It's Priseaux, France, 1250 AD.
The river flooded again last week. The chandler's shop just burned to the ground. The once-glorious local monastery is crumbling from lack of repairs.
Displayed on the altar, the bones of Saint Foy haven't worked a miracle in years and so pilgrims no longer come from afar to see the Saint's relics, pray, seek cures, or to fill monastery coffers. Even the Pope shuns the monastery at Priseaux.
The local villagers still come to church, but are as poor as church mice, so there's no salvation there for the destitute, debt-beset monastery.
In short, The Dark Ages still look decidedly dim.
But when a larcenous one-eyed minstrel teaches the monks a riotously risky and irreverent way to save the day, there's at last some heavenly light in the darkness...that is, until a rival abbey threatens to hijack everything.

"A lightning-fast farce, rich in verbal and physical humor."- American Theatre.
"A farcical romp, scintillating and irreverent."- Philadelphia Weekly.

Written By  : Michael Hollinger
Directed by : Lesley Reed

Performance Dates - at the Domain Theatre

Thursday 3rd May 2018 to Saturday 5th May 2018 8.00pm
Thursday 10th May 2018 to Saturday 12th May 2018 8.00pm
Matinee (to be confirmed) Sunday 6th May 2018 or Saturday 12th May 2.00pm

Domain Theatre

Domain Theatre Marion Cultural Centre
287 Diagonal Road (Adjacent Westfield Shoppingtown Marion)
Oaklands Park

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