At Sunset Strip the only people left are those who couldn’t leave. Arriving home after a round of chemotherapy to this once thriving summer hot-spot, Caroline finds the lake completely dried up, and the holiday-makers long gone.

Tues 5 November 8 pm

Wed 6 November 6.30 pm

Thurs 7 November 8 pm

Fri 8 November 8 pm

Sat 9 November 3 pm
(Audio described)

Sat 9 November 8 pm

Anthony Skuse

Kate Armstrong Smith
Laurence Rosier Staines

Set and Costume Designer
Emma Vine

Lighting Designer
Verity Hampson

Sound Designer
Benjamin Freeman

Emma Jackson
Simon Lyndon
Lex Marinos
Eloise Snape

Yet her younger sister, the ever-optimistic Phoebe, remains doggedly hopeful. Between a stint in rehab, caring for her demented Dad (who has a penchant for training goldfish) and losing her kids temporarily to DOCS, Phoebe has managed to nd love in Teddy, a local fallen fella with a big heart. And now that Caroline is back, Phoebe is determined to make life fabulous.

Winner of the 2018 Griffin Award, Suzie Miller (Caress/Ache) examines all manners of love, family dysfunction and making the best of crappy situations. Equally moving and hopeful, Sunset Strip finds the humour in tragedy and creates an unlikely path for humanity to triumph.

This play contains explicit language, sexual references, smoking, drug use and adult themes.

“ … a tenderly gripping, frequently funny exploration of familial love, loyalty and patience.”

“The relationship between the sisters is exquisitely wrought by Suzie Miller and equally finely calibrated by director Anthony Skuse.”

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