Thomas Murray and the Upside Down River at Watershed

Thomas Murray & the Upside Down River

By Reg Cribb

A Stone Soup & Critical Stages Production

Saturday 24 March 7pm  (gates open 6pm, show commences 7pm)

The Murray family have been farming the land along the Darling River for five generations. For Tom Murray, it’s all he’s ever known. When his childhood friends Lucy and Billy reappear, deep friendships are tested, and secrets, long buried, are finally awakened – Tom must make the long journey down-stream to reconcile past wrongs and to fight for his wife.

Suitable for ages 15+.

From the multi-award winning screenwriter of Last Cab to Darwin comes a thrilling new Australian drama, brought to you by the producers and creative team behind Stones in his Pockets including Grant Cartwright in the title role (Barracuda).

“Big sky. Big river. Big betrayal. Big secrets exposed as the river recedes. Thomas Murray is a lot of play for your money.” Sydney Morning Herald, Jason Blake
“Grant Cartwright as Thomas Murray is wonderful. Understated, focused and riveting to watch…”Australian Stage

Performed outdoors in the magnificent setting of Watershed Margaret River.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Dinner and Show option – enjoy a simple dinner on the balcony prior to the performance – (your choice of slow cooked pork taco, crumbed Shark Bay Whiting or vegetarian taco). 

Seating will be provided or you can byo rug and/or low chairs. Strictly NO BYO alcohol. 

Tickets (Show only): Adult $47, Concession (Pension/Health Care Card) $42, Arts Hub Member $40, Youth $25

Dinner and Show option: Adult $61, Concession $56, Arts Hub Member $54, Youth $39 (Dinner from 6pm, Show commences 7pm)