A blistering new version of George Orwell’s political classic. All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.
Revolution is coming to Manor Farm. Under the guidance of some rebellious pigs, a group of farm animals unite to drive out their cruel human oppressors and build utopia. But the swine are not as united as they appear, and their division gives rise to a terrifying new system of power and repression.
Written in the 1940s as a response to the rise of authoritarian governments around the world, Animal Farm is a searing examination of extremist rule. It’s a cautionary tale as relevant and terrifying in 2019, as it was then.
In his final production for STCSA as Artistic Director, Geordie Brookman and the exceptional Dale March join forces to create a scintillating take on one of the greatest stories of English literature. A sublime and unadorned piece of theatrical storytelling, Animal Farm will see March inhabit upwards of 20 characters, from the revolutionary pigs to the stoic draft horse and the tyrannical Mr Jones.
Information for Schools Performance can be found here.
MOTHER’S DAY DINNER & SHOW DEAL
In partnership with La Maison, you can enjoy a main course and glass of wine before the 8pm performances of Animal Farm on Tues 7th, Thurs 9th, Fri 10th and Saturday 11th May for just $80 including dinner and theatre ticket.
This package must be booked 24 hours in advance and dinner reservations at 6:15pm or earlier.
For more information contact HotHouse on 6021 7433.
“The most thought-provoking piece of literature I have ever read.”
This Project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Ministry of the Arts Catalyst Australian Arts and Culture fund.
For Group prices please contact the office on 02 6021 7433.
All tickets are $15
Rabbit Hole $30 / Full Price
$25 / Concession
$30 / Full Price
$25 / Concession
Call us on 02 6021 7433 to find out more about affordable tickets for school students and their teachers.
We require you to show your valid concession, student or companion card when entering the theatre.
Book tickets online to avoid a $3 booking fee.
Our Concession rate is available to Australian Pensioners, Seniors, Health Care Cardholders, MEAA Members and patrons using Audio Description services. Proof of eligibility is required when booking or collecting tickets.
Red Hot Rush tickets If you are under 26 or hold a valid student card, you can buy tickets from the box office for $20 to any HotHouse show within one hour of the performance. A valid proof of age or Student ID is required.
Companion Card promotes the rights of people with a disability, who require a companion, to fair ticketing at events and venues. Holders of this card are entitled to a complimentary ticket for their companion for any HotHouse Theatre performances. To book using a Companion Card, please contact the box office and be prepared to present your Companion Card upon collection of your tickets.
For specific access requirements, please call Box Office on (02) 6021 7433.
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