War Games 2014

Written and directed by Ken Cotterill

       Tickets on sale now at Tableland Books – Atherton and our web site

Also available in English Street Malanda at our temporary ticket outlet from 9am to 11am on Saturdays 22nd and 29th November and 6th December.

Tickets may be available at the door before all War Games shows unless sold out.

Tickets Prices
$15 Opening Night
$15 groups of 10+ for any show
$17 all other shows
per person

    Show Dates
Friday   28th November 7.30pm             Saturday 29th November 7.30pm
Sunday   30th November 4.00pm           Friday    5th December 7.30pm
Saturday  6th December 7.30pm           Sunday    7th December 4.00pm

Malanda Hotel Motel are offering 10% off Dinner before the Friday and Saturday shows, and 10% off Lunch or Dinner on the Sundays. Dinner is at 6pm, and Lunch is 10am-2pm.
Bookings Essential – 4096 5101. Quote War Games and present your ticket at the Hotel upon arrival.

Malanda RSL are offering a Complimentary Drink with your meal.  Book for 6pm and show your ticket! Phone 4096 6399.

War Games is a comedy/drama about an 18 year old schoolboy, Josh Walker, his relationship with his mates and the fascination his female history teacher has for him. Josh comes from a broken home, however he is a bright student and obsessed with playing laser tag, a war game that he plays every weekend with his best mate Todd.
Josh also has a girlfriend in Jena who is addicted to her mobile phone and pop music. Jena is also paranoid that fellow schoolgirl Amy Morgan is trying to steal Josh from her. However, it is Josh’s history teacher, the vivacious 23 year old Helen Russell, who has a more than a keen interest in Josh.
The play War Games unfolds rapidly as we follow Josh’s story in fast moving scenes that take the audience from battlefield to bedroom, from schoolyard to street in a madcap snap shot of a life at the end of schooldays and at the cusp of adulthood.Please note:

The play contains low-level course language.

Jacqui Morrison, Zena Nicholson, Jake Skukan, Tom O’Connor and Damien Cavanagh.


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