YES PLEASE: Proceeds from Z-PAC's preview of Sex Please We're Sixty donated to charity.
YES PLEASE: Proceeds from Z-PAC's preview of Sex Please We're Sixty donated to charity. Z-PAC Theatre

Sexy show will support church

Z-PAC Theatre have introduced a way to support other non-profit organisations in the community by donating their ticket sales.

Tickets sold for the preview of the play Sex Please We Are Sixty will be donated to the Burrum Heads Christian Community Church.

It's an initiative that Z-PAC President Liane Mills started this year to assist other not-for-profit organisations.

"We know how hard it is to raise funds," Liane said.

"To be able to put on an event to raise money for the community is great.

"Groups can raise over $2000 for the night," she said.

Spokeswoman for the Burrum Heads Christian Community Church Dawn Fletcher said the funds will be used to expand the church.

"We have an extension which has been recently constructed and we are trying to finish the inside so it can be used," Mrs Fletcher said. "Our community hall is booked every day of the week so this smaller space would be ideal for groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous, dance classes and educational classes," she said.

"Bookings are now starting to come in as we near the performance date.

"We are expecting a large crowd, as the quality of the Z-PAC Theatre's shows is well-known," she said.

Ms Mills said the play is a hilarious and faced-paced show set in a bed and breakfast involving middle-aged women, a neighbour nicknamed Bud the Stud and a retired chemist who invented a blue pill.

The preview of the play will be held Saturday October 14. For more information visit zpactheatre.com.



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