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An Inconvenient Woman

  • Green Shed 41 Evans St Hobart, TAS, 7000 Australia (map)

Note: Internet sales close at 4.00pm on the day of performance for Tue, Wed, Thu & Fri performances and 12 noon on Sat for Saturday performances. Tickets are not posted for this event. Tickets are available for collection from the venue from approximately 1 hour before each performance or from Centertainment at 53 Elizabeth Mall up to the day before the performance.


Tasmanian Theatre Company presents


A man disappears. A woman is convicted. The case divides a state.

An Inconvenient Woman does not make any judgment about Susan Neill-Fraser’s guilt or innocence, but asks probing questions about a judicial system under the spotlight.

On Australia Day, 2009, Bob Chappell went missing from his yacht Four Winds. On 20 August his partner of 20 years, Susan Neill-Fraser, was arrested for his murder.

With no body, no forensic evidence connecting the accused and no clear motive presented, the case has divided the public and raised much conjecture in and outside the courtrooms of Tasmania and beyond.

Theatre thrives on controversy, intrigue and mystery. This true story is brought to the stage by playwright Brian Peddie with dramaturgy by Aiden Fennessy.

Occasional strong language and mature themes.

Executive Producer Mark Blumer
Writer Brian Peddie    
Director Aiden Fennessy  
Assistant Director Melissa King

Cast Joe Clements, Anne Cordiner, Craig Irons, Maeve Mhairi MacGregor, Jeff Michel

Pop Up Theatre No. 9
Green Shed, 41 Evans Street, Macquarie Point, Hobart

Date and Time:
Saturday November 4 at 8.15pm (Internet Sales have now closed)

Adults $49.00
Concession $30.00
Senior $40.00
(NB: Internet Booking Fees apply)
NB TTC Members please telephone Centertainment on 6234 5998 for discounted prices.

70 Minutes (No Interval)

Earlier Event: September 30
One Man, Two Guvnors
Later Event: November 18
Playing the Palace