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Friends Flicks: Frantz Thursday 17th Spetember 2020 – 6:15pm (France/Germany, PG, 113mins, in French/German with English Subtitles) Film passes from $30 Friends of The Crossing Theatre hosts an art-house film on the third Thursday of every month! Join them at 6:15pm for nibbles before the movie. Frantz Synopsis: In the aftermath of WWI, a bereft German woman grieves the death of her Fiancé killed in the trenches. The arrival of a mysterious Frenchman, who visits her fiancés grave to lay down flowers, leads to the two becoming close as she learns about his deep friendship with her departed Fiancé Frantz.
Friends Flicks: The Nightingale Thursday 20th August 2020 – 6:15pm (Australia, MA15+, 136mins, in English) Film passes from $30 Friends of The Crossing Theatre hosts an art-house film on the third Thursday of every month! Join them at 6:15pm for nibbles before the movie. The Nightingale Synopsis: Set in 1825, Clare, a young Irish convict, chases a British officer through the Tasmanian wilderness, bent on revenge for a terrible act of violence he committed against her family, She enlists the service of Billy, an Aboriginal tracker, who is also marked by violence
Friends Flicks: Ex Machina Thursday 15th October 2020 – 6:15pm (USA, MA15+, 108mins, in English) Film passes from $30 Friends of The Crossing Theatre hosts an art-house film on the third Thursday of every month! Join them at 6:15pm for nibbles before the movie. Ex Machina Synopsis: A young programmer wins a competition to visit the home of the company’s CEO. When he arrives at the remote location, he will have to participate in a ground-breaking experiment in synthetic intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of a highly advanced humanoid A.I named Av
Salt House Creative presents “Henry V” Sunday 19th April 2020 – 3pm Tickets from $27.50 A ridiculous interpretation of one of Shakespeare’s most epic history plays. 4 actors take to the stage, and in the space of 90 minutes present a tale consisting of 19 characters, 5 nations, and 2 epic battles. This is a fast paced, engaging, and witty retelling of the battle at Agincourt. Real swords, fake blood, 3 talented actors and a bald guy irreverently portray (defame) amazing historical legends. This is your chance to attend wild, messy, and hilarious Shakespeare. Salt House Creative proudly presents this unique version of a timeless tale. The award winning team have combined their expertise in Shakespeare, improvisation, physical theatre, and comedy to create a wonderful experience through this entertaining production.