Archive for the ‘North West Theatre Company’ Category

The Merger
We can finally show the funny and thoughtful Australian film, The Merger directed by actor and comedian Damian Callinan. This movie was scheduled for March last year but we all know what happened to that. Some of you may have seen Damian Callinan as he did a comedy tour...
NWTC Film Club presents “The Merger”
Bodgy Creek is a struggling town. The drought won’t let up, jobs are scarce after the local mill was shut down, and the footy team looks like it will have to merge with another club or fold. The biggest cultural event of the year is presumably the meat raffle. What...
NWTC Film Club February film
The North West Theatre Company’s Film Club offers its next viewing of David Lean’s classic film “Ryan’s Daughter” at the Roxy Theatre, Bingara at 4pm on Sunday February 28. Ryan's Daughter is a 1970 British epic romantic drama film.  The film, set in August 1917–January 1918, tells the story of a married Irish woman...
New leadership at the NW Theatre Company to take them into 2021
At the Annual General Meeting of the North West Theatre Company (NWTC) held last week, the outgoing President, Rick Hutton gave his report on what was a very disruptive and relatively quiet year for the company. “We started the year full of hope and expectation. With just a short preparation...
Lions prepare Roxy meals
Whilst the show went on without a hitch, behind the scenes of the North West Theatre Company’s latest production, the Bingara Lions Club were busily working together to ensure a memorable meal. Lions volunteers prepared around 200 meals over the last two weeks to accompany the NWTC’s ‘Shadows’ performances, delivering...
Shadows opens at the Roxy
“It’s a special moment for the cast of a play, when you hear a gasp from the audience as they realise the special twist in the story and all is revealed,” said Rick Hutton. Rick is the Director of the North West Theatre company production of ‘Shadows’ The cast can...
‘Shadows’ cast a Sleeping Beauty moment at the Roxy!
After a long winter’s sleep, the North West Theatre Company is set to awaken the beautiful Roxy with another very moving live theatre production.  The play is ‘Shadows’ by Josephine Carter and it has a cast of seven.  You can enjoy the play with friends and family and then...
What’s so special about “Shadows” at the Roxy?
It has been a long time since ‘live’ theatre has been seen at the Roxy in Bingara. In fact, ‘live’ shows have suffered more than most recreation activities across the Australian arts landscape, and around the world. To be fully effective, ‘live’ shows require an audience, and to have...
The North West Theatre Company presents “Shadows”.
Wow! Live theatre returns to The Roxy! This November marks the North West Theatre Company’s new production of Josephine Carter’s play “Shadows”, and the event will be a feast of wonderful food and theatrical talent. Bookings are open now for the four shows. Opening night will be Saturday November 14. ‘Shadows’...
Are you ready to go on stage?
The North West Theatre Company is keen to get back into the Roxy Theatre with a one act play plus dinner/lunch in November of this year. The Company has selected the play “Shadows” by Josephine Carter to be directed by Rick Hutton. “Shadows” is a comedy/drama centred on a senior...