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Secret Bridesmaids Business

It is the very eve of Meg’s wedding – her mother is fussing over every detail and her best friends are doing little to help. The wedding is the gala event that Meg has dreamed of since she was a girl and one that has taken far too long to come true. But, anything that can go wrong does until the veil is lifted on an unhappy secret, and Meg’s dream is rocked by a revelation she doesn’t want to be true.

Director Mike Russo has chosen this hugely successful Australian play to feature his acting workshop students and promises an enjoyable night at the theatre.

Secret Bridesmaid’s Business also features a cast of experienced actors including Veronica Lovejoy and Leah Van Ewijk.

Secret Bridesmaid’s Business plays on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7.30pm and Sundays at 5pm from 30 May to 9 June. Tickets are $20 and $15 – book online at drillhalltheatre.org.au.

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