RICHMOND Players is the last community group in Australia allowed to perform The Mousetrap because the rights to perform it have now been withdrawn.
The Mousetrap is famed for the restrictions its rights-holders put on English-language performances.
Three local residents have roles in this production.
James McLanders, of Winmalee, plays the part of Christopher Wren, Emma Taite, of Castlereagh, Miss Casewell, and Neil McKenzie, of Winmalee, Major Metcalf.
The Mousetrap will be presented in May.
Rehearsals have started and tickets are now on sale.
Details: Margaret Terry, 0488 298 593 or 4579 6053.
Bring your tot to Lewers Gallery for a child-sized adventure for preschoolers to be creative while they are learning.
Explore The Bird exhibition in Lewers Learning Centre, then head to the studio to make a feathered friend.
This is a regular program for children to work with their carers while they are learning about art.
Help them discover the building blocks of art through sound, images, storytelling and interactive activities.
Children will explore the exhibitions with a gallery educator, followed by hands-on fun in the studio.
All materials are supplied. Adults don't pay, but must stay.
Bookings are essential: 4735 1100.
Details: March 22, 10am-11am, 1pm-2pm. Ages 3-5, $10 per child.