Live theatre will once again fill Billimari Hall, when Cowra's Musical and Dramatic Society brings their production of 'The Butler Did It' to the stage.
'The Butler Did It' is set to show in both Cowra and Billimari, in what director Cassie Bird said will get people laughing as well as thinking "whodunit".
"The Cowra M&D has been involved in productions at Billimari Hall in the past and [we] thought it would be a good opportunity to offer productions at the Billimari hall as there are lots of interested audience members in Billimari and surrounding areas," Ms Bird said.
"The Butler Did It seems like a play that would be suitable to perform at Billimari both in a production way as well as content. However, as a Cowra resident I felt that I would like to have the production in my home town as well and thought that it might also be beneficial to the Cowra residents who aren't able to travel."
Ms Bird said having the production in two venues allows the audience to have more choice.
"By having the production shown in two different venues, it allows for the audience to have more choice. Some people might only be available one weekend and can perhaps travel to the other venue if they're really interested. The Billimari production will include a two course meal which might appeal as the audience can really make the experience a night out," Ms Bird said.
The 'Butler Did It' will run at Cowra Civic Centre on March 28 and 29 at 2pm. Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for concessions.
The Billimari showing will run on April 4 and 5 at 6.30pm for a 7pm meal. The Billimari performances include a two-course dinner.
Ticket prices are $40 for adults, $35 for concession and $30 for group bookings of 25 plus.
For more information, contact Cassie Bird at firstname.lastname@example.org.