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Cloudstreet

21 February - 15 March 2020 His Majesty's Theatre

Cloudstreet

21 February - 15 March 2020 His Majesty's Theatre Buy tickets

A Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA and Malthouse Theatre co-production presented as part of Perth Festival
Adapted by Nick Enright and Justin Monjo
From the novel by Tim Winton

A masterpiece of world fiction

A once-in-a-generation chance to see Tim Winton’s award-winning novel on stage.

Follow the lives of two families, the Lambs and the Pickles, over two decades in post-war Perth. Together they share an old house at number one Cloud Street haunted by a dark history. Cloudstreet is packed full of heart and hardship.

The Lambs and the Pickles aren’t your average counter lunch. While the feckless Pickles love drinking and betting, the Lambs are God-fearing and hard-working. Over the years their lives become entwined in ways they couldn’t have imagined.

After breaking box office records in Melbourne, we are proud to bring this epic new production of Cloudstreet home – a story born of our city. Directed by Perth born-and-raised Matthew Lutton, with a cast of 12, including Bert LaBonté (Book of Mormon), Alison Whyte (Seachange, Frontline) and Arielle Gray (Picnic at Hanging Rock) this re-imagined five-hour experience will be the Perth Festival highlight of 2020.

Cloudstreet was first commissioned by Black Swan State Theatre Company and Company B Belvoir in 1998, winning two Helpmann Awards.

“THEATRE AT ITS MOST RICH.”
★★★★★ – STAGE NOISE

CLOUDSTREET DINING
Duration includes one meal interval (90min) and a second interval (20min). For the meal interval there will be in-house menu options at His Majesty’s Theatre and others at local restaurants nearby. We will notify you of these dining options in the new year to round out your Cloudstreet experience.


DIRECTOR
Matthew Lutton
SET & COSTUME DESIGNER
Zoë Atkinson
LIGHTING DESIGNER
Paul Jackson
SOUND DESIGNER
J. David Franzke
COMPOSER
Elizabeth Drake
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Katt Osborne
CAST INCLUDES
Arielle Gray
Brenna Harding
Natasha Herbert
Bert LaBonté
Ebony McGuire
Mikayla Merks
Ian Michael
Benjamin Oakes
Scott Sheridan
Guy Simon
Greg Stone
Alison Whyte


Please note:
  • Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance.
  • Mobile telephones and electronic devices are to be turned off during the performance.
  • Cameras, video cameras and tape recorders will not be permitted without the consent of the promoter.

Premium

  • $129.00 - $149.00 Adult 

A Reserve

  • $319.00 Family pass (2xAdult + 2xUnder 25 years tickets)
  • $109 - $129.00 Adult
  • $89.00 - $109.00 Concession (Pensioners, Seniors Card holders, Children 16 years and under, unemployed, Veteran's Affairs and Health Care Card Holders)

B Reserve

  • $89.00 - $109.00 Adult
  • $89.00 Concession (Pensioners, Seniors Card holders, Children 16 years and under, unemployed, Veteran's Affairs and Health Care Card Holders)

C Reserve

  • $89.00 Adult
  • $69.00 Concession (Pensioners, Seniors Card holders, Children 16 years and under, unemployed, Veteran's Affairs and Health Care Card Holders)
  • $39.00 Full time students

Groups (8+)

  • $89.00 - $109.00 A Reserve
  • $69.00 - $89.00 B Reserve
  • $69.00 C Reserve
  • $39.00 B and C Reserve Schools (10+) Receive 1 complimentary ticket for every 10 tickets purchased.
  • For group bookings phone (08) 6212 9291 or email groups@ptt.wa.gov.au

Pricing and Fee Information

Web: $3.95 if cart values is $36 or less, $5.95 if cart value is more than $36. 
Phone or mail: $6.95. In person: $0. 
Group bookings: $8.95. Add $4.40 for Registered Mail.
All tickets/items prices include GST if applicable and are quoted in Australian dollars.
Ticket prices can be dynamically adjusted, either up or down, based on real-time market demand, and without notice.
Please note ticket prices are subject to change without notice.

Preview

  • Friday 21 February 2020 at 6pm

Matinee 

  • Sunday 8 March 2020 at 12pm
  • Sunday 15 March 2020 at 2pm

Auslan Interpreted performance

  • Wednesday 11 March 2020 at 6pm

Audio Described performance

  • Sunday 8 March 2020 at 12pm

Captioned performance

  • Sunday 8 March 2020 at 12pm

Tactile Tour

  • Sunday 8 March 2020 at 12pm

Post show Q&A

  • Wednesday 11 March 2020 at 6pm
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