Sydney’s Glen Street Theatre announces an impressive 2017 season

Spread across theatre, music, and children’s entertainment, the Belrose based Glen Street Theatre will host talent from across Australia as part of their 2017 season.

Theatre program highlights include Alan Ayckbourn’s Swinging Sixties comedy Relatively Speaking, the critically acclaimed 5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche, and Stones in his Pockets, the tale of a quiet Irish community disrupted by the arrival of a Hollywood film shoot, starring just two actors.

The 2017 Music At The Glen program includes A Romantic Affair and The Hollywood Palace Series, featuring superstar violinist Vov Dylan, a celebration of the blonde bombshell in Big, Blonde, and Beautiful, and John Watson’s Piano Men Tribute Show.

2017 will also see the first Cabaret in the Glen, a season of cabaret bringing the theatre to life next October. Full program details will be released early next year.

“There are many and varied works of different genres that promise to entertain, challenge and emote with our audiences in different ways,” said theatre director Margaret Woodward. “We’re pleased to continue our relationship with Sydney Theatre Company and Ensemble Theatre and include their work in our season, as well presenting a range of other productions that we know will work brilliantly in our space and will appeal to local audiences.”

Subscription packages are available. For more information, and for the full line-up of events, please see the Glen Street Theatre website.


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