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EU Theatre presents


Venue Lennox Theatre
Dates 08 September - 11 September 2016

Join us for this thrilling Korean murder mystery!

In 1889, during the last period of the Kingdom of the Joseon, the Australian missionary, Mary and six other women come to town. Upon arriving at the house they are staying, they discover a dead body in a rice box. The women join forces to try and work out who the murderer is. Featuring suspicious characters, the women seek the help of a detective to try to get bottom of the case.

Full of irony and twists of fate, this gripping play will have you captivated and on the edge of your seat from start to finish!

This production will be performed in Korean.

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Dates & Times:
Thursday 8 September 7:30pm
Friday 9 September 7:30pm
Saturday 10 September 7:30pm
Sunday 11 September 7:30pm

EU Theatre is one of the leading forces for performing plays in Korean society of Australia.

Established in 2010, EU Theatre is recognised as the foremost performing arts in play, with fine achievements and acknowledgements from the Korean community of Sydney.

EU Theatre is proud of its rich history in offering a variety of cultural events to serve Korean-Australian audience, with numerous top-quality performers. EU Theatre continues its efforts to fulfill its vision for the future generation, by expanding its activities to a variety creative of performances.

Moreover, EU Theatre will continue to further expand its education in nurturing new works, young artists and creating unparalleled quality of cultural plays.

EU Theatre consists of qualified professionals in the fields of performing arts. Pursing a wide variety of performing arts, these professionals are specialist in dance, acting, and plays.

With achievement as a top performer in the fields of plays, EU Theatre continues to make commitment toward serving not only the people in Korean society of Australia, but also Australian audiences through a great performance play.

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Approximately 1 hour 30 minutes (No interval)

Ticket Prices

Adult $35
Concession $25
Group 4+ $25

Transaction fees apply

Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $4.00