This weird and wonderful family comes to life in this magnificently macabre new musical comedy from the authors of ‘The Jersey Boys’. The show features an original story that is every father’s nightmare. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet and smart someone from a respectable family; someone her parents have never met.
And if that wasn’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her Father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now Gomez Addams must do something that he’s never done before, keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. On the fateful night that the family host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ friend and their parents everything will change.
Group and Family Prices Available!!Book Now at the Regent Theatre Greymouth
Get your tickets now call the Union Hotel on 03 768 4013 don't be late limited seats available
Dinner and two shows? yes you read correctly we are putting on an evening with two hilarious short one act plays written by Wendy Steeds.
These two plays are sure to keep you entertained while you relax and enjoy your meal! remember be quick or you may miss out as the last time we performed here we sold out within the first week!!
Coming Soon!! to Greymouth Operatic in November
A hilarious comedy by Wendy Steeds. This play follows the misfortunes of Brad (a confident yet lonely, self confessed player)
who is looking for love when his world is turned upside down by his (less than competent, rule stretching, mischievous) guardian
angel. Will brad escape the clutches of a three-wheeler riding smelly bag lady? Will his angel be in trouble with the big guy?
Or will she have her feathers plucked by her peers?
Warning Offensive Language Should Offend
Its Only One Day (Christmas Day)
By Wendy Steeds A hilarious farce highlighting what happens when a very dysfunctional family get together once a year to celebrate Christmas.
This short play highlights just how different siblings can be particularly when brought up by their off the wall, no holds barred, politically incorrect Mother.