THEATRE: The cast of Night Letters by Riding Hoods Entertainment.
THEATRE: The cast of Night Letters by Riding Hoods Entertainment. Contriibuted

Night Letters is first up on stage

PARK Lane Theatre at Lennox Community Centre is hosting its first theatre production, Night Letters, this month.

Written by Susan Rogers and Chris Drummond, the play tells the story of an Australian man, recently diagnosed with an incurable disease, who leaves his home, his lover and their life, and travels through Europe in search of answers to unanswerable questions.

On his journey he encounters extraordinary people who share with him extraordinary tales.

Director Nicole Sullivan said that as the man reaches Venice, he writes a letter home to his lover in Australia, every night for 20 nights.

"Night Letters is a play which soars across time and space taking the audience on an intense personal and global journey," Sullivan said.

Directed and produced by Sullivan, Night Letters will raise funds for Heartfelt Homes.

For details visit communityspaces.com.au.

From Friday, August 26, to Sunday, August 28. Tickets are $30 /$25


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