Dates and times

Fri 14 April, 7:30 pm (Wurzel-Flummery only)
Sat 15 April, 7:30pm (Wurzel-Flummery only)
Sun 16 April, 3:00pm (matinee) (Wurzel-Flummery only)
Wed 19 April, 7:30pm (Wurzel-Flummery only)
Thu 20 April, 7:30pm (Wurzel-Flummery only)
Fri 21 April, 7:30pm (Wurzel-Flummery only)
Sat 22 April, 7:30pm (Wurzel-Flummery only)


The PumpHouse Theatre


Adult $25.00
Friends of The PumpHouse $20.00
Senior (65+) $22.50
Student $22.50

Additional fees

Booking Fee $5.00 per booking
Card Processing Fee 2.5%

How to get tickets

Sorry, this show is over.


📢 We are sad to announce that the actor performing in Scorch remains too unwell to perform, and we’ve made the tough decision to cancel all remaining performances of their play this week.
Wurzel Flummery will continue as planned, commencing at 7:30pm from Wednesday to Saturday.

If you’d like a refund, please contact The PumpHouse Box Office – though the cast and crew of Wurzel-Flummery would love your support at their show.

A touching and provocative story of first love through the eyes of a gender-curious teen and a melodramatic farce about a conservative, upper-class family offered an obscene amount of money in a stranger’s Will on one peculiar condition take centre stage in Shoreside Theatre’s 2023 One Act Play season.

Presented in The PumpHouse Theatre’s intimate Coal Bunker Studio, our One Act Play season features new directors, new performers, and the chance to explore subjects we might not usually present.

Wurzel-Flummery by A.A. Milne
Directed by: Max Easey (He/Him)

⏰ Run Time: approx. 40mins with no interval

đź’ˇ This event is in the Coal Bunker Studio and is General Admission, which means you cannot pre-book a specific seat. You can choose where to sit when you enter the theatre.

Presented By

Shoreside Theatre is a North Shore institution. You’ll be treated to sumptuous costumes, creative production design and passionate performances by a talented troop of local actors.

We endeavour to put on creative, fresh and exciting theatre with a community-based cast and crew.

Originally established in 1976 as Milford Playhouse Incorporated, our commitment to producing high quality community theatre has never faltered. Our aim is to bring audiences into the action, whether it be our season of Shakespeare in the Park, the annual Agatha Christie whodunit or our One Act Plays.