By Anchuli Felicia King
Directed by Benita de Wit

  • Venue Downstairs Theatre
  • Dates 16 October – 2 November 2019

Something unspeakable happens at an ethical eating start-up and five witnesses are brought in to recount their version of events. But who is telling the truth and how far will each person go to save their own skin? It’s do-or-die at this cutthroat start-up company, and someone is going to be sacrificed.

“This balls-tripping, brilliantly produced play by 25-year-old Anchuli Felicia King is a work of deeply funny, original and rarefied genius.” (★★★★1/2 | Audrey Journal)

“Slaughterhouse likes to keep you on the edge of your seat” (★★★★ | State of the Art)

“Disturbingly funny and refreshingly bold” (Australian Arts Review)

Supported by the Seaborn, Broughton & Walford Foundation

Running Time: 75 minutes

Content Warnings: Strobe lighting, strong language, violence, sexual themes, references to drug use.


Playwright and AV Designer Anchuli Felicia King
Production Designer Brendan de la Hay
Lighting Designer Phoebe Pilcher
Associate Designer Lyndal Tuckey
Stage Manager Bronte Schuftan


Romy Bartz
Adam Marks
Tom Matthews
Brooke Rayner
Stephanie Somerville

  • WHAT IS 25A?

    This show is part of 25A.
    It has been made by independent and emerging artists.
    They have produced and marketed it themselves.
    They get 100% of the box office and the theatre for free.
    Their task is to make a show for less than $1500.

    Thanks for supporting the artists of the future.

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