Current Production

Clarissa is adept at spinning tales of adventure to brighten up her quiet country life but when she discovers a body in her drawing room, she finds live drama much harder to cope with than she imagined.

Agatha Christie delivers a unique blend of tension and humour in this tangled web of secrets and lies. A classic whodunit that will keep you guessing till the very end… suspense anyone?

June/July 2022 Performances

Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th June, Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd July at 7.00pm

Saturday 2nd July Matinee at 1.30pm

at PIMPAC – Pimlico High School Performing Arts Centre

55-77 Fulham Road, Pimlico
(Car parking, disabled access, air conditioned)

Tickets now available:

Adults: $25
Concessions & Tertiary Students: $20
TLT members & High School Students: $15

Tickets at the door and through

Our Little Theatre

Townsville Little Theatre is a dynamic, local community theatre group that has been operating in the city for 50 years.  Over that period, we have become an integral part of the community, offering not just family entertainment, but a starting point for many young people interested in a career in the arts. We pride ourselves on the professional standard of our work.

As a community theatre group, we have a commitment to encourage our members to become involved at all levels of the theatre.  We like to do the things that challenge us and those around us for the betterment of amateur theatre.  We encourage all our members to become involved either in directing or learning to direct, being a member of the cast of a production, being in the stage crew and/or lighting/sound team, and not to forget the all-important front of house crew.

Objects and Aims of the Townsville Little Theatre:
Our stated aim is to promote live theatre in North Queensland and to provide members with the opportunity for recreation and artistic expression.

How we achieve our Aims
A Full and Varied Programme.  Each year the artistic committee reviews several play scripts and produces a planned programme and invites producers and directors to take up the challenge of putting on the selected plays.

Four Major Productions.  We aim for four major productions each year, together with one or two entries into the North Qld Festival of One-Act Plays and our own Short Season of Short Plays and a Family Play.