THE Argyle Society will be performing their ‘last hurrah’, Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘Trial by Jury’ on April 15 and 16 at the Goulburn Workers Club.
This will then pave the way for the newly formed Rocky Hill Musical Theatre Company (RHMTC) to start in earnest.
Director Kate Robinson told the Post that the reason why they chose Trial by Jury as their last hurrah was because it is an easy production with a minimum amount of fuss.
“It will be great to get some of the ‘old crew’ back again from the Argyle Society to perform this,” she said.
“And it will also be the last chance to see a show with limited sets and lighting, as our equipment was lost when we lost our Kenmore home a few years ago.”
There will be three performances over two days in April, with the first performance from 7:30pm on Friday, April 15 in the Goulburn Workers Club Auditorium, a matinee performance from 2pm and the ‘gala performance’, featuring well known local musician and composer Paul Paviour from 7:30pm on Saturday April 16.
“Doors open 30 mins prior to each show, with finger food and an open bar available,” Ms Robinson said.
Tickets are $15 and will be available to purchase at the door.