What's On

Silent Night
 

Darlinghurst Theatre Company Presents

SILENT NIGHT
By Mary Rachel Brown

A hilarious take-no-prisoners comedy for anyone who feels a mix of terror and affection about spending Christmas with family.

Normally Christmas is a time for giving, but for the Lickfold family it’s a time for winning!

Every year for the past 12 years the Lickfolds have entered the ARCE Awards for the best Christmas decoration display in Australia. The Lickfolds are over participators determined to win at any cost but their path to electric glory is thwarted when someone unexpected comes down the chimney. 

This unwanted Christmas guest wastes no time in exposing the darker secrets behind a winning display and the true reason for his coming.

Tired of consumerism, overeating and fake family bonding? Then Silent Night is the perfect antidote to those Christmas blues.

Darlinghurst Theatre Company produces and presents the world premiere of Silent Night.

Silent Night was developed with the support of Playwriting Australia at the National Script Workshop 2015 

Director: Glynn Nicholas
Production Designer: Hugh O’Connor
Stage Manager: Isabella Kerdijk
With: Michael Denkha, Aaron, Glenane, Genevieve Lemon and Richard Sydenham

Dates
10 November – 10 December 2017

Performance times
Tue - Sat: 7:30pm
Sun: 5pm
Sat Matinees: 2 & 9 December at 3pm

Tickets
$38 - $54
Subscription packages also available

More information
http://www.darlinghursttheatre.com/whats-on/silent-night

 

Venue:
Dates: Sunday 19 November 2017 – Sunday 19 November 2017
Bookings:

 

 

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