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My Weekly Preview & gmaxx

By | Other News, Other news

Coolum Theatre Players is excited to be partnering
with gmaxx for an epic My Weekly Preview Competition.

We’re giving away 2 tickets to Xanadu for our show on Friday the 23rd of April at 7.30pm,
and gmaxx have generously donated a pair of crazy skates. (Total prize valued over $230)

gmaxx was launched in 2016 by Trudi & Mick Goossens.
A locally owned and designed Active Wear Store based in the heart of Coolum Beach.

“Being an avid exerciser, I found an area in the Industry that lacked good Quality and Affordable active wear that also catered to plus sizes (XS–XXXL). So, with a lot of research, trial, and error a dream became a reality”.

The store is also a great supporter of Locally Owned and Australian designed products, stocking Brands like Crazy Skates, DplusK and Indigenous products from Bundarra and LifeApparell.

gmaxx has always been unique where colour is a statement throughout the store.

We are open 7 Days a Week, closing Christmas Day Only.

Gmaxx is online at www.gmaxx.com.au or follow us on our Facebook or Instagram page.

We’re delighted to be involved with Coolum Theatre Players musical production of Xanadu, and donating a pair of
Crazy Skates Disco Glam Roller Skates, valued at $179.95 in an upcoming joint promotional giveaway with
My Weekly Preview starting 11th March.

To enter the competition for your chance to win, head on over to:

https://www.myweeklypreview.com.au/win/win-tickets-to-xanadu/

Julie Delmore becomes our newest Life Member

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Julie Delmore, our long-time committee member and stage manager,  and a well-known Sunshine Coast theatre stalwart was awarded life membership by the Coolum Theatre Players at its AGM this month.  Pictured below left with CTP President Mallory Young, Julie has served on the CTP committee for six year and has stage managed 17 CTP productions over the last 10 years, and in total has played an active part in 138 shows, either on stage, behind the scenes or sometimes both simultaneously!  Currently the stage manager for Diplomatic Relations, Julie’s dedication to the theatre community has also been reflected in her generosity in passing on her extensive knowledge of stage management to new and less experienced volunteers.

Commenting after the AGM, Julie said: “I have loved helping to bring all of my Directors’ visions to fruition. I have loved the hundreds of talented actors and actresses that I have worked with. I have loved all of my tech crews and backstage crews, without whom there would be no show. But most of all, I have loved the feeling of ‘family’ that the committee of Coolum Theatre Players espouses. I am humbled and honoured and looking forward to the next 10!”