ACTION: The Rotary Opening Night is on tonight.
ACTION: The Rotary Opening Night is on tonight.

Take two for Rotary Opening Night

SECRET Bridesmaids' Business currently showing at the Criterion Theatre is proving to be a secret success with audiences laughing and jeering throughout the performances and providing positive reviews.

Despite the Rotary Opening Night being cancelled, Grafton Midday Rotary and the Criterion Theatre are keen to give audiences more of what they want. So the Rotary Opening Night has been rescheduled to tonight.

As with every Rotary night at the Criterion, not only will the audience be in for a great show, but there will be a charity auction with guest auctioneer Angus McKimm from McKimms Real Estate and Louis from Grafton Fast Photos will be on hand so audience members can have their photo taken with their favourite cast members. There will also be a prize for best dressed on the night.

While ticket sales for the night have been strong, members of the public are still able to buy tickets for the night at I Scream. By supporting the Midday Rotary Opening Night performance, people are supporting the Criterion Theatre to continue providing great shows each season and Midday Rotary programs that benefit members of our local community.

Next Criterion production

Auditions for ALL SHOOK UP, a 50s rock and roll musical featuring Elvis Presley music

Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 August at 6pm.

If possible prepare an Elvis Presley song for auditions.

Auditions held at the theatre 149 Oliver Street, Grafton.

Inquires Glenys 0408 465 141.

 



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