The Wind in the Underground

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2 Venues

Don Russell Performing Arts Centre

Don Russell Performing Arts Centre, Lot 13, Murdoch Road, Thornlie, WA, 6108

18+ venue or accompanied by parent or legal guardian

Studio Underground at State Theatre Centre as part of Summer Nights

174-176 William Street, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge, WA, 6003

18+ venue or accompanied by parent or legal guardian

Suitability and warnings: PG

Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Medium

Something for almost everyone. Not too naughty, not too nice. These shows mightn’t be ideal for the little’uns.

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About this event

The world traveller returns to the front gate of the family home. Times change and memories fade. Four siblings return to their roots -- childhood dynamics re-emerge, and the complexities of family bonds are exposed. The Wind in the Underground comes to Perth following a highly successful season at the Old Fitz Theatre in Sydney, 2017.

"A true showcase of Aussie theatre talent" AltMedia
"A superb cast enchants with their extraordinary chemistry" SuzyGoesSee
"Offers a poignant window into the family life... this moving tale is worth a visit" TheatreNow

Presented by:
Summer Nights & New Ghosts

New Ghosts is first and foremost a playwright's theatre company, collaborating with Australia's most up and coming writers and debuting the best international new scripts locally. Having gained her personal aesthetic while working in New York City, founder Lucy Clements brings an unique directing style to her works and prides herself in the creation of dramatic and heart-felt presentations with a wide appeal. The Wind in the Underground marks a homecoming for New Ghosts, as well as its Perth raised collaborators Michael Abercromby, Sam O'Sullivan, Whitney Richards and Bishanyia Vincent.

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For accessible booking information please visit the Perth Theatre Trust website. We recommend all accessible bookings are made at the venue box office or by calling Perth Theatre Trust on (08) 6212 9292.