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Alone in the museum, in the dark, Marion unravels a ball of string so Michael can venture into a mystery. In recent weeks, strange stirrings have haunted the ancient relics and rumours of a monster abound. Michael finds his way back to her and to an impossible situation.

Marion flees and finds herself the prim centre of an over-sexed septuagenarian art group at a seaside resort. Here, Marion is infuriated by Mark, a wayward sommelier with an eye for the ladies, determined to disrupt her lessons and her life.

Whimsical, sensual and charmingly humorous, The Bull, the Moon and the Coronet of Stars is a love story of mythic proportions. It will lure you into an orgy of antiquity, cupcakes and beachside frivolity.

Award-winning playwright Van Badham is joined by Griffin Artistic Director Lee Lewis (Silent Disco, A Hoax) for this delightfully debaucherous fairytale for adults.

Co-produced with HotHouse Theatre and Merrigong Theatre Company

Life Drawing Class
23 May, 8.30-10pm. $17 for the art class  including a free drink - SOLD OUT
Book online 

Griffin and COFA are offering you the opportunity to flex your creative muscles with a life drawing class after seeing the show on 23 May. More info and tickets here.

Director Lee Lewis
Designer Anna Tregloan
Lighting Designer Verity Hampson
Sound Designer/Composer Steve Francis

With Silvia Colloca, Matt Zeremes

 

PERFORMANCE DATES
Previews 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 May
Season 10 May – 8 June

Subscriber Briefing post-show 14 May

PERFORMANCE TIMES
Monday – Friday 7pm
Saturday 2pm and 7pm

Run time: Approx 80 mins

TICKETS
Adult $49
Senior/Concession/Preview/Matinee/ Group (+8) $38
Under 30 $32 

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Transaction fees of $2.50 for online bookings and $4 for phone bookings apply

Phone bookings 02 9361 3817
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SBW Stables Theatre
10 Nimrod Street
Kings Cross NSW 2011

“A love letter to language, mythology and love itself, it’s clever, sexy, funny and uplifting.” Deborah Jones, The Australian

“Lee Lewis directs a nimble, fat-free production… Colloca and Zemeres are a delight to watch.” Jason Blake, SMH

“Badham’s text is breathtaking – poetic, beautiful, captivating.” Dee Jefferson, TimeOut Sydney

“… a heart-warming, fantastical ride.” Ben Neutze, AussieTheatre.com

 …a one-of-a-kind, magic-spinning, very enjoyable night at the theatre.” Rima Sabina Aouf, Concrete Playground

“Creatively and theatrically this is a refreshing moonlit expedition.” Paul Nolan, ArtsHub

“Terrific acting, from Silvia Colloca and Matt Zeremes, drives this Greek myth turned playful romantic comedy.” Chris Singh, the AU review

“…an ambitious, clever, potent piece of writing that is both sexy and funny, with a beautiful, romantic ending.”  Jo Litson, The Sunday Telegraph

“A joyous two-hander of heartbreak and healing – a playful romp with the faintest of nods to the Greek myths of Dionysius and co.” Greg Webster, AltMedia

 

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