/nobody
Supported by playwright Joanna Murray-Smith and Nambour businesses: Mr Beasley's Vintage, Arsenic and Love Letters, Switch Espresso Bar, C-Square and Majestic Cinemas Nambour.
This event is part of the Anywhere Theatre Festival and a fundraiser for women's services Laurel House and BRISSC who provide support for survivors of sexual violence.
Please note this performance is for ages 15 and over.