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Ladies in Black – Exclusive Discounted Ticket Offer

Data: 25 Feb - 18 Mar 2017
Time: Various, see website for details on dates

Friday and Saturday Evenings
A Reserve $83.31 B Reserve $76.16
Tuesday evenings, Sunday mattinees & Sunday evenings
A Reserve $76.16 B Reserve $72.39

Exclusive Discounted Ticket Offer



The Collins Street Precinct in conjunction with the Regent Theatre and Mariners are offering the Collins Street Precinct Members and Friends discounted tickets to “Ladies in Black

This is a Value Added Offer only for members and friends of Collins Street and can also be used as a reward for your VIP or Good Clients.

With a dash of delicate comedy, Ladies in Black is a magical modern-day fairy tale set in a stylish department store – F.G. Goode – in a city on the cusp of becoming cosmopolitan: Sydney is crossing the threshold between the stuffy repression of the 1950s and the glorious liberation of the 1960s.

Donning a distinguished black dress, the bright-eyed, bookish school leaver Lisa is about to join the ranks on the sales floor of the city’s most prestigious department store – temporarily, of course. Her domineering dad intends to railroad her into a career as a secretary, but Lisa has grander schemes in mind.

In that summer of innocence, a world of possibilities opens up as she befriends the colourful denizens of the women’s frocks department – there’s Patty, embroiled in her marital strife; the lovelorn and unlucky Fay; and the exotic, compelling European refugee, Magda, mysterious mistress of the model gowns, who takes Lisa under her wing. From the Christmas rush to the chaos of the sales, these women stand shoulder to padded shoulder and together learn lessons in life, love and longing – and at the end, it’s not just the fancy frocks that are forever altered.

Book by Carolyn Burns, music and lyrics by Tim Finn based on Madeleine St John’s popular 1993 novel, The Women in Black. From the director of North by Northwest, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, and The Drowsy Chaperone.


9639 4078


191-197 Collins Street, Melbourne