The Weekend Sun Competition



Golf – a game so annoying it was invented by God to punish people who retire early.


Ralph, Archie and George have been golf buddies for donkey's years and now they're retired, are spending more time than ever on the golf course and in the 19th hole.


Their long suffering 'golf widows' have had enough. The girls want to enjoy their golden years and put some spice back into their lives.


Can these old timers get their marriages out of the bunker? Who will win the battle of the sexes? Will the game drive a wedge between them? Is there sex after sixty five?


Find out at the 16th Avenue Theatre from November 26 to December 11.


Swingers is an adult comedy sure to give audiences a night not easily forgotten.


The New Zealand play was written by award winning, singer, actor, writer, performer and film maker April Phillips from Wellington.


This is the fifth play written by April that Vice President and Director Merv Beets has directed at 16th Ave Theatre.


“It is a lot of fun – and definitely an adult company,” says Merv.


“It will be a barrel of laughs and a little bit risqué.


“We have a fabulous cast and crew and wouldn’t be able to do it without them. Everyone works extremely well together.”


Due to Covid-19 restrictions there will be limited numbers available in the theatre so get in quick as this is 16th Avenue Theatre’s last production of 2021.


The Weekend Sun has double passes to give away to five lucky readers.




Competition Results

Congratulations to our winners: Jan Coughey, Bruce Driver, Jan Casey, Kim Taylor & Mary Brockett!