Message Of The Month

Tuesday, September 27, 2022


The Queenscliffe Lighthouse Theatre Group went down memory lane in a happy celebration of our 21st birthday in August.

Past and present members gathered at Queenscliff Uniting Church Hall to reminisce about the 35 shows put on by the company, and the many friendships and fun shared.

Special guests on the night were two of the original members – Norma Addison and Ellen Burke.

Norma did a fantastic job putting together the photo boards on display, featuring
QLTG shows from 2001 to 2013.

The entertainment included songs from alumnni David Golightly, Dan Eastwood and Nicole Hickman, Peter, Paul and Marion, Edwina Royce, Stewart Firth and Ian Rogulski, Carol Fogg and Lisa Hearnden-Jones.

MC was the delightful Ian Rooney, who constantly teased QLTG secretary Lyn
Houldcroft with his puns but got a run for his money from former stage “wife” Emma Jones.

Former president Ian Royce was greatly chuffed to be awarded a life membership.

QLTG president Terry Fogg said: “I want to give special thanks to all the past
members, some who are no longer with us - musicians, actors, singers, dancers,
stage managers, crew, committee, sponsors and audience - who have supported
QLTG over the past 21 years. We also thank the Queenscliff Uniting Church and Queenscliff RSL for their continued support.

"Here's to another 21 years!"

Check out more photos on our facebook page!

Were you at the 21st birthday reunion? Do you have any photos of the event? Especially members of the audience! Send them to and we'll put them on display (and keep for posterity!)

Below: President Terry Fogg presents Ian Royce with his QLTG Life Membership.
QLTG Patron and Life Member Val Lawrence and Geraldine Davidson look over the photo display of past productions

Entertaining the audience were Edwina Royce, Stewart Firth and Ian Rogulski.

QLTG alumni David Golightly knocks out the audience with Neil Diamond's Crunchy Granola Suite, followed by his legendary Elvis moves. 

David Golightly back in civvies, with Mum 
A grand opening from Carol Fogg, Lisa Hearnden-Jones, Nicole Hickman and Debbie Fraser.

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