Libby Munro stars in the single shot film titled EIGHT.
Libby Munro stars in the single shot film titled EIGHT. Jaap Buitendijk

Actress Libby Munro stars in landmark Aussie film

EVENT Cinemas Noosa will hold a special screening of Eight on Monday, November 7, at 6.30pm.

Directed by Peter Blackburn, Eight stars Queenslander Libby Munro (Disgraced, Grounded, Venus In Fur).

The film centres on Sarah Prentice, who has lived in her house for the past two years and her fear of going outside has crippled her ability to interact with the outside world.

She struggles through the everyday processes of life as she has an uncontrollable Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Her life is focused on the simple process of getting ready for work.

For the everyday person, it's as simple as getting up and getting dressed but for Sarah, it's a marathon of emotions.

This is a landmark Australian work, filmed in one continuous shot and featuring Australia's next big export.

General admission is $20.

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Jesus Christ Superstar

THE final performance of Jesus Christ Superstar at The Events Centre, Caloundra, is tomorrow night.

The production stars ARIA award winner and The X Factor Season 2 winner Altiyan Childs as Jesus and The Voice grand finalist Frank Lakoudis as Judas.

This modern interpretation of the legendary rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice will share with audiences a thrilling look into the final week of Jesus's life.

With direction by Thomas Armstrong-Robley, musical direction by Lucas D Lynch and choreography by Maureen Bowra, the rock opera is set to a score containing hits such as Heaven On Their Minds, I Don't Know How To Love Him, Gethsemane and Superstar.

The talented cast of 30 from across Australia will be accompanied by an 11-piece band. Book at

Hating Alison Ashley

THE Lind presents Robin Klein's classic tween comedy, Hating Alison Ashley, adapted for the stage by Richard Tulloch.

Directed by Judith Boyd, Hating Alison Ashley is a warm-hearted, funny look at the life of Erica Yurken: a young hypochondriac who believes she is destined for a brilliant stage career.

When the beautiful, rich and clever Alison Ashley starts at Baringa East, Erika plans to show her up at the Year 6 annual school camp drama night with hilarious results.

Featuring Caitie Millroy as Erika Yurken and Tara Bryan as Alison Ashley, the show is at The Lind, Nambour, from November 12-19.

Book at or call 1300 732 764.

42nd Street

BYTES' Studio B presents 42nd Street - the famous song-and-dance Broadway fable.

Featuring some of the world's favourite songs, including Lullaby of Broadway, We're In the Money and, of course, the title number, the production is at Buderim War Memorial Hall on November 16, 18 and 19 at 7.30pm, November 19 at 2pm and November 20 at 2pm and 6pm.

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Under Milk Wood

ORIGINALLY written for radio, an omniscient narrator invites the audience to listen to the dreams and innermost thoughts of the inhabitants of a fictional small Welsh village Llareggub ("bugger all” backwards).

They include Mrs Ogmore-Pritchard, Captain Cat, Mrs Dai Breads, Organ Morgan and Polly Garter, who pines for her dead lover.

Later, the town awakens and, aware now of how their feelings affect whatever they do, we watch them go about their daily lives.

Under Milk Wood is directed by Liza Park at Noosa Arts Theatre from November 17-27. Book at