11 Aug 2022 to 21 Aug 2022 Once Only Event
Written by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Matthew Chapman
11-21 AUGUST 2022
At the centre of this play about fate, mathematics, feminism, gardening and apples is the story of a group of people who simply can’t get it together when it comes to things that are actually important.
It’s 1809 and thirteen year old Thomasina is a precocious mathematical genius, making sense of the world around her: her mother is obsessed with gardening, her tutor is having it off with the wife of a houseguest and the famous Lord Byron is causing mischief.
As battle lines are drawn across the school table, a demand for satisfaction has terrible consequences.
Meanwhile, present day writer Hannah Jarvis navigates descendants of the Coverly clan, and the mysterious events that happened 200 years ago and exactly who the shadowy figure of death is that haunts the garden at Sidley Park…
Tickets: $25 Full / $20 Concession
Thursday 11 August, 7.30pm
Friday 12 August, 7:30pm
Saturday 13 August, 7:30pm
Sunday 14 August, 4pm
Thursday 18 August, 7:30pm
Friday 19 August, 7:30pm
Saturday 20 August, 7:30pm
Sunday 21 August, 4pm
Victoria Drive, The University of Adelaide
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Once Only Event
11 Aug 2022 to 21 Aug 2022