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Darlinghurst Theatre Company

Let The Right One In

When

Mondays and Wednesdays to Saturdays, 7:30pm to 10pm Tuesdays, 6:30pm to 9pm Sundays, 1pm to 3:30pm Thursday 6 October to Sunday 20 November Except Monday 10 October, Monday 17 October, Monday 24 October, Monday 31 October, Monday 7 November and Monday 14 November

Cost

Starting from: $54

A visceral stage adaptation of the best-selling Swedish novel and film, Let The Right One In is a modern-day horror story with a twist.

Oskar is a lonely, bullied teenager who lives with his mother in a bleak apartment building on the edge of town. Eli just moved in next door – she doesn’t go to school and never leaves her flat. They quickly become unlikely friends, but when a series of grisly unexplained murders plague the neighbourhood, their friendship is tested beyond all imaginable limits.

Directed by Alexander Berlage (American Psycho) and superbly crafted for the stage by Jack Thorne, the award-winning writer of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, this blood-thirsty thriller will set your heart racing with its shocking conclusion.

★★★★★ 'Unforgettable. Explosive. One of the most original shows of the year' - The Observer

★★★★★ 'Exquisitely beautiful’ - The Guardian

★★★★ ‘A full-blooded, gorgeously realised love story that retains its humanity even in its most feral moments’ - Time Out

*Recommended for adults and fearless teenagers ages 15 and up

Covid-safe information

Masks required inside the venue unless eating or drinking.

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