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The Boy Who Talked to Dogs

Where: Thomas Edmonds Opera Studio, Wayville, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $59.00
  • Senior: $47.00
  • Under 30: $30.00
  • Children: $25.00
  • Buy Tickets – 8415 5333
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Young Martin is a misfit. Bullied at school and misunderstood at home, his only comfort comes from sneaking off to the family coal shed to bond with his German Shepherds, Major and Rex.

When things reach breaking point, the 13-year-old runs away from his home in Limerick, Ireland, and finds himself taken in by a new family – a pack of stray dogs. As they dodge trains, steal meals and fight for survival, Martin finds himself on the road he was always meant to take.

Based on the best-selling memoir, this rough-and-tumble tale, starring acclaimed Irish actor Bryan Burroughs, fuses shadow puppetry, swinging Irish music and stunning physical performance to bring Byron Bay ‘Dog Man’ Martin McKenna’s epic true story to the stage for the first time.

Beautifully adapted by Irish playwright Amy Conroy, The Boy Who Talked To Dogs is a magical and mischievous tale of transformation, redemption, and what happens when the underdog finds his pack.

Presented by State Theatre Company South Australia and Slingsby Theatre Company for Adelaide Festival.

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