No Sex Please—We’re British

Performances

No Sex Please—We’re British will be performed at the Richmond School of Arts. The show will be presented in our traditional end-of-year format as a Theatre Restaurant at tables of 10.

2 pm and 6.30 pm | Saturday 10 November, 17 November, 24 November

Matinee: $25 for adults, free for members (to claim your member ticket, see below), $20 each for groups of 10+.

Dinner: $45 for adults (there are no concessions available for the dinner shows), $35 for members.

Dinner includes a 2-course meal. Please email the Secretary at secretary@richmondplayers.com.au if you have special dietary requirements.
Afternoon tea includes finger food, coffee and tea.
All shows are BYO nibbles and drink/alcohol.

ATTENTION MEMBERS!

We are not using discount codes for this show. To purchase your member ticket, please email the Secretary at secretary@richmondplayers.com.au, and someone will call you to book your tickets.

To enable us to process your booking faster, please include the following information in your email:

  • Full name
  • Phone number
  • Best time for us to contact you
  • Date and time of the performance/s you want to attend
  • Number of tickets you want to purchase (both member and non-member tickets)
  • Preferred table number (if you want to sit with friends at a particular table).

We will process bookings as soon as we can, and in the order they are received. 

Cast

FRANCES HUNTER | Heloise Tolar
PETER HUNTER | Joel Baltaks
BRIAN RUNNICLES | Mark Massingham
ELEANOR HUNTER | Penny Johnson
MR BROMHEAD | John Courtney
MR NEEDHAM | Michael Niccol
SUPERINTENDENT PAUL | Sean Duff
SUSAN | Chantelle Bauer
BARBARA | Suzannah Mangan
DELIVERY MAN AND ‘VOICES’ | Kurtis Dodds

Synopsis

This play is a farce set in London in the 1970s. It involves an order for a pyramid selling scheme that turns out to be very different than expected – and the whole mistake escalates from there. It involves lots of packages, many doors, various people appearing and disappearing through them, a faulty kitchen hatch and the arrival of two very unexpected young ladies.

Australia's oldest dramatic society operating continuously from the same premises.