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A Streetcar Named Desire

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A Streetcar Named Desire – 2 June to 30 September


By Tennessee Williams

A Streetcar Named Desire is one of the most critically acclaimed and extraordinary plays of the twentieth century. Ready yourselves for a sizzling night out.

After losing her family home and prosperous life, former southern belle Blanche Dubois moves into the shabby apartment of her younger sister Stella and her husband Stanley Kowalski in a poor neighbourhood in New Orleans.

Blanche and Stanley take an immediate dislike to one another. The conflict between them heats up as Blanche attempts to convince her sister to leave her abusive husband. Tensions mount with tragic consequences for Blanche.

*Advisory warning – this performance contains scenes that some people may find upsetting.

Show timings


Start 2pm

Interval 3.30pm

Finish 4.35pm


Start 8pm

Interval 9.30pm

Finish 10.35pm

  • Deirdre Davis Head Shot

    Deirdre Davis

  • Jack Ward Head Shot

    Jack Ward

  • A persons headshot with them in the centre towards camera

    Keith Macpherson

  • Kirsty Stuart Head Shot

    Kirsty Stuart

  • Kristin Weichen Wong Head Shot

    Kristin Weichen Wong

  • Marc Small Head Shot

    Marc Small

  • Matthew Churcher Head Shot

    Matthew Churcher

  • Matthew Trevannion Head Shot

    Matthew Trevannion

  • Nalini Chetty Head Shot

    Nalini Chetty

  • Oliver Cookson Head Shot

    Oliver Cookson

  • Patricia Panther Head Shot

    Patricia Panther

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