Gone Girls Patrick Livesey & Annabel Larcombe
NEW DATES ON SALE NOW
Julia Gillard and Julie Bishop team up to take down the Patriarchy.
Tearing through the halls of Parliament and the last decade of Australian politics, Gone Girls is a dragged-up, camped-up and very, very well-dressed-up ode to Women in Power, bipartisan wine nights and yes, that speech.
At a time when politics couldn’t be more miserable, this is a drag fantasy of small moments with big impact and the absolute truth of what really goes on behind closed doors in a ladies bathroom...
Destroying everything you thought you knew about these two leading ladies of #Auspol, Gone Girls is an hour of politics like you’ve never seen it before.
The Boys’ Club better be ready.
Thanks to Rosemary Walls, Pinky Watson, Esther Myles & Libby Gilbert for their contributions to the early development of this work.
'“quick-witted, captivating and sometimes titillating theatre” ★★★★ ½- InDaily
“…expect to be entertained. A fun hour of taking a sideways look at our parliament.” ★★★★- Theatre Guide
“a cheeky yet decidedly clever comic take on the two mightiest women of Australian politics in our time.” ★★★★- The Advertiser
“Raucous one-liners, and dirty tactics you will want to remember and use on your own friends, family, and foes.” ★★★★★- Global Media Post
Date & Times:Thursday 28 July 2022, 7.30pmFriday 29 July 2022, 7.30pmSaturday 30 July 2022, 7.30pmFriday 5 August 2022, 7.30pmSaturday 6 August 2022, 4.00pmSaturday 6 August 2022, 7.30pmTickets:
Tickets can also be purchased over the phone at 03 8606 4200 or in-person at our reception office (Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm).
Under 30 $40
Group (+6) $30
CoPP Local $30 (CoPP Local Ticket only available on Opening Night)Running Time:60 mins, no intervalWhere:Gasworks TheatreAccessibility:Wheelchair AccessibleWarnings:Mild coarse language, use of prop gun, mentions of rape and harassment towards women, smoke and haze
Written by:Patrick Livesey & Annabel LarcombeDirection:Wil King (co-director)Production:Created by Patrick LiveseyCast:Patrick Livesey & Annabel LarcombeImage:AthathaMusic:Sound design by Sidney Millar