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Hunter and Jeff are two nobodies in [title of show]

PUNCH LINE: Courtney Murrin (left) and Miriam Slattery clash as they perform Ipswich Musical Theatre Company’s latest production, [title of show].
PUNCH LINE: Courtney Murrin (left) and Miriam Slattery clash as they perform Ipswich Musical Theatre Company’s latest production, [title of show]. Rob Williams

A WORD of warning about Ipswich Musical Theatre Company's latest show - it's not suitable for children, or adults who are easily offended by partial nudity and frequent coarse language.

Put simply, it's a show about two nobodies named Hunter and Jeff who decide to write a musical starring themselves. Directed by Jan Paterson, this production is intriguingly called [title of show].

Performance dates are February 8, 9, 15 and 16 at the Old Ipswich Courthouse (corner of Roderick and East Sts) starting at 7.30pm.

Book on the company's website or phone Pat on 0419 665 049.

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