Swipe right on a night of variety with Ballarat National Theatre for the best first date of your life – and one that just might be your last!

Get yourself some tickets and chill this winter, with a smorgasbord of short plays and monologues that explore a theme that touches every single one of them.

They’re offering 10 separate courses by local and international writers that touch on the joys of life, the crushing inevitability of our mortality, and the curiosity and absurdity of death.

Featuring one act play The Death of Ellen Moore, written and directed by Jon Amesbury, we are showcasing brutal comedies to heart-breaking dramas and everything in between.

The talents of their actors and directors will make you laugh until you cry and just, well, cry.

Put on your glad rags, because Death waits for no-one, not even the hottest date in town!

Ballarat National Theatre has been performing community theatre since 1938.

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Dates & Times
  • Fri 5 Jul 7pm–10pm
  • Sat 6 Jul 7pm–10pm
  • Sun 7 Jul 4pm–7pm
  • Wed 10 Jul 7pm–10pm
  • Thu 11 Jul 7pm–10pm
  • Fri 12 Jul 7pm–10pm
  • Sat 13 Jul 7pm–10pm
  • Sun 14 Jul 4pm–7pm

Accessibility Information

  • Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance. (This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids)
  • Caters for people who use a wheelchair.

  • Fri 5 Jul 7pm–10pm
  • Sat 6 Jul 7pm–10pm
  • Sun 7 Jul 4pm–7pm

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106 Albert Street, Sebastopol VIC 3356

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Accessibility Information

  • Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance. (This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids)
  • Caters for people who use a wheelchair.

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