What's On

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice by Jim Cartwright
 

Starring Caroline O'Connor
A poignant and riotous musical comedy.

In a northern English town lives a girl with a secret.

Little Voice hides away in her bedroom surrounded by her late fathers’ precious record collection of the great 20th century divas. She escapes into the glamorous world of Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland whose stylings drift downstairs to a house ruled by her brassey, boozy mother Mari.

Mari, played by legend of Australian stage and screen Caroline O’Connor, is on the prowl, desperately looking for love in all the wrong places. Her latest suitor, Ray Say, discovers Little Voice’s hidden talent and is determined to force her into the spotlight to cash in his golden ticket to the Big Time.

This tale of mothers and daughters was made famous in 1998 with the cult classic film “Little Voice” starring Jane Horrocks.  This razor-sharp Cinderella story will transport you out of the mundane and into the extraordinary.  Caroline O’Connor is an Australian theatre legend, critically acclaimed both on Broadway and the West End. “Caroline O'Connor is extraordinary” - The Australian

★★★★ The Guardian, UK
★★★★ The Times

 “Little Voice is playful and magical ” 
- Sunday Times

“A cracker, original and hilarious " 
The Daily Telegraph

 

Venue: Eternity Playhouse, Darlinghurst Theatre, 39 Burton St Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Dates: Friday 01 February 2019 – Sunday 24 February 2019
Bookings: 02 835 9987

PERFORMANCE DATES
Previews: 1 - 3 February
Season: 6 - 24 February

PERFORMANCE TIMES
Tuesday - Saturday: 7.30PM
Sunday: 5PM
2PM Matinees: 9, 16 & 23 February

BOOK ONLINE: www.darlinghursttheatre.com/whats-on/the-rise-and-fall-of-little-voice
OR CALL: (02) 8356 9987

TICKETS
Standard: $62
Senior: $56
Concession*: $49
Industry/Under 30**: $49
Groups 8+: $56
Preview: $49

No booking or transaction fees.
$4 per ticket exchange fee for non-Subscribers

*Proof of concession required at Box Office
**Available Tue, Wed & Thu only

 

 

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