by John Harrison, Con Costi and Michael Costi
presented by bAKEHOUSE Theatre
FEBRUARY 2018 | WORLD PREMIERE
+ SOLD OUT SEASON +
“The Doctor will see you now”. An old-school Sanitorium. A revolutionary new pharmaceutical. And a quest for eternal life.
The surprise sold-out hit of Vivid 2016 returns, updated and extended in a New and Improved Formula! Visiting Hours is a mind-bending immersive experience that sees the Kings Cross Hotel re-imagined as an off the grid medical facility run by an enigmatic and dangerously obsessed doctor. The Doctor is back, and he has the cure for all ills. It's time to book in for your appointment.
"The performances from the surprisingly large cast – new performers keep appearing around every corner – are first-rate...sublimely beautiful in performance, lighting and sound design" Ben Neutze
★★★★ Time Out
"immersive theatre done to perfection" The Plus Ones
"meticulously staged ... otherworldly. It’s quite a trip" Jason Blake, Audrey Journal
directed by: John Harrison & Michael Dean
with: Arisa Yura, Cheyne Fynn, Derbail Kinsella, Elijah Williams, Emma White, Heather Prowse, Jasper Garner Gore, Jim McCrudden, Joshua McElroy, Katherine Shearer, Keiren Brereton, Kianah Marlena, Laura Djanegara, Mansoor Noor, Monica Sayers, Nicole Wineberg, Rebecca Claire Moret, Richard Hilliar, Rose Costi, Sarah Evans, Sheila Kumar, Suz Mawer, Tara Clark, Tom McCracken, Yannick Lawry
Production Design: Anna Gardiner; Lighting Design:Benjmin Brockman; Sound Design: Tegan Nicholls; Production Manager: Andrew McMartin; Producer: Suzanne Millar Production Imagery: Clare Hawley Trailer & Video: Byron Smith Graphics: Emily Elise
in partnership with KINGS CROSS HOTEL
production imagery: Clare Hawley
LAST MINUTE TICKET RUSH
Any returned tickets are made available for purchase each night from 6.30 pm as part of a last minute ticket rush. Please head to our temporary box office on William Street to put your name on the list. You must attend in person, $40 cash only. We can't promise anything but we have been able to find spots for a few people each evening.