Claire Adamik, Dani Bell and Anna Hanlon in fine voice for GTA’s The Pirate Prince, which the audience is encouraged to join in the fun.
Claire Adamik, Dani Bell and Anna Hanlon in fine voice for GTA’s The Pirate Prince, which the audience is encouraged to join in the fun. Jenny Dyer

Fun ahoy at The Pirate Prince

GYMPIE Theatre Association's new production, The Pirate Prince, opens on Thursday, May 23 at the Phoenix Hotel with a stellar line-up of local talent.

Directed by Pam Norman and produced by Yoli Heilbronn, patrons will enjoy three acts of non-stop pirate antics accompanied by three courses of fabulous Phoenix food. Plus, the fun of being part of the show because audience members are invited to join in the fun with prizes awarded to the best dressed pirate or islander during each performance.

Tickets are still available for most shows.

The Pirate Prince runs for three weekends, Fridays and Saturdays until Saturday, June 8.

Book your tickets through the Phoenix Hotel, either over the counter or by phoning 5482 1263.

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