The morally pure Lady Windermere has come of age and is preparing to celebrate her twenty-first birthday with a grand party. Happily married for 2 years with a six-month old son, she is perfectly content and still very much in love with her husband until The Duchess of Berwick convinces her of that her husband has been unfaithful.
Plunge is innovative theatre at its best presented at The Gold Coast Aquatic Centre, soon to be centre pieced for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The story takes us on a journey of the lives of elite aquatic athletes and the incredible sacrifices they make to represent their country in the Olympic and Commonwealth Games. Although we follow the story of three athletes at various stages of their careers, there were multiple voice-overs of athletes sharing their experience. It gave an exceptional insight into the hard work and dedication behind their journey to compete for a place in the Olympics and the ultimate prize of a gold medal.
Matt Hollywood is an extraordinary entertainer, comedian and master illusionist. If you’re looking for a drug-free night where you’ll still be tripping, I recommend booking VIP tickets to Matt Hollywood’s Illusions Magic Show, although it’s been rumoured that Matt Hollywood doesn’t really exist. Rumour has it that he’s a figure of the imagination, an illusion that can disappear in the blink of an eye. He sure had me scratching my head when one minute he was on stage and the next he was sitting in the audience after escaping the jaws of death.
The Kingfisher, is a romantic comedy about a long lost love that is reignited after fifty years. Sir Cecil Warburton was a playboy until he met Evelyn Rivers in 1928 and fell instantly in love with her. A brief romantic courtship ensued with Cecil and Evelyn binding their love when they shared their first kiss under a beech tree. The following day Evelyn is discouraged to continue the courtship by an acquaintance who discredits Cecil’s character and intentions. She leaves immediately for London and on the rebound accepts a marriage proposal to a man she’s not in love with but finds amicable.
Fifty years later, when Cecil hears that Evelyn’s husband has passed away, he invites her to his home in the hopes of rekindling their love.