The Busselton Choral Society were given a sneak peak at the Three One Act Plays being performed by the Busselton Repertory Club ahead of its run at the Weld Theatre.
The event was a fundraiser for the choral society, which the Busselton Repertory Club offers to community groups during their four seasons of plays.
Three one act plays starts its run at the Weld Theatre from Friday, April 12 until Sunday, April 14.
The first play to be featured is called Bloke, and is based on a very Australian tale, following the lives of five different Australian men.
During the second act, a 15 minute documentary film will be screened titled The Kindness of Strangers, directed by Therese Edmonds.
The final performance is called Night Errant, which is based on a French farce with all sorts of characters coming and going.
Coordinator of the plays Marg Sanft said the final act did have some adult content and may not be suitable for children.
"It is very French and very naughty," she said.
"I am looking forward to all of it and the oh la la French, apparently they have some interesting things on stage."
Tickets to the event are available online at trybooking.com/BBNJU or people may phone 0498 581 454 for information.