Performance dates & times

Previews: 1 - 6 November

Friday 1 Nov
8:00 PM
Saturday 2 Nov
8:00 PM
Monday 4 Nov
8:00 PM
Tuesday 5 Nov
8:00 PM
Wednesday 6 Nov
8:00 PM

Opening Night: 7 November

Thursday 7 Nov
8:00 PM

Season: 8 November - 14 December

Mondays
6:30 PM
Tuesdays
6:30 PM
Wednesdays
1:00 PM & 8:00 PM
Thursdays
8:00 PM
Fridays
8:00 PM
Saturdays
2:00 PM & 8:00 PM

Accessible Performances

Audio Described Performance, Tactile Tour

Saturday 23 November
2:00 PM

Audio Described Performance

Tuesday 26 November
6:30 PM

Captioned Performance

Saturday 30 November
2:00 PM

Running Time TBC

Price range

*Concession prices available for full time students and pensioners

^Seniors' prices available only on Wednesday matinees

Preview & Wednesday Matinee

Standard
From $87.00
Concession*
From $68.00
Senior^
From $80.00
Group 8+
From $80.00
Youth
From $43.00

Monday - Thursday Evening

Standard
From $101.00
Concession*
From $93.00
Group 8+
From $93.00
Youth
From $50.00

Friday - Saturday

Standard
From $107.00
Concession*
From $98.00
Group 8+
From $98.00
Youth
From $53.00

All online orders are subject to a Service Charge of up to $8.50 per order, plus any optional additional postage charges

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Rosalind Franklin was one of the great scientists of the 20th Century. In 1952 she used X-ray diffraction photography to examine the intricate structure of DNA, but her trail-blazing work was never recognised.

The scientific establishment at King’s College London simply could not cope with her genius, her self-confidence or her stern disregard for authority. Threatened by her brilliance, Franklin’s rivals scandalously stole her research and were awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering the double helix.

A massive hit on the West End, Anna Ziegler’s Photograph 51 relives the chase to find ‘the secret of life’ amidst all the inherent ambition, sexism and isolation of the 1950s, while shining a spotlight on an unsung hero. This intriguing new play is a moving portrait of a brilliant British scientist, and a delicate exploration of what is sacrificed in the pursuit of science, love and a place in history.

MTC favourite Nadine Garner (The Doctor Blake Mysteries) returns to the stage as the fiercely independent Rosalind Franklin, directed by Pamela Rabe (Jumpy) for this Australian Premiere production.


Cast

Cast includes
Nadine Garner

Credits

Director
Pamela Rabe

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