Give more children with disability extraordinary performing arts experiences

Performance dates & times

3 - 13 October

Thursday 3 Oct
7:30 PM
Friday 4 Oct
7:30 PM
Saturday 5 Oct
7:30 PM
Sunday 6 Oct
5:00 PM
Monday 7 Oct
7:30 PM
Wednesday 9 Oct
7:30 PM
Thursday 10 Oct
7:30 PM*
Friday 11 Oct
7:30 PM
Saturday 12 Oct
2:00 PM, 7:30 PM
Sunday 13 Oct
5:00 PM

*Auslan Interpreted

Running Time 1 hour 30 minutes, no interval

Price range

Buy as part of a Melbourne International Arts Festival package and save!*
3+ Package – book 3 or more eligible Festival shows in one transaction and receive 15% off the standard ticket price.
Matinee Package – book 3 or more eligible Festival matinees in one transaction and pay $40 per ticket.
*All package prices are subject to availability and are applicable to A Reserve seating only.

Standard
$59.00
Concessions*
$49.00
Groups 8+*
$53.10

*Concession and Group prices subject to availability in selected pricing reserves

All online orders are subject to a Service Charge of up to $8.95 per order, plus any optional additional postage charges

Arts Centre Melbourne Members do not pay the $8.95 Service Charge when booking tickets online. Join today to enjoy this saving and other benefits of membership!

While school friends were battling exams, hormones and curfews, Cora Bissett was an indie pop hopeful. Even the loftiest teen dreams come crashing down.

In a tiny corner of Scotland circa 1992, a restless teenager perusing the local paper came across those age-old words: Band Seeks Singer. What followed was a record deal that launched Bissett’s band Darlingheart into the stratosphere. In a matter of moments its young members went from worrying about school concerts to touring with Radiohead and Blur.

Twenty-five years later Bissett returns to the spotlight with an arresting snapshot of youth blown to global proportions. What Girls Are Made Of tries to make sense of the waves they rode – both highs and lows. Now a mother, the legacy Bissett leaves behind is all the more urgent.

Theatre rarely comes with a setlist like this. With the live band performing songs by the women that carried Bissett’s ambitions – from PJ to Patti to Dolly – this cavorting portrait of a life well-lived is bound to inspire new generations to follow suit.


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