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About the Show Less...

A drama which asks unanswerable questions about conscience and compassion in a disfigured world Read More >

Two illegal dock workers witness a woman drowning. Afraid of involving the police, they do not save her. Guilty or innocent?

A nocturnal city teams with social rejects, lost and disaffected human beings: an undertaker, a blind pole dancer, an embittered philosopher and the mother of a serial killer.

Innocence is a play created from loosely connected stories, mysteriously interwoven to create a disturbing, darkly comic, poignant and ultimately hopeful drama which asks unanswerable questions about conscience and compassion in a disfigured world.


Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 06/01/2010

Opening Night: 08/01/2010

Closing Night: 30/01/2010

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Cast & Creative


Ann Mitchell, Miranda Cook, Michael Fitzgerald, Alexander Gilmour, Chris Hannon, Caroline Kilpatrick, Meredith MacNeill, Nathantiel Martello-White, Okezie Morro, Ellen Sheean, Maggie Steed


Director - Helena Kaut-Howson

Designer - Lara Booth

Lighting Designer - Alex Wardle

Sound - Mark Thurston

Author - Dea Loher

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