Off Broadway to off Ballina

The musical Guys and Dolls hits Ballina soon.
The musical Guys and Dolls hits Ballina soon.

Following the success of SUPA North's first production Love Off The Shelf last year, the theatre company returns to the Ballina RSL Club to present Guys and Dolls.

SUPA North will follow up this production with the Jon English/ Simon Gallaher version of The Pirates of Penzance in September.

Sue and Paul Belsham are two of the key forces behind SUPA North and are well known to Ballina audiences for the productions they have directed for Ballina Players. Notable musicals include Miss Saigon, The Boy from Oz, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and, most recently, Dusty - The Original Pop Diva.

Guys and Dolls has high-energy song and dance numbers performed by many of Ballina's best known theatre performers including local singer and performer Dean Doyle, Liz Legge, Helen Jarvis and Brian Pamphilon.

Guys and Dolls is on Friday and Saturday, March 2 and 3, then Wednesday to Saturday, March 7 to 10. These shows all start at 8pm. There'll also be matinees on Sunday, March 4, and Saturday, March 10, at 2pm.

Tickets are $25/22 and can be booked at or by phoning 6686 2544.

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