Don’t miss Garrick’s current spooky production
(29 November – 15 December)
Click here to book for ‘The House of Dracula’
The Baron and Baroness von Frankenstein receive a mysterious invitation to a macabre Transylvanian castle. Arriving with their repulsive retainers they are soon reacquainted with old enemies, mortal and otherwise, along with some new ones.
A fast-moving horror farce.
Start the New Year off with another fine Garrick Theatre production.
28th February to 16th March 2019.
Book tickets online here (from December 18th).
or phone Elaine on 9378 1990
Written by Louise Page.
Winner of the coveted George Devine Award.
Directed by Raymond Omodei.
Strange, strange encounters on the beach. “There is, in this strange and beautiful play, a moment when the author crosses the boundaries of naturalism and the seaside sands of Salonika are literally parted and the dead past rises to life”.
The guardian Charlotte and her daughter Enid come to Greece, to Salonika, searching for the grave of their husband and father, Ben, killed in action so long ago. As they emerge on to the beach, at waters’ edge lies a bronzed, naked youth – alive or dead? Sleeping or awake? Apollo fallen from the azure skies or washed ashore from Homer’s wine-dark sea? There are no footprints in the sand.
Mysterious, beautiful, lyrical, often hilarious and mocking, SALONIKA is always involving and thoroughly compelling.
Raymond Omodei first directed this play at the Hole in the Wall Theatre in Subiaco in 1985.
Now it is the Garrick Theatre audience’s turn to enjoy this fascinating work.