PRESENTED BY / Share House Theatre Company
WHEN / 7.30pm 5th – 7th April & 1.00pm 7th April 2018
VENUE / The Lumen Room, Metro Arts – 109 Edward St Brisbane
TICKETS / General Admission $28.00,
JANE AND KEL GO TO HELL, a new play by young Brisbane writer, Steve Pirie (Escape From Break-up Forest, Return to the Dirt). Co-directed by Pirie and Maddie Nixon, this coming-of-age comedy is what Broad City and Stranger Things would look like, wrapped up together with Dante’s Inferno.
Jane and Kel need a new housemate, Roy seems perfect. Quiet, non-judgemental, barely around.
But he only has one song on his phone that he listens to constantly. He stands completely still for hours at a time. He seems to appear out of nowhere, and he is way too pleasant for his own good. Kel is willing to put her arse on the line to say that Roy isn’t right. He’s not human. Jane quite literally can’t afford to lose him. Besides, it’s not like he’s a demon or anything?
Except that he is, and he’s dragged Jane to hell.
Now it’s up to Kel to find her way to the underworld before Jane’s soul is lost forever – and before the next house inspection.
Starring Kayla Robinson, Emma Black, Daniel Simpson, Ben Warren, and Lara Rix.
WARNING / May include swearing or offensive language and adult themes. Suitable for 15+
*Ticket registrations close at 4pm on the day of the show. (Or 11am for matinee) Once registration has closed for the day, additional tickets remaining for the session will be available to purchase at Box Office. A $2.20 booking fee applies to each ticket. ID must be shown to box office staff when collecting tickets. Full box office information.