Your Safety & Wellbeing

Performance dates & times

From 21 July

Wednesdays
1:00 PM, 7:30 PM
Thursdays & Fridays
7:30 PM
Saturdays
2:00 PM, 7:30 PM
Sundays
1:00 PM, 6:00 PM

Running Time 90 minutes (no interval)

Price range

This event has gone on sale according to current Victorian COVIDSafe guidelines. There is a limit of 6 tickets per transaction.

If you wish to purchase more than 6 tickets, please contact the Box Office:
1300 182 183
Monday to Friday
9:30am – 4:30pm

Tuesday – Thursday evenings & Sunday 6pm

Adult
$79.00 – $119.00
Concession*
$79.00
Junior 2–17 yrs*
$79.00
Schools**
$59.00

Wednesday Matinee

Adult
$79.00 – $109.00
Concession*
$79.00
Junior 2–17 yrs*
$79.00
Schools**
$59.00

Friday – Saturday evenings, Saturday 2pm & Sunday 1pm

Adult
$89.00 – $129.00
Concession*
$89.00
Junior 2–17 yrs*
$89.00

*Available in A Reserve only. Concessions apply to Pension and Senior card-holders.

**Available in B Reserve only.


Online orders may be 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!

Australian theatre royalty, Robyn Nevin gives the performance of her career in this critically acclaimed play by Christopher Hampton and directed by Neil Armfield.

The hit of the 2021 Adelaide Festival, A German Life is a theatrical tour de force about one ordinary woman’s extraordinary experiences during the Second World War.

In this Australian premiere, Robyn Nevin plays Brunhilde Pomsel, an unassuming woman with good shorthand skills who, almost by chance, came to work in Joseph Goebbels’ Propaganda Ministry. Innocent or culpable? That’s the question at the heart of A German Life, a searching play that probes confronting questions for contemporary audiences.

 

Your safety and wellbeing

Face masks must be worn indoors at all times. Children aged 12 and under are exempt. Our indoor venues are operating at up to 100% capacity so you may be seated next to other patrons. Read more about our COVIDSafe measures

 


Originally produced by Adelaide Festival and The Gordon Frost Organisation

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