SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3rd IS NOW SOLD OUT!
NB: Friday November 2 performance commences at 8.00pm - not 7.30pm!
Note: Internet sales for this event are not posted. Collect your tickets from the venue anytime from 1 hour before commencement time OR from Centertainment at 53 Elizabeth Mall up to the day before the performance.
Internet Sales close at 4.00pm on the day of performance for Wed, Thu and Fri performances and at 12 noon on Saturday for Saturday's performance.
Presented by the Tasmanian Theatre Company
In 1988 more than one hundred arrests were made at Salamanca Market when the Tasmanian Gay Law Reform Group defied a ban on a stall that featured petitions to decriminalise sexual activity between consenting adult males in private. The arrests lit the spark for a campaign to change a law in Tasmania that was the most draconian in the Western world in terms of its penalty and, by the time of its repeal, the last of its kind in Australia.
From candid interviews with the people who were there, Campion Decent has fashioned a gripping account of Tasmania’s decades-long gay law reform campaign; the venomous parliamentary debates and public meetings, the individual acts of bravery and humour amidst the hurt, and the dogged march to a landmark United Nations ruling that had far-reaching repercussions in the Federal and Tasmanian Parliaments and the High Court of Australia.
Honest, raw and urgent, The Campaign chronicles Tasmania’s journey from exclusion to inclusion, from opposition to acceptance, and from hatred to embrace.
Writer – Campion Decent. Director – Matt Scholten. Cast – includes Robert Jarman
Peacock Theatre, 77 Salamanca Place, Hobart.
Dates and Times:
Saturday November 3 at 7.30pm (SOLD OUT)
*Champion Adult $39.00
*Champion Senior $30.00
*Champion Concession $25.00
*These prices only available by telephoning Centertainment on (03) 6234 5998 and providing Champion membership number.
(NB: Internet Booking Fees apply.)
100 minutes (No interval)