A new theatre work created by Tantrum’s Trajectory Ensemble in collaboration with David Williams.
A dinner party on Federal Election Night 2019 at a share house in Maitland NSW.

Four young women meet to share food and stories, to dance and celebrate a nation on the brink of transformation. On the menu: Piping hot Potatoes a la Dutton with a side of Malcolm Tabouli.
On the TV: Senator Penny Wong is interrupted for the eighth time.

Throughout the night, the political becomes personal. Optimism mixes with apathy, feminism mixes with fury, and disappointment mixes with vegan chocolate cake.

It’s Don’s Party meets Top Girls. In Maitland, Australia in 2019.

Created by Tantrum’s Trajectory Ensemble in collaboration with David Williams, Sorry to Cut You Off, Penny is a new theatre work about four young women and one election night they may want to forget.

Audience Advice:
This production contains coarse language, sexual references and adult themes.
Recommended for audiences 15 years+

Created by: Alana McGaughey, Meg O’Hara, Phoebe Turnbull and Daynah Simmons in collaboration with David Williams.
Performed by: Alana McGaughey, Meg O’Hara, Phoebe Turnbull and Daynah Simmons.

Tickets on sale now:

PACT, Sydney: 4 – 7 September, 2019, 7PM
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Civic Theatre Playhouse, Newcastle: 11 – 14 September, 2019, 8PM
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Civic Theatre Playhouse (Newcastle)
Access: The Civic Theatre Playhouse is an accessible facility. There is lift access to the venue and accessible bathrooms onsite. Box Office staff allocate wheelchair accessible tickets – these are not able to be booked online. Please speak to Box Office Staff. Designated public parking spaces are available in the Wright Lane carpark for Mobility Parking Scheme permit holders.
Transport + Parking: The light rail stops opposite the venue at Civic Station.
Parking options include Civic West Parking Station, Wharf Road Carpark, Wright Lane Carpark, Civic Car Park and on-street metered parking.

PACT (Sydney)
Access: PACT is an accessible space with a small ramp at the entrance, flat floors throughout and dedicated wheelchair accessible toilet and accessible street parking (non-dedicated).
The closest accessible train station is Newtown Train Station (15 mins).
Transport + Parking: Unlimited free parking available on Railway Parade and the 355 Bus Stop is 250m from venue.

For more information, go to www.tantrum.org.au.