Thursday, August 24, 2023


Mackay and Whitsunday Life


Perfect Wedding is the most globally performed comedy by British playwright Robin Hawdon, and it’s easy to see why. The play opens with the groom waking up on his wedding day beside a woman who is not his bride. Then we embark on a twisting turning tale with misunderstandings, mistaken identity and a very prominent toilet brush.

And it’s all coming to Kucom Theatre in July, for two weeks only, as part of the Mackay Festival of Arts Fringe program.

Here’s a personal invitation from the Director, Kathryn Evans. How can you refuse?

“You are cordially invited to the wedding day of Bill and Rachel.

“‘Perfect Wedding’ by Robin Hawdon is the Festival Fringe offering from Kucom Theatre. We all dream of having the Perfect Wedding and this one is a door slamming, laugh-a-minute farce.

“Starring some well-known faces and featuring some exciting new ones, this promises to be a night of fun and frivolity.”

Regular Kucom theatre goers will recognise some familiar faces from recent productions - Zachary Trounson (The Vicar of Dibley, When the Rain Stops Falling), Carolyn Roche (The Foreigner), Kristyn Everett (Five Women Wearing the Same Dress) – and give a warm welcome to newcomers Asta Ryan, Lani Seaton, and Michael Brennan.

What: Perfect Wedding

When: Thursday 6th, Friday 7th, Saturday 18th, Thursday 13th, Friday 14th, Saturday 15th July.

Where: Kucom Theatre, 1 Snow Wright Court, Andergrove.


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