Presented by Metro Arts

By Alice Birch | Directed by Catarina Hebbard

This is a story of family, mental health, love, strong women, supportive men and so much more in between.

Not just a work about suicide, this heart-warming work investigates the hereditary nature of mental health specifically related to post-natal depression. Across three generations of women, we live their love, loss, grief, laughter and ultimately death.

Ten actors on stage across three eras; this is a big story told intimately.


★★★★★ “A rich, haunting, technically dazzling script.” 

Time Out



7:30pm, Tue 18 – Sat 29 May, 2021


New Benner Theatre
Metro Arts, West End


General Admission $42 + booking fee
Concession $35 + booking fee
Groups 6+ $35 + booking fee
Preview Tue 18 May $35 + booking fee

Booking fee $0.50 per ticket purchased


1hr 45mins 


Suitable for ages 15+. May contain coarse language, depictions of drug use and depictions of suicide / self-harm. Please note – a lockout period applies. Latecomers may be admitted at a suitable break in the performance. 

Image by Barbara Lowing November 2020 edited by Laura Bamford


Producers BC Productions QLD

Co-producers e.g. and Big Scary Animal

Director Catarina Hebbard

Assistant Director Oliver Hetherington-Page

Production Manager Laura Bamford

Stage Manager Angela Ponting

Lighting designer Christine Felmingham

Designer Raymond Milner

Cast Rebecca Alexander, Elise Greig, Zoe Houghton, Danny Murphy, Astrid Wells Cooper, Tom Yaxley, Jodie Le Vesconte, Stephen Geronimos, Nikhil Singh, Triona Giles.


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