Lawrence and Jeanette (nee Pepper) Bond were central members of The Workshop Theatre, which staged many of their plays in the Wollongong Town hall Annex from 1964 to 1969. Listen to them talk about their memories of the Wollongong Town Hall.
Listen to Lawrence & Jeanette’s Interview
Lawrence & Jeanette’s Photo Album
1960’s: Crowd on stage at Fancy Dress Ball, probably Wollongong Ladies’ Bowling Club
27-30th August 1969: Members of Wollongong Actor’s Studio storing props from production in Frederick and Violet Bond’s Garage. Prudence Bond leaning in foreground.
1982 I Like it to be in America – Scene from west side story – Wollongong Conservatorium Theatre Company, George Tirris, Michael Coe,. Merion Powell, Lynne Williams, Ross Coleman, Donna Mills, Paul Bridge, Jim McCallum, Suzi Johnson, Paul Fanning, Scott Radburn, Lawrence Bond, Gary Stonehouse, Krupke
portrait of Prudence Bond, possibly production still from “A Streetcar Named Desire” probably 1969
Date: 17th July 1965; production still from “The Matchmaker (Hello Dolly)” ; Lawrence Bond, Edgar Johnston
Nov 1965: classmates of Jeanette (Pepper) Bond at Wollongong Teacher’s College Graduation Ball: Sue Tierney, Bev Sedgwick, Janette Buckle
portrait of cast of “Garden District”, Colin Challenger, Pam Dunn, Ron Herbert, Bruce Hudson
Prudence McGuire-Ely (nee Bond) – Wollongong Actor’s Studio – Margret Jennings – Ron Herbert – Camelot Theatre – Town Hall Annex – curtain motor – Civic Theatre – Musica Viva – Billy Thorpe concert – flea house Angels Bridge Nursery – Pam Dunne (ran acting school) – Anthony Warlow – Robin Slater