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BIG NEWS to hear that the Ipswich Little Theatre’s annual One Act Play Festival is back this year after being cancelled last year due to Covid.
Presented as part of the Southeast Queensland Festival Circuit, which runs from June to September, the Ipswich One Act Play Festival is one of the longest-running festivals, with a 66-year history.
These performances will be held at the Incinerator Theatre, Queens Park, Ipswich this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The One Act Play Festival has talented actors and theatre makers from throughout Southeast Queensland coming together to showcase their work, talent and plays to our Ipswich audience.
The performers and actors are bidding to win prizes in various categories including 10-minute plays, youth, open plays and a monologue category.
There will be approximately 20 plays performed over the two-day festival and the public are invited to attend the performances.
One play that I’m excited to see again is the award-winning Time Flies, played by Sam and Kate Hoepner.
The play takes us on a journey of their short but eventful life whilst David Attenborough, Shane Mallory, narrates the story in a true Attenborough fashion.
This play has won 15 awards state wide this season and is a must see at this festival.
The adjudicator for the One Act Play Festival is award-winning director, playwright, producer and actor,
The weekend marks an excellent opportunity for audiences to be entertained by a variety of theatre groups in an excellent selection of plays, both published and unpublished.
Prices are from $10 per session and food and drinks are available at the licensed theatre bar.
There will be one session on Friday at 7.30pm, three on Saturday at 9am, 1pm and 7.30pm and two on Sunday at 9am and 1pm.
For more information on where you can book tickets, visit Ipswich Little Theatre’s website, or call the Ipswich Visitors Information Centre on 07 3281 0555.