The National Centre for Farmer Health would like to invite you and your friends to a health information night with a difference.

A Night at the Theatre is part of the arts and health program of the inaugural National Centre for Farmer Health Conference.

The show features two comedies which are a light hearted approach to the serious health issues of prostate cancer and diabetes.

These plays, For Better For Worse (prostate cancer) and A Pill A Pump and A Needle (diabetes) are written and produced by Alan Hopgood AM who has himself experienced prostate cancer.  With laughter and a positive message these plays explore the many challenges that people and their families face in coping with these diseases.

After each play there will be a short forum with medical professionals to discuss the issues and to answer questions from the audience.

A Night at the Theatre

Featuring two comedies by Alan Hopgood AM

For Better for Worse
A family’s journey through prostate cancer

A Pill a Pump and a Needle
Personal stories on living with diabetes

When: Tuesday 12th October – 7.30pm
Where: Hamilton Performing Arts Centre

Tickets: $25

The plays will be followed by a forum on each topic led by medical professionals

For bookings:

Performing Arts Centre, Hamilton
5573 0428

More information:
Sally Stevenson
National Centre for Farmer Health
5551 8533