The antidote for poor TV reception

June 1, 2016

Are you among the hundreds of rural residents affected by poor television reception? Or do you find that the quality of programming is on a steady decline, filled with cooking shows, reality TV and other rubbish?

The Roxy Theatre may have the answer to your week night viewing doldrums…..Live Theatre. Having played all over the world including a five year run in the West End, the multi award winning comedy by Marie Jones, Stones in His Pockets is now coming to the Roxy in a new production.

Don’t miss this award winning hilarious and moving tale of a quiet Irish community turned upside down by the arrival of a Hollywood movie shoot. The film’s story of a budding romance between a rich girl and a local farmer is counterpointed against the growing friction that develops between the locals hired as extras on the film and the Hollywood big shots.

Universally loved by all who see it, this new production of Stones in His Pockets will be designed especially to delight audiences on the regional NSW circuit for touring. Directed by Chris Bendall (The Magic Hour), and featuring Scott Sheridan and Grant Cartwright (winner Green Room Award Best Actor in an independent production for Five Kinds of Silence).

‘Stones in His Pocket’ will be playing live at the Roxy on Tuesday 7th June at 7.30pm.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for concessions

BOOK NOW! or through the Bingara Visitor Information Centre on 6724 0066.

“It is refreshing to know that two men and a box can succeed in keeping a theatre audience fully satisfied for two hours.” The Irish Times.