Directed by Fred Petersen
Performance Dates: November 22, 23, 28, 29 & 30 & December 6, 7, 12, 13 & 14 at 8pm and November 24 & December 8 at 2pm.
Doors & licensed bar open 30 minutes prior to curtain.
Tickets: Adult $18, Concession $16, Members/Children $14.
Bookings: Elaine Gilberthorpe (08) 9378 1990 or email@example.com
“Pardon Me, Prime Minister” is a farce in its truest form but with the action taking place in an office at Ten Downing Street the situation can only prove to be more bizarre… or can it?
The Prime Minister and the Chancellor are preparing a severely puritanical Budget, taxing Gambling, Night Clubs and even Bingo Halls out of existence. On the eventful afternoon before its presentation however, shocks are in store for the both of them.
The fact that a total stranger is intent on removing most of her clothes in the PM’s office and that her dress ends up on his wife, who is determined to extract as much blood as possible from anybody she meets, is bad enough, but when two other ladies appear in a somewhat less than fully clothed state and declarations are made that question the PM’s suitability at such a delicate time, well then the ensuing mass needs to be handled with tact and diplomacy, who better than the Prime ministers ever attentive Personal Private Secretary.
Unfortunately he has a personal private crisis of his own.
Directed by Fred Petersen and starring,
The Rt Hon George Venables MP Alan Morris
Rodney Campbell P.P.s Steve Maloney
The Rt. Hon, Hector Crammond M.P Ron Arthurs
Miss Frobisher Amber Moore
Sybil Venables Vickie Billingham
Shirley Springer Carly Ranger
Jane Rotherbrook Jennifer Bowman
Dora Springer Marsha Holt
A Man Ben Anderson