NOSFERATUTU or Bleeding At The Ballet



Sheridan Harbridge | Written by Tommy Bradson
Running Time: 
65 mins (no interval)
Chris Bendall | Critical Stages
22 Aug - 23 Aug 2017
Patrons’ advice: 
Mild Coarse Language. Strobe Lighting
From the minds and mouths of multi-award winning raconteurs Sheridan Harbridge and Tommy Bradson, NOSFERATUTU is an outrageous and wild ride across the most sublime arias in history.
A ballet is about to begin. Backstage the dancer stretches. An usher closes the door and the lights make their slow descent to darkness. The air is electric, and the audience - hungry for show. The applause begins, and somewhere near the front, clapping so hard his hands hurt, is a vampire.
Part-vaudeville, part-cabaret, part-ballet, part-operetta and part-blood-bath, NOSFERATUTU is a musical meditation on art, beauty and solitude through the ages.
“Nosferatutu is full of joy and madness, meta-theatricality and genre in-jokes. On one level its nonsense and hijinks, on another it's deconstructing theatre, the vampire and dance genres, storytelling, even gender. FOUR STARS”. TimeOut Sydney
Gather your mums* group for a fun outing to the Theatre! Free crèche from 10:30am till 12:30pm and complimentary drink on arrival - matinee showing, 11am Wednesday 23 August only. Places are limited! 

*Dads, grandparents and carers welcome too! 

22 Aug - 8:15 pm
23 Aug - 11:00 am
23 Aug - 8:15 pm