Dates and times

  • Wed, Mar 14 - 7:30pm
  • Thu, Mar 15 - 7:30pm
  • Fri, Mar 16 - 7:30pm
  • Sat, Mar 17 - 7:30pm
  • Wed, Mar 21 - 7:30pm
  • Thu, Mar 22 - 7:30pm
  • Fri, Mar 23 - 7:30pm
  • Sat, Mar 24 - 7:30pm


The PumpHouse Amphitheatre


Adult $25.00
Student $21.00
Group 7+ $21.00
Group 20+ $19.50
Friends of The PumpHouse $21.50
ShoreSide Member $15.00

Additional fees

Booking Fee $5.00 per booking
Card Processing Fee 2.5%

How to get tickets

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Hilarious English cricket comedy by Richard Harris which won Best Situation Comedy’ award. Set in a cricket pavilion but performed outdoors in the PumpHouse Amphitheatre.

Roger, the bossy captain of the team struggles to assemble his team to play against a visiting British Rail side. Those complications pall though, before others occurring among various wives and girlfriends. We soon discover that most of the blokes have dropped a googly of some sort in their relationships off the pitch.

There is trouble between Bob’s wife and ex-wife; Alex’s girl friend locks herself in the loo and Dennis flirts indiscriminately until his wife sets fire to his car. And that’s not all !  Blunt Maggie, a fearsome female bricklayer cuddles her tiny husband throughout while Miriam, champion tea-maker rebels against the bossy Roger and discovers what he got up to during an earlier team visit to Dorking.

Outside Edge had a fabulous West End run and was later made into a boisterous TV film.  Don’t miss this hilarious summer show in a perfect setting with several of Shoreside Theatre’s favourite performers.

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.