What's ON 2017
Love Me Slender
Love Me Slender
Dates: 21/4/17 to 13/5/17 (Wed, Fri & Sat)
Doors open: 7:30pm
Cost: Adult $20.00 - Concession $17.00 (Wed Fri Sat)
Venue: KADS Theatre - Barber Street, Kalamunda
Wheelchair access is limited due to the small size of the theatre.
We recommend that all patrons with special requirements arrive early to inform staff or their needs.
Latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance.
Mobile telephones and electronic devices are to be turned off during the performance.
The theatre is located in the centre of Kalamunda, between the Centro Shopping Centre and the Post Office.
Ample parking is available off Barber Street.Map & Transport
Tea and coffee, light refreshments and a selection of alcoholic beverages can be purchased from the bar.
Fish & Chips is also provided at intermission (included in your ticket price) when you attend a Saturday night performance.
Snakes and Ladders10/02/17 to 4/03/17 MORE
Playing Games is a Dangerous Occupation!
Families are difficult. Retired sisters, Charlie and Emily, are having a quiet Sunday evening at home reading the latest ‘Aga saga’ and tussling with the cryptic crossword. Suddenly Charlie’s daughter Beth arrives. She’s left her husband and comes home to Mum for support. Her unexpected arrival and need for comfort triggers quite a bit of soul searching for the family.
Beth’s need to dig around in the past, remembering happier times, also brings out some things that should, perhaps, have best been forgotten. A cosy night spent playing a seemingly innocent game of Snakes and Ladders, with a glass or two of wine, reveals a tension between the siblings..
..written by Tony Moore, directed by Christine Ellis
Love Me Slender21/04/17 to 13/05/17 MORE
Remember girls - not slim for today. Not slim for tomorrow. But slim for life! With these words, Siobhan, the achiever of the Year inspires her hopeful new recruits in the Slim for Life dieting club. Siobhan has lost seven stone, found a new self, a fulfilling job and a wonderful husband. Armed with these she encourages others to achieve the same through a combination of diet and personal philosophy. Five stages - commitment, discipline, sacrifice, realisation and salvation - for the key to a new life.
Can Jean, Claudette, Rosie and the rest win the fight with flab? The determination to succeed comes with a price and one not everyone is willing to pay. When the temptation rises and the motivation begins to wane, the edges begin to unravel in the face of Siobhan's autocratic rule. Just how much is the price worth paying? A satisfyingly humane and perceptive play that memorably nails one of the great issues of our times [Daily Telegraph].
..written by Vanessa Brooks directed by Anita Bound
A Ghostly Season (2 Short Plays)25/06/17 to 22/07/17 FULL SIZE POSTER
Portrait of My Love
Jean Simpson ( Turner ) and her mother and stepbrother have returned to the UK from AUSTRALIA after the death of Philip Turner, Jean's Mother's first husband. Philip has left the house and contents to Jean, including a mysterious Portrait to which Jean is drawn. Their arrival heralds an unimaginable turn of events. A must see for all those enthusiasts who are drawn to the supernatural.
..written by John H Lewington. Directed by Anita Bound.Haunting Julia
Julia Lukin, a nineteen-year-old gifted musician who committed suicide twelve years earlier. Joe Lukin, Julia's father, believes there are many unanswered questions concerning her death. Ken Chase, a psychic, offers to help Joe resolve his questions over Julia’s suicide. They are joined by Andy Rollinson, her former boyfriend, in Julia’s old room. Can Ken find some answers or should the past remain undisturbed?
..written by Alan Ayckbourn. Directed by Alexis Marr.
One Act Season25/08/17 to 02/09/17 FULL SIZE POSTER
SPECIAL EVENT - Watch 3 acts in one night.
One Act Season, Special Event
KSHS students “Showcase 2017”08/09/17 to 9/09/17 FULL SIZE POSTER
At KADS Theatre for one weekend only
Senior Drama students from Kalamunda SHS will be performing some key scenes and duologues from the set texts, along with some entertaining scripted monologues.
The Year 12s will also be performing their Original Solo Productions, as preparation for their upcoming WACE Performance exam. These pieces are conceived and written by the students on a topic of interest to them using any style of theatre they choose. What evolves is a unique, eclectic and entertaining evening of performances not to be missed.
Kalamunda Senior High School
The Memory of Water12/11/17 to 04/12/17 FULL SIZE POSTER
Synopsis Coming Soon.
..written by Shelagh Stephenson, directed by David Gardette
Tickets can be purchased from The Lucky Charm Newsagency, Shop 26 Kalamunda Centro, 39 Railway Road, Kalamunda one month before opening night.
Lucky Charm Newsagency opening hours: Mon - Fri 8:30am to 5:30pm, Thurs 8:30am to 7:30pm, Sat 8:30am to 5:00pm, Closed Sunday. Telephone: 9257 2668
Credit Card facilities available (Mastercard and Visa only) or you can collect tickets within 5 days of phone booking.
KADS Theatre Seating
|Saturday (Please Note: We no longer provide Fish & Chips on Saturday evenings)||
|Sunday Matinees||Please call Terry on 9293 4746 or Dee on 9257 3386|
|Group Bookings||Please call Linda Murray on 0448 779 891|
Evening Show Times: Doors open at 7.30pm, shows start 8.00pm
Sunday Matinee: Doors open at 1.30pm, shows start 2.00pm
Bar facilities are available at the KADS Theatre. Tea / Coffee and light refreshments are also available to purchase.