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November
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Picasso’s Women

November 26 @ 7:30 pm - December 5 @ 2:00 pm

Harbour Theatre presents

“Picasso’s Women”

A drama written by Brian McAvera
Directed by Jarrod Buttery

Venue:  Camelot (indoor theatre)
16 Lochee St, Mosman Park 

Performance Dates:  November 26, 27, 28*, December 1, 3, 4, 5*

Times:  All evening shows at 7.30pm, *except Sundays at 2pm

Tickets:  $25.50 Full, $23.50 Concession, $20.50 F/T Students,
Groups 10+ @ $20 each
transaction fee applies

Bookings:  TAZ Tix  9255 3336  or Book Online

“When Pablo paints, he paints with other people’s blood.”

Pablo Picasso — the most influential artist of the 20th Century — was married twice but had many muses and mistresses.
Picasso’s Women explores the lives of three of the most prominent women.   

The play is a collection of honest, brutal, erotic, and humorous monologues that pull no punches.  

The 2000 play allows Fernande Olivier, Françoise Gilot and Jacqueline Roque to give their point of view and uncover their buried histories while relating their lives to Picasso’s art. 

The show respectfully depicts these real women who lived through some of the most tumultuous years of the 1900s with three exceptionally talented actresses bringing these women’s lives to stage. They’re strong, three-dimensional and real-life historical figures who shared their lives with one of the most famous men of the past century. 

Coincidently, Françoise Gilot, who had two children with Picasso is still alive, she will celebrate her 100th birthday on November 26, which happens to be opening night.

Featuring:  Melissa Merchant, Anna Head & Sheryl Spencer.

Media Release – click here

Reviews:
> Gordon The Optum – click here

 

A message from Harbour Theatre: Re Covid Requirements –  Harbour Theatre is following the current guidelines set out by the WA State Government and WA Health Department. During Covid restriction times Harbour Theatre reserves the right to either limit seating or adjust patrons seating to allow best practice and requirements.
The safety of our audience members is our highest priority. Patrons will be required to scan the WASafe QR code from their smart phones on arrival or fill out the attendance sheet on check in. All of these requirements will be reviewed again as per government recommendations.


Wheelchair & Companion Card holders please phone to make your booking.

Venue:  Camelot (indoor theatre)
16 Lochee St, Mosman Park 

Performance Dates: November 26, 27, 28*, December 1, 3, 4, 5*

Times:  All evening shows at 7.30pm, *except Sundays at 2pm,

Please arrive at the box office to check in
Bar: 
Cash/Card
Intermission:  Tea, coffee, biscuits available – gold coin donation.
Raffle
Show program $2.50

Tickets: 
$25.50 Full, $23.50 Concession, $20.50 F/T Students,

Groups 10+ @ $20 each
Transaction fee applies

Book Online Here  or phone TAZ Tix on 9255 3336

Please Note:  Best online booking experience is by using the Google Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Edge browsers.

Payment and Ticket Printing:   On completion of your booking you will receive a payment confirmation email from Paypal (secure payment gateway).
Payment is by visa, mastercard credit or debit card (select pay by card), or alternatively you can use your paypal account if you have one.
You will receive a second email from TicketThis which will contain a link that you can click if you choose to view / print tickets.
Any queries please call TAZ Tix on 9255 3336

At Harbour Theatre you do not need to print tickets. When you arrive at the theatre you need to check-in at the box office, as they need to know you’ve arrived. Your booking is under the name of the person who placed the booking and tickets have been prepared for you to collect on check-in.

Details
Venue
Venue Name: Harbour Theatre @ Camelot
Address: 16 Lochee St
Mosman Park, Western Australia 6012 Australia

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Organizer
Organizer Name: Harbour Theatre
Phone: 92553336