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 I attempted to take the week off, but managed a half day sleep-in on Thursday, and have been back at it since. Last night we got a treat to the theatre ~ No Names, No Pack Drill had me in stitches for 2+ hour long play. Despite it being put on by good friends (some faces you might recognise from tv), my bias opinion was superseded and I would happily watch it over and over
Wearing H&M Knit / Cashmere Scarf / NEUW Jeans / Mollini shoes (from the wkend wedding!)
Inspiration on the toilet wall
Paul Henri (Far right) and his co stars

A play by Bob Herbert
Directed by Mark Wilson


Between the last minute marriages, the waves goodbye,
the ships and the docks and the wounded and the dead,
Kathy and Rebel, a young Marine, have only just met.

Her apartment becomes his hideout and as the war
heats up, the world closes in on them.

Performed by Ngaire Dawn Fair,
Paul Henri, James Stanistreet,
Heidi Valkenburg, Dan Walls,
Francesca Waters, Kevin Summers,
Jack Angwin and Nick Darling.

Preview: June 7th @ 8pm
Season: June 8th to 24th
Wednesdays to Saturdays: 8pm
Saturday Matinees: 4pm
Sundays: 6pm

$15-$25 ($20 for booking of five or more)


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