by Paddy Campbell
With Paul Ashcroft, Dion Mills, David Whiteley, Anna Samson, Caroline Lee & Nicholas Bell
Director Brett Cousins
Assistant Director Alice Darling
Lighting Designer Clare Springett & Michael Robinson
Set & Costume Designer Sophie Woodward
Composer & Sound Designer Tim Rogers
“Seems like a lovely boy, youse’ll get on like a house on fire.”
A wet house is a hostel for homeless alcoholics where the residents are permitted to drink. Andy, a young graduate, has begun working as a carer and is full of idealism and increasing confusion.
In a world where despair and humour sit side-by-side and cause and effect are infinitely blurred, Wet House is an insightful and biting drama of social realism, based on the playwright’s own experiences.
20th March – 18th April
Q&A with the cast 2nd April
Previews 17th, 18th & 19th March
“Thrillingly funny and painful…All hail a new voice.” – ★★★★ The Guardian
“Expertly rendered play”– ★★★★ The Age
“It’s a winner…the sense of authenticity in the play crackles and sparks.” – Australian Stage