Warrnambool | A City for Living


Member exclusive booking period until Thursday 16 December 2021. GP sales available from 11.30am, Friday 17 December 2021.

Presented By: Red Line Productions & Critical Stages Touring

An unflinching examination of masculinity, abuse, and power in the place we feel safest - our homes.

The audience is taken on an unflinching journey through the lives of multiple women in both familiar and terrifying situations.

At 22, on a date on the Gold Coast. At 31, moving into an apartment in Albert Park, or at 40, happily married with a nine-year-old son living in Campsie.

These very different worlds share an identical space; our homes. From the mind of critically-acclaimed writer Steve Rodgers, comes this astonishing new play that boldly explores the issue of violence against women.

Directed by Blazey Best, featuring strikingly beautiful sound design by Tegan Nicholls and original composition by iOTA, King of Pigs reveals the nature of power, the way men abuse it, and the lives of the women who live through the lies.

Artistic Credits:

Written By Steve Rodgers
Director Blazey Best
Sound Designer Tegan Nicholls
Lighting Designer Verity Hampson
Set & Costume Designer Isabel Hudson
Original Composition by iOTA

“It is disturbing, thrilling and fascinating. Recommended without reservation.” 4 Stars - Stage Noise

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70 minutes no interval

03 5559 4999

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Lighthouse Theatre wishes to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we meet, the Peek Whurrong people of the Gunditjmara/Maar Nation.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to all Indigenous people visiting and performing in our venue.