Best known for his role as Bruno in Kingswood Country, Wagga-born actor Lex Marinos is returning home for a one-show only performance of Sunset Strip on Saturday, September 28 at the Civic Theatre.
In the 1950s Lex and his family lived above their Greek café (now home to Scribbles cafe) and he went on to build an impressive career in acting, directing, writing and radio.
Despite now residing in Sydney, Lex is proud of his Wagga heritage and excited to be back to perform on the Civic Theatre stage.
Directed by Anthony Skuse, Sunset Strip is an Australian dramatic comedy about love, dysfunction and making the best of lousy situations.
Marinos plays the role of Ray, who suffers from dementia and is being cared for by his daughter.
Sunset Strip finds humour in tragedy and creates an unlikely path for humanity to triumph.
The show will have you laughing and crying within the space of two fleeting moments.
Saturday, September 28, 7.30pm.
Tickets start from $30.
Book online at www.civictheatre.com.au or contact the Civic Theatre Box Office on 6926 9688.
Thursday, October 3: Leo Sayer, Just A Boy, 8pm.
Grammy award winning, international chart-topping, British music legend Leo Sayer continues wowing audiences worldwide.
Following the sold-out success of his UK tour, Sayer is touring Australia with his all-star Australian band for a select series of concerts featuring all his greatest hits, along with songs from his 2019 release, 'Selfie'.
Tuesday, October 8: Bell Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.
Much Ado About Nothing is a saucy and razor-sharp battle of wits between the bickering Beatrice and Benedick, who wield words as weapons, their banter betraying their love and loathing of each other.
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