BILL MASSEY'S TOURISTS
Jan Bolwell’s 60 minute solo play, Bill Massey’s Tourists has left audiences laughing and weeping up and down the country. Bolwell plays her adolescent self trying to get her grandfather Arthur to talk about the First World War. After much pestering he succumbs.
What follows is a gripping, painful and sometimes hilarious tale of a young Kiwi soldier from the Otago Mounted Rifles (one of Bill Massey’s Tourists) and his survival from the tragedy of Passchendaele. It is a story that also features song and dance.
Written & performed by Jan Bolwell
Directed by Kerryn Palmer
Technician: Neal Barber
NOTE: These times differ to the printed programme!!!
Friday 12th October 7:30pm
Saturday 13th October 8pm
$20 Full, $15 Concession
Duration: 60 mins