by Richard Tulloch & Robin Klein
Directed by Cale MacLaren & Kane Lach
Hating Alison Ashley is a raucous family comedy exploring the meaningful themes of judgement, belonging, and true friendship, in a light-hearted and relevant adaptation of the classic Australian novel. Following the story of Erica Yurken navigating life as a tween in suburban Australia, the play showcases the hilarious drama of her first school camp and the realisation of her dream to become an actress.
A lasting classic, the story of Hating Alison Ashley explores what it really means to embrace your true identity and realise that there is more than one way to lead a ‘rich’ life.
Let yourself be carried away in this childhood exploration of purpose, relevance and worth. Just don’t be late for class!
Note: Full price listed is for a family pass. This includes tickets for 2 adults and 2 children. The system defaults to a single ticket. Please select the number of tickets you want from the ticket field if you would like more than 1 ticket
Shows (Gold & Bronze Membership)
13/08/2019 7.30pm until 13/08/2019 9.30pm | Admin Fee $15.00 | Book Tickets
14/08/2019 7.30pm until 14/08/2019 9.30pm | Admin Fee $15.00 | Book Tickets
17/08/2019 1.00pm until 17/08/2019 3.00pm | Admin Fee $15.00 | Book Tickets
17/08/2019 5.00pm until 17/08/2019 7.00pm | Admin Fee $15.00 | Book Tickets
Knox Community Arts Centre
Cnr Mountain Hwy &, Scoresby Rd