Enjoy the ultimate night out with The Sapphires at Wyndham Cultural Centre and a special dining experience at Wolf on Watton!
Catch up with friends and enjoy glass of bubbles to take into the show, plus a grazing table of blue swimmer crab rolls, a selection of cheeses, truffled ricotta tartlets and more to enjoy at Wolf on Watton prior to the performance.
This special Wolf on Watton package is an additional $25 with your Sapphires ticket.
Soak up the atmosphere at Wolf on Watton (90A Watton Street) from 6pm before the show starts at 7.30pm (Wyndham Cultural Centre doors open from 6.30pm).
About the Show
Written by Indigenous Australian playwright Tony Briggs, who is the son of one of the real-life Sapphires, The Sapphires is a musical comedy that follows the true heat-warming story of four young Aboriginal Yorta Yorta women in 1960s Australia who travel to Vietnam to sing to the troops.
Wearing sequins and armed only with microphones they find themselves trying to spread joy in the hell that is the Vietnam War.
The Sapphires is an energetic, fun and engaging play that affirms life and the realisation of dreams.
“Go see this for the magnificent music, fascinating story, and to support a group of brilliant First Nations talent.” (Stage Whispers)
“Sheer enjoyment. The Sapphires is a fun show with loads of appeal.” (The Age)
Written & Directed by Tony Briggs
140 minutes including interval
Tickets (including package and show): Full $75, Concession $55 and Under 30s $25