Tuesday 02 March 2021, 7.30pm
Red Stitch Actors' Theatre and Critical Stages Touring


BY Jane Bodie
MUSIC & LYRICS by Mark Seymour

A play about a family, the land and being the one who stays.

Written by multi-award winning playwright Jane Bodie, LAMB is a touchingly beautiful play with songs, featuring original music by Mark Seymour (Hunters and Collectors).

LAMB follows two generations of family, set on an Australian sheep farm. A bittersweet story of Annie, Kathleen and Patrick, three siblings born onto their parents’ property,LAMB explores the lies and secrets kept, loves lost and opportunities missed. 

Told with subtlety and humour, LAMB spans 40 years, telling an intimate story of one family and rural life. Mark Seymour’s exquisite original songs feature as part of the story throughout the production.

’…elegantly crafted three-hander delivers.’ –  The Age

Ticketing Information

Tickets are not refundable. Refunds are only available as per the Live Performance Australia Ticketing Code of Practice. You have the right to a refund if the event to which you purchased an authorised ticket to is cancelled, rescheduled (and you cannot attend the rescheduled event) or significantly relocated. Dubbo Regional Theatre does not give refunds under any circumstances, such as changing your mind, sickness or holidays. 

This is a DRTCC show and the ticket prices are set by the DRTCC.  

This show is currently only available as part of a 2021 Subscription (a selection of 3 or more shows). Subscription period ends Friday 29 January 2021 at 4.30pm and individual tickets go on sale at the Box Office from Monday 1 February 2021 at 9.30am.

Contact DRTCC Box Office:
(02) 6801 4378 or
Box Office Opening Hours: 
9.30am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday and 1 hour prior to the show.

Age guide: 15+ years

Performance duration: 2 hours and 10 minutes (including 20 minute interval)

Subscribers $46.00

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