One year in the life of an Australian family.
The Prices aren’t from the top end of town, but they’re not battlers either – Fran and Bob have brought up four children and kept their sense of humour.
It should be time to stop and smell Bob’s precious roses.
But just when things should be slowing down, the complicated lives of all four offspring come crashing through the brick veneer walls.
With plate-dropping family revelations, love pangs, and the sweet pain of finding out the truth, Things I Know To Be True is a beautifully crafted play from the ever-rewarding mind of Andrew Bovell (Lantana, When the Rain Stops Falling, The Secret River).
Neil Armfield is one of our greatest directors. His great theme is family. Andrew Bovell has written a great play about family. Belvoir St is the perfect stage to bring them together. We can’t wait.
“An unforgettable image of tenderness and compassion.” – The Sydney Morning Herald
Supported by the Chair’s Circle
Set Designer Stephen Curtis
Costume Designer Tess Schofield
Lighting Designer Damien Cooper
Composer Alan John
Sound Designer Steve Francis
Movement and Fight Director Nigel Poulton
Stage Manager Luke McGettigan
Assistant Stage Manager Georgina Pead
8 June – 21 July 2019
Thursday 1pm & 7.30pm
Saturday 2pm & 7.30pm
7.30pm, 8 June
6.30pm, 9 June
7.30pm, 11 June
Opening Night (invitation only)
7.30pm, 12 June
25 June, directly following the performance
1pm, 27 June
1pm, 4 July
1pm, 11 July
Mobile Device Captioned Performance
1pm, 4 July
1pm, 18 July
6.30pm, 30 May
2 hours 40 mins (including 20 min. interval)
Single tickets on sale now.
Full price tickets $75 – $95
Concession tickets $50 – $70.
Senior tickets $65 – $85.
30-Down tickets for under 30s $53 – $68.
Student Saver $35 – $50
Preview tickets $49 – $54.
Subscribers’ additional tickets at mates’ rates $65 – $80.
Standing room tickets $35
Best prices are available for weekday matinees, followed by weekday evenings and weekend matinees.
For more information about pricing structure visit our Ticket Info page.
★★★★½ “Armfield creates an unforgettable image of tenderness and compassion”The Sydney Morning Herald
★★★★½ “The exquisitely staged production reaches into your heart from its opening moments and keps you gripped until its shattering end”Limelight
“In the hands of playwright Andrew Bovell and director Neil Armfield, two of our greatest theatre artists, it is a transforming experience.”The Australian
★★★★★ “Not a scene goes by which doesn’t offer up some priceless and deeply familiar domestic moment or exchange.”Audrey Journal
Welcome Neil Armfield back with our Belvoir Briefing for the highly anticipated production of Things I Know To Be True. Hosted by Artistic Associate Tom Wright, this is a chance for you to get intimate with Andrew Bovell’s play and meet the creative minds behind it. Plus stick around afterwards for nibbles with the team!
6.30pm, 30 May
Belvoir Briefings are free, but in order to save you a space we ask that you RSVP.