For Love and Money

BE quick or you may miss out on the Criterion Theatre’s latest production – Love and Money by Raymond Hopkins – as the actors are about to take the stage for their final run.

The play is described as a farcical comedy and follows the story of a family who has a robbery and then tries to claim the insurance payment.

There are so many twists and turns in the plot line that the countless intrigues and misunderstandings have to be seen to be believed. And it all happens in just one act.

The members of the Criterion Theatre will perform the play tonight, tomorrow and Saturday at the Criterion Theatre in Oliver Street, Grafton.

Recent performances have been described as fun, entertaining and a great night out by audience members.

Tickets cost $20 per head and audience members are encouraged to bring along their own nibbles and drinks to enjoy along with the show, with a small supper to be served at intermission.

Tickets are available at Buckley’s Music in Prince Street, Grafton, at the door or through Rhonda on 6642 3310.



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