Behind the Scenes

Date(s) - 24/07/2018
2:00 pm


Bay Theatre Players Inc are delighted to offer U3A members a unique opportunity to see behind the scenes, meet and speak with the cast and crew of our mid-year production of ‘Talking Heads’
If you have ever wondered how a production is brought to life and what happens to create the show you enjoy from the auditorium, this is your chance.

Written by acclaimed British playwright Alan Bennett, the ‘Talking Heads’ series of one-act plays were first produced for BBC TV in the 1980s. Amusing and witty, with a touch of pathos, the four monologues chosen by director Jenny Kohlhagen for inclusion in our July 2018 production give us an insight into the mindset of four very different women.

U3A members are invited to attend the 2:00pm Tuesday 24 July 2018 matinee performance. After this performance, attending members will be invited to take a tour of the back-stage areas of the theatre complex and enjoy a Q&A session with the cast and crew of the play.

Members who wish to attend should enrol online for Talking Heads Theatre Performance before going to the website below to purchase tickets.
The cost is $17.30 per person.
PLEASE NOTE that as this is a special event for U3A members this link to the booking site is only available to U3A members. Online tickets are available now until 22 June.

How to book:
Copy and paste this link into a web browser:
1. Follow the steps to purchase your tickets.
2. As this is a special event ONLY one performance will be available to you
3. You will be asked to enter your name, address, phone number, email address (so the ticket can be emailed to you) and your credit card details.

Tickets will be available in person on Saturday 16 June from 10am to 12noon.

Tickets not bought by U3A members prior to 23 June for the “Behind the Scenes” will be sold to the  general public from 23 June but not include a “behind the scenes” only the actual matinee performance of Talking Heads

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact the coordinator of the event:
Anne Rich at