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EXPLORE THE ROCKS

Top Girls by Caryl Churchill
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Written in London in 1982, asks questions about equality, feminism, wealth and family that are as pressing now as they were back then.

12 February to 24 March
Daily
(02) 9250 1777
Sydney Opera House
Bennelong Point
Sydney NSW
www.sydneytheatre.com.au

Saturday evening $108
Adult $103
Seniors cardholder $93
Concession $82
Under 30 $81
Preview $81
Group bookings (10+ people) $87

Marlene is unstoppable. She’s been promoted to the top job at a London employment agency and it’s time to celebrate! Her dinner party with famous female figures from throughout history is one of playwright Caryl Churchill’s wittiest and best-known scenes.

Whip-smart, funny, and ultimately very moving, Top Girls was written in London in 1982, with the cut-throat era of Thatcherism only just beginning. It asks questions about equality, feminism, wealth and family that are as pressing now as they were back then.