Three Summers set to kick off national Q&A tour in hometown

John Waters and Rebecca Breeds in Three Summers.

A major national tour is underway this month for Ben Elton’s big-hearted ensemble comedy Three Summers, ahead of a hometown screening on Thursday October 26 at the Grand Cygnet Cinemas in Como.

This will kick off a week of Q&A screenings and appearances at Perth cinemas, including a special charity screening in Mandurah for the local Peel region where the film was shot last year.

Ben Elton will be appearing at five special events in Perth in the lead up to the film’s theatrical release on November 2 in cinemas everywhere.

‘‘It was a joy and a privilege to make Three Summers in WA, a state I have called home for many years, and I am greatly looking forward to sharing it with audiences at the many exciting events planned in Perth, Freo and Mandurah in the lead up to the release,” says Elton.

Kelton Pell in Three Summers.

Fusing romance, music and Ben Elton’s trademark wit and satirical edge, Three Summers, is an ensemble comedy that embraces the diversity of modern Australia. At a summer music festival, the feisty lead singer of an Irish folk band (Rebecca Breeds) meets a folk music-hating Theremin player (Robert Sheehan) and sparks literally fly.

Three Summers delivers an engaging folk tale of contemporary Australia with the soundtrack and the belly laughs for the summer to come. Also starring Deborah Mailman, John Waters, Kelton Pell, Jacqueline McKenzie, Peter Rowsthorn, Kate Box, Christiaan Van Vuuren and Nick Boshier.

You can find all the Q&A screening locations for Three Summers here.



2 thoughts on “Three Summers set to kick off national Q&A tour in hometown

  1. Excellent information regarding, “Three Summers”. I had the pleasure of being involved in this fantastic feature film, I was an extra. My goodness, gracious me, I had so much fun. I live in Mandurah, my sister runs RDA at Fairbridge, that is how I became involved. For me the whole experience was like having fun, enjoyable, I was not expecting that outcome. I thought it would be scary, challenging, hard Yakka. However to my surprise, I loved the experience, want to do this kind of work more often. The whole atmosphere, this industry of film, just feels right for me. I feel like, wow!, I should of pursued this before. Never to late, o.k to be a regular Johnny come lately, the right time is, your time.

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