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Betty is a Butcher

Where
34 Burton St
Darlinghurst NSW 2010
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When

Friday 28 May from 9pm to 10pm

Five characters, five reasons to live, an odyssey towards death. A collage of memory, these characters jostle for existence in a theatrical phantasmagoria filled with dark humour, pathos and unsettling personal narrative.

Written and performed by Thomas Campbell, directed by Kate Gaul and produced by Siren Theatre Co.

About the artist

Thomas Campbell graduated from NIDA in 2002 and Mountview (UK) in 2010. Stage credits include Hamlet (Belvoir), The View Upstairs (Sugary Rum/Hayes), Clybourne Park and The Violet Hour (Ensemble), The Merchant of Venice (Bell Shakespeare), HMS Pinafore (Hayes/Siren), Three Sisters (Sport for Jove), Bed (STC), Anatomy: Titus (QTC/Bell), The Moors, The Trouble with Harry, Misterman, Penelope, Human Resources, Richard III, Twelfth Night (Siren Theatre Company), Dresden (Bakehouse), Tiny Remarkable Bramble (Invisible Circus), Sleepwalk (RADA), the UK premiere of Violet (Mountview), Ruben Guthrie, The New Black and Theatre Ashes at Latitude (Ironbark), Little Women: The Musical (Lost Theatre), PVT Wars (Old Fitz), Nerd Formal (Stables), Savages, Vampirella, The Illusion (Sydney Theatre Award Nomination), and Cloud 9 (Darlinghurst Theatre), Women of Troy and The Eight: Reindeer Monologues (Downstairs Belvoir), Debris (RideOn) and 2000 Feet Away (B Sharp).

His comedy and cabaret credits include Connie Chang’s Cabaret Roadshow, The 11am Project and One Hander and he co-hosts the successful Luminary Podcast, Celeste and her best with Celeste Barber. His screen credits include Love and Monsters, Downton Abbey, Seriously Red, Party Tricks, All Saints, My Place, Deck Dogz, Second Best, Love My Way and the Academy Award nominated short film, The Saviour.

He is a recipient of both the Mike Walsh and Marten Bequest Fellowships and won three Sydney Theatre Awards for his work in Misterman, Three Sisters and HMS Pinafore.

Covid-safe information

We consider the health and safety of our audiences, artists and staff our highest priority. In response to COVID-19, we ask you to:

  • Stay home if you feel unwell (no cancellation fees apply).

  • Maintain physical distancing of 1.5ms from others.

  • Sanitise your hands and register your attendance on entry.

  • Switch the COVIDSafe app to “flight mode” with Bluetooth activated.

  • When shown your allocated seat, stay in your allocated seat.

  • At the end of the show, leave the venue when instructed by staff.

What we are doing to ensure you are COVIDSafe at The Flying Nun:

  • Capping our audience at 50 people per show.

  • Ensuring that artists and staff are well before they start work.

  • Sanitising all furniture and touchpoints prior to each opening.

  • Reducing the size of our foyer bar to deter loitering.

  • Reconfiguring our venue to manage physical distancing.

  • Ensuring a 1.5m distance between stage and the audience.

You can request a copy of our COVID-Safe Plan is available for review via email to: staysafe@brandx.org.au

Exchanges and refunds

Brand X is happy to exchange your purchased tickets for another night within the same shows season (Friday or Saturday). We are also happy to refund your tickets if you are no longer able to attend (minus transaction fees of 1.75% + 30c) if you feel unwell and need to stay home due to COVID-19. Please contact us via the email on your receipt to arrange a refund prior to the commencement of the show.

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