FRIENDS OF THEATRE NORTHSorry you missed this event…
No filming or photography permitted.
This event operates in a Covid-safe environment.
Tea, coffee and a light morning tea provided.
A minute's silence will be observed at 11am sharp.
A conversation with theatre stalwart, Bill Carney.
Moving to Launceston in 2000, Bill is nearly a local.
With decades of experience on screen, on stage and in life, Bill will share some of his story, taking in his time treading the boards in Sydney to his move to Tasmania.
His CV is extensive - from Old Time Music Hall, to pub vocalist, to work for the Launceston Players and Launceston Musical Society. And let's not forget about the ghost tour work and his stint as "Lonnie Loot"!
The Friends of Theatre North look forward to you joining them for an enlightening and intriguing Conversation!
Please note this Conversation will be held back home in the Princess Theatre Upstairs Foyer.
Due to contact tracing requirements, bookings are essential.
*Friends of Theatre North who wish to arrange their complimentary ticket should contact the Box Office directly - 6331 0052 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This event adheres to all current public health mandates, including physically distanced table seating. The Princess Theatre and Earl Arts Centres are "face-mask friendly" venues.
Light morning tea provided.