A critically acclaimed modern tragedy, At What Cost is set in the state of Tasmania and follows the story of a young father and explores very difficult questions for Indigneous Australia. A compelling tale which has been met with rave reviews, At What Cost is certainly worth catching at the Belvoir Theatre.
Brought to us by Palawa man Nathan Maynard and Balnaves Fellow as well as being directed by Issac Drandic, At What Cost Is a provocative and awe-inspiring production which has been met with rave reviews. Grab your tickets now for an unforgettable theatrical experience and is exclusively showing at the Belvoir Theatre for a limited time only.
At What Cost tells the captivating and heart-rendering story of a young father and First Nations man Dan who is struggling to balance his responsibilities. Yet Dan hears that other people are claiming to be Palawa too who he hasnt heard of before or met locally. Dan then starts to question whether these people are truly legit or are they simply ‘tick-a-box’?
|Weekday (centre)||Weekend Evenings (centre)||Weekday Matinnee (centre)||Weekday Evenings + Sat Mat (Left/Right)||Weekend Evening (Left/Right)||Weekday Matinee (Left/Right)|
|Full Price||From $83||From $89||From $73||From $78||From $84||From $68|
|Mates Rates||From $73||From $79||From $63||From $73||From $79||From $63|
|Senior*||From $73||From $79||From $63||From $68||From $74||From $58|
|Concession||From $63||From $69||From $53||From $58||From $64||From $48|
|30-Down||From $61||From $51||From $58||From $46|
|Previews||From $56||From $56||From $51||From $51|
|Student Saver||From $48||From $38||From $43||From $33|
If you are looking for cheaper tickets, these can be found in the left and the right of the theatre as there is slightly restricted view of the stage.
There are several concession tickets available for At What Cost including Student Saver, Concession Tickets and Mates Rates.
Bookings of 10+ full price adult ticket will receive a $10 discount per ticket.
The At What Cost cast is made up of members Luke Carroll, Sandy Greenwood, Alex Malone and Guy Simone.
The Belvoir Theatre address is: 25 Belvoir St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
Car: there is parking available on the street close to the theatre but please note that there no onsite parking available.
There are a range of access services at the Belvoir Theatre including wheelchairs but it is worth letting the theatre know beforehand. There is also one accessible parking space next to the theatre.
The Belvoir Theatre also accepts companion cards which allows patrons’ companions to go to the theatre for free.
At What Cost is showing at the Belvoir Theatre, the Upstairs Theatre, from the 7th August -5th September 2021.
Saturday 2pm & 7.30pm
Thursday 1pm, 26 August
Saturday 7.30pm, 7 August
Sunday 6.30pm, 8 August
Tuesday 7.30pm, 10 August
Opening Night (Invitation Only)
Wednesday 7.30pm, 11 August
Thursday 1pm, 2 September
At What Cost the Play is made up of cast members Luke Carroll, Sandy Greenwood, Alex Malone and guy Simone.
Set in Tasmania, At What Cost the Play follows the story of a young father Dan who has a lot on his plate as he must balance his responsibilities to land and people. However, Dan notices that more people are claiming to be Palawa every year yet nobody has heard of them until no which raises questions around whether they are legit and how to decide.
At What Cost the Play was written by Nathan Maynard.
At What Cost the Play is showing at the Belvoir Theatre.
At What Cost the Play was directed by Issac Drandic.
At What Cost the Play is showing at the Belvoir Theatre from 7th August - 5th September.
The running time has not yet been announced.
25 Belvoir St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia, Surry Hills1
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