A MASTERPIECE OF WORLD FICTION.
PRESENTED AS PART OF PERTH FESTIVAL.
A once-in-a-generation chance to see Tim Winton’s award-winning novel on stage.
Follow the lives of two families, the Lambs and the Pickles, over two decades in post-war Perth. Together they share an old house at number one Cloud Street haunted by a dark history. Cloudstreet is packed full of heart and hardship.
The Lambs and the Pickles aren’t your average counter lunch. While the feckless Pickles love drinking and betting, the Lambs are God-fearing and hard-working. Over the years their lives become entwined in ways they couldn’t have imagined.
After breaking box office records in Melbourne, we are proud to bring this epic new production of Cloudstreet home – a story born of our city. Directed by Perth born-and-raised Matthew Lutton, with a cast of 12, including Bert LaBonté (Book of Mormon), Alison Whyte (Seachange, Frontline) and Arielle Gray (Picnic at Hanging Rock) this re-imagined epic experience will be the Perth Festival highlight of 2020.
Part 1 - 80mins
Meal Interval - 80mins
Parts 2 - 90mins
Interval - 20mins
Part 3 - 55mins
Total - 5 hours 25 minutes
ADULT: $89 (C-Reserve) - $149 (Premium)
CONCESSION: $69 (C-Reserve) - $109 (A-Reserve)
STUDENTS: $39 (B and C Reserve Only)
Pricing and ticketing information available here.
Part of your Cloudstreet experience includes an 80-minute dinner interval at approximately the following times for each show:
6:00pm show - 7:20pm
12:00pm show - 1:20pm
2:00pm show - 3:20pm
To make your night even more enjoyable, we have teamed up with Brookfield Place to offer all Cloudstreet ticket holders 15% off the bill at participating restaurants inside Brookfield Place and 108 St Georges Tce. Bookings are essential and you must quote 'Cloudstreet' when making the booking. Visit Broofield Places' website here to view their options.
(Please note - restaurants at Brookfield Place are not open on Sundays. For those joining us for our Sunday shows, there will be a small selection of in-house menu options available at His Majesty’s Theatre and others at local restaurants nearby.)
- Arielle Gray
- Brenna Harding
- Natasha Herbert
- Keegan Joyce
- Bert LaBonté
- Ebony McGuire
- Mikayla Merks
- Ian Michael
- Benjamin Oakes
- Scott Sheridan
- Greg Stone
- Alison Whyte
- Director: Matthew Lutton
- Set & Costume Designer: Zoë Atkinson
- Lighting Designer: Paul Jackson
- Sound Designer: J. David Franzke
- Composer: Elizabeth Drake
- Associate Director: Katt Osborne