Season three of Brighton Theatre Company kicks off tonight with the Garden of Granddaughters, written by Stephen Sewell and directed by Andrew Ferguson.
The latest play from the local theatre company explores themes of family and creativity, childhood dreams and adult emotions, through the lens of three generations unexpectedly brought together.
When famous conductor Max and his wife pay an unexpected visit on their wayward daughters (with their own daughters) in Melbourne, three generations come together to learn a few lessons about life and art – not least of all, Max himself.
This contemporary play is an insightful and amusing exploration of what poses creative value.
Support local theatre in Brighton and get along to this excellent production of an iconic Australian play.
Dates: August 17 – September 2
Performance times: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2.15pm and 8pm, Sundays at 2.15pm
Location: Brighton Arts and Cultural Centre, corner of Wilson and Carpenter streets, Brighton
Cost: $23 adults; $21 concession; $19 per person for group bookings of 20 or more
Buy tickets online here or phone 1300 752 126.