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Audiences kept in stitches

GIRLS’ NIGHT: Enjoying a night out are (from left) Tracie Batzloff, Karen Newton and Carol Campbell.
GIRLS’ NIGHT: Enjoying a night out are (from left) Tracie Batzloff, Karen Newton and Carol Campbell.

THE Funnybone Theatre's production of Pirates of the Curry Been has had audiences in stitches over two busy weekends.

Written, directed and performed by comedy theatre veterans Tonie Prasser and Ruby Slipperz, the show is full of crazy antics, brilliant one-liners and pirate songs.

"The story is about two men searching for treasure - and their adventures in between," Mr Prasser said.

Pirates of the Curry Been also stars John Schneider, Shireen Prasser, Cheryl Hamilton and Sally Andreatta with two very talented recruits Dave Greensmith and Tania Scherf.

Topics:  comedy, spotted




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