5–20 April 2019

For our first show in 2019, Everyman Theatre is proud to present the Australian Premiere of Queers curated by Mark Gatiss (Sherlock, Doctor Who). Come and join us in the Prince's Arms, an English pub that has been standing since before the Great War, and continues to serve drinks and comfort to the varied clientele even today. Meet 7 regulars of this fine institution as they tell their stories of what it meant to be queer/'light in the loaders'/'batty'/'a rentleman', even during times over the last century when it was against the law. The Courtyard Studio will be turned into a good old English tavern where all of us can eat, drink and be as merry as we like. Directed by Steph Roberts and Jarrad West. featuring Chris Baldock, Pippin Carroll, Colin Giles, Cole Hilder, Alex Hoskison, Karina Hudson and Jess Waterhouse, with live music from the local pub duo The Beards (Louiza Blomfield & Alex Unikowski). An amateur production by arrangement with Dominie Drama on behalf of Nick Hern Books.  

Show details:

Synopsis

5–20 April 2019

For our first show in 2019, Everyman Theatre is proud to present the Australian Premiere of Queers curated by Mark Gatiss (Sherlock, Doctor Who). Come and join us in the Prince’s Arms, an English pub that has been standing since before the Great War, and continues to serve drinks and comfort to the varied clientele even today. Meet 7 regulars of this fine institution as they tell their stories of what it meant to be queer/’light in the loaders’/’batty’/’a rentleman’, even during times over the last century when it was against the law. The Courtyard Studio will be turned into a good old English tavern where all of us can eat, drink and be as merry as we like. Directed by Steph Roberts and Jarrad West. featuring Chris Baldock, Pippin Carroll, Colin Giles, Cole Hilder, Alex Hoskison, Karina Hudson and Jess Waterhouse, with live music from the local pub duo The Beards (Louiza Blomfield & Alex Unikowski).

An amateur production by arrangement with Dominie Drama on behalf of Nick Hern Books.

 

Dates

Friday 5 April, 7.30pm

Saturday 6 April, 7.30pm

Wednesday 10 April, 7.30pm

Thursday 11 April, 7.30pm

Friday 12 April, 7.30pm

Saturday 13 April, 2pm & 7.30pm

Wednesday 17 April, 7.30pm

Thursday 18 April, 7.30pm

Friday 19 April, 7.30pm

Saturday 20 April, 2pm & 7.30pm

Details

PRESENTED BY:
Everyman Theatre

CATEGORY:
Theatre

DURATION:
Approximately 170 minutes, including interval.


SUIT CHILDREN?:
This show is not suitable for children.

WARNINGS:
This show contains obscene language and may contain simulated smoking.

VENUE:
The Courtyard Studio
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Additional Information:
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