Previews: 7 - 9 September
Season: 12 September - 7 October
Times: Tuesday - Saturday at 8pm, Sundays at 5pm
Matinees: Saturday 29 September & 6 October at 3pm
Tickets: Preview: $28, Adult: $38, Student Conc: $33, Senior: $33, Groups 10+: $33, Under 30: $30 (Tue/Thu performances only)
A spectacular, seering and sexy new Australian comedy
Six struggling artists. One call centre.
A bunch of co-workers are secretly writing a play about Martin, their boss - and nemesis - in the hope of winning a playwriting competition. But Martin has penned his own play about his dysfunctional staff and their thwarted lives, which he leaves on their desks as a parting gift and wake up call.
The Lunch Hour is a dark contemporary comedy about what we all do to get through the day – the distractions we create and the games that we play. Chris Aronsten's follow up to Human Resources, previously staged at Darlinghurst Theatre, is every bit as ambitious, dark and hilarious.
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Warning: This show contains coarse language and adult themes. A lockout applies to all performances of The Lunch Hour. No latecomers will be admitted.
Director: Kate Gaul
Designer: Charli Dugdale
Lighting Designer: Luiz Pampolha
Composer/Arranger: Daryl Wallis
Choreography: Kirby Burgess & Ash Bee
Fight Choreographer: Diego Retamales
Assistant Director: Liz Arday
Rehearsal Observer: Lizzie Gibney
Performed by Angela Bauer, Branden Christine, Briallen Clarke, Bali Padda, Shaun Rennie, Gerry Sont and Sonny Vrebac