At the bar...

Jane Clifton is a barmaid whose employment is under threat in NORPAs latest presentation Barmaids.

The barmaid is the woman who gives you beer, listens to your stories and is the (mostly) unattainable woman of your alcohol-fuelled dreams. Barmaids is the story of two such sirens of the schooners (Jane Clifton and Carmelina Di Guglielmo) who face an uncertain future as a new breed of topless, karaoke-singing barmaids move onto their traditional turf.

Barmaids is on at the Star Court Theatre in Lismore on November 16 at 8pm. Tickets are $25/20 through NORPA on 6622 0300.

Tickets are also being sold through the Lismore and District Womens Health Centre for $25 (which includes light supper and a complimentary glass of sparkling wine) with $5 from each ticket sold going to this very worthwhile Centre. Phone 6621 9800 or drop in at the Centre at 25 Uralba Street, Lismore.

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