FREE PLAY READINGS OF LOCAL PLAYS


 Uniting Productions stage monthly play readings featuring new plays by local Central Coast authors.

Having their plays presented in front of a live audience not only gives authors a chance to actually hear their written words come to life but also gives them the rare opportunity to receive feedback from the actors and the audience, who are encouraged to comment on the plays and to ask the author and cast members about the characters and the story line.

Readings are FREE and held at the Uniting Church Hall, Donnison Street, Gosford on the 4th Friday of each month.

So come along and support our local talent and stay for supper and a chat after the show.  And if you are an author we would love to consider your plays for a future reading.

For more details email:  Mary – simbasmum@live.com.au
or phone Margaret on 43651343
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Information and image courtesy of UP Publicity
Website   www.unitingprocutions.org.au

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"About the Central Coast" is a FREE monthly ezine, supported by an online blog, that provides readers with a one-stop shop for information and reviews on all their favourite theatre groups, bands and artists on and around the Central Coast. Subscription to the magazine is free; just send an email with SUBSCRIBE in the subject line to about@y7mail.com The magazine is distributed by email on the first Thursday of each month. If you have an event you would like me to promote in the magazine, please send details at least three days prior. Items for the blog may be sent any time.
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