About

What started as a lecture to a roomful of students became an essay, became a book, became a seismic wave. Virginia Woolf’s 1929 classic description of the need for new spaces and a complete redefinition of who owns our storymaking is by turns wise, amusing, incendiary and poetic. Rippling with passion, one of the finest pieces of writing in the last hundred years, with the distinct talents of Anita Hegh walking Woolf’s tightrope of thought and feeling.

A teacher once told me work by and about women is usually only small and domestic, never bold or formally radical. He’d obviously never read this (or seen our production). – Carissa Licciardello

Supported by The Group

Cast

Anita Hegh

Performance Times

18 April – 17 May
Tuesday 6.30pm
Wednesday 6.30pm
Thursday 1pm & 7.30pm
Friday 7.30pm
Saturday 2pm & 7.30pm
Sunday 5pm

Previews
7.30pm, 18 April
6.30pm, 19 April
7.30pm, 21 April

Opening Night (Invitation Only)
7.30pm. 22 April

Post-show Q&A
28 April, directly following the performance

Unwaged
11.30am, 30 April

Thursday Matinee
1pm, 7 May

Schools Performance
11.30am, 13 May

Prices

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*Based on weekend evening general release ticket price.

Running Times and Content Warnings

Approximate running times of each production are uploaded to the production page as soon as that information becomes available. During the rehearsal period running times are liable to change given the extensive workshopping and development each production undergoes before it reaches the stage.

Content warnings will also be uploaded to each production page as they are advised.

Should you wish to speak to speak to a member of staff regarding running times, content warnings or any other show related queries, our box office can be contacted on 02 9699 3444.