Gone Girls Patrick Livesey

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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. 

 

  • Reviews:

    '“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

    ★★★★ 

    - 5MBS
  • Event Details
    Date & Times:
    Thursday 29 July 2021, 7.30pm
    Friday 30 July 2021, 7.30pm 
    Saturday 31 July 2021, 7.30pm 
    Friday 6 August 2021, 7.30pm 
    Saturday 7 August 2021, 4.00pm 
    Saturday 7 August 2021, 7.30pm
    Tickets:

    Full $45
    Conc $40
    Under 30 $40
    Group (+6) $30
    CoPP Local $30 (CoPP Local Ticket only available on Opening Night)

    Running Time:
    60 mins, no interval
    Where:
    Gasworks Theatre
    Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Warnings:
    Mild coarse language, violence and sexual references
  • Credits
    Direction:
    Wil King (co-director)
    Production:
    Created by Patrick Livesey
    Cast:
    Patrick Livesey & Annabel Larcombe
    Image:
    Athatha
    Music:
    Sound design by Sidney Millar