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SMOKESCREEN: Barrymore (2011)

13/03/2021 (4:00pm - 6:00pm)

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Western Plains Cultural Centre
Western Plains Cultural Centre
76 Wingewarra Street, Dubbo NSW 2830
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Taking place at in the Drama Room at the WPCC, Smokescreen brings Dubbo residents the opportunity to witness iconic and influential films from the history of cinema.

The theme for 2021 is ‘From the Playwright’s Desk’. Films that were originally written for, and presented on the stage. Designed to take place in only a few locations, these ‘limited setting’ films bring the focus on the psychology of the characters. And in their confinement, there is little escape.

​See all 10 films for $70 by purchasing a Season Pass, this includes a complimentary standard drink at the Establishment following each of the film. 

The Establishment is an 18+ Venue only, please check each film for the Classification.

Barrymore (2011)

Written and Directed by Eric Canuel

Barrymore is a two-person play that represents actor John Barrymore as he comes to terms with his acting successes and the depredations of excess.  Barrymore rents an old theatre to rehearse for a backer's audition to raise funds for a revival of his 1920 Broadway hit Richard III.  This attempted revival however, never took place, but acts as a dramatic theatrical devise for an actor to reminisce about his life and an acting career that saw him named in the 1920s as the "greatest living Amercian tragedian".

Starring: Christopher Plummer, John Plumpis


Terms & Conditions

Tickets are non-refundable and must be presented upon entry.

Tickets include a complimentary standard drink at the Establishment following the film on presentation of your drink coupon. This is valid for the night of the film only and cannot be redeemed at any other point. 

It is the responsibility of the attendees to check the classification of the film and adhere to the recommendations by the Australian Classification Board regarding age and suitability of the content.

The right of admission is reserved. The Western Plains Cultural Centre reserves the right to refuse entry to, or remove from the venue - any persons causing a disturbance, partaking in an activity not allowed in the venue (smoking etc.), conducting any illegal activity or refusing to comply with reasonable requests from management.

The Establishment Bar Dubbo is an 18+ venue, any attendees under the age of 18 forfeit their drink voucher. 


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