Do you sell tickets for an event, performance or venue?
Find out more about Eventfinda Ticketing.

You missed this – Subscribe & Avoid FOMO!
The Canterville Ghost


Fri 6 Aug 2021, 7:30pm–9:30pm
Sat 7 Aug 2021, 7:30pm–9:30pm
Fri 13 Aug 2021, 7:30pm–9:30pm
Fri 20 Aug 2021, 7:30pm–9:30pm
Sat 21 Aug 2021, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Merthyr Uniting Church, 52 Merthyr Road, New Farm 4005, New Farm, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General admission (Adult): $20.00 ea
  • General admission (Concession): $15.00 ea
  • General admission (Member/child): $12.00 ea
  • Additional fees may apply

How does this work?
Glad you asked!
  • Choose LatitudePay
    at the checkout
    There's no extra cost to you - just select it as your
    payment option.
  • Approval in
    Set up your account and we'll tell you straight away
    if approved.
  • Get it now.
    10 weekly payments
    It's the today way to pay, just 10 easy payments.
    No interest. Ever.
If you're new to LatitudePay, you'll need this stuff:
  • Be over 18 years old
  • An Australian driver’s licence or passport
  • A couple of minutes to sign up,
    it’s quick and easy
  • A credit/debit card (Visa or Mastercard)

Listed by: Nash Theatre

NEW DATES! Due to the recent restrictions, we are delighted that The Canterville Ghost will run now until Saturday 21 August 2021. Book your tickets today!
Directed by Phil Carney, Nash Theatre presents The Canterville Ghost as a radio play of the classic British comedy of the cowardly ghost in wartime England.
Authorities on the subject of phantoms declare that the most fearsome ghost of all the British Isles is that of nobleman Sir Simon de Canterville.
Haunting Canterville castle for 300 years, this sprightly apparition has been unique for its keen sense of showmanship and its variety of tricks, shapes and sound effects.
The ghost originated in 1634 when Sir Simon was scheduled to fight a duel. He took one look at his fierce and towering opponent and ran away from the field of honour in a startling display of speed and cowardice. He was chased to his father’s castle by his frustrated opponent, Sir Valentine, which is where our first act starts.