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Videotape by Saro Lusty-Cavallari

Where: Kings Cross Theatre - KXT, Level 2, Kings Cross Hotel, 244–248 William St, Kings Cross, New South Wales

Restrictions: 15+

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  • Preview: $30.00
  • Adult: $42.00
  • Concession: $35.00
  • 20 for 20s (Thursdays only, Under 30s tickets): $20.00
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Daniel and Juliette really are a beautiful young couple. Everyone knows it. They have a gorgeous apartment together and as the world settles in for lockdown there aren't two people more prepared to bunker down with each other.

Yet when videotapes start appearing that have somehow recorded every private moment they’d rather not show the world, cracks start to show. Are the golden couple really ready to get to the bottom of who or what is sending them these tapes? After all, what could they possibly have to hide?

Drawing from David Lynch’s Lost Highway, Hideo Nakata's Ring and Michael Haneke’s Hidden, Videotape is a surreal new thriller that points the camcorder at the lies and complicities that props up our every day lives.

Content Warning: This production contains sex scenes, scenes of domestic violence and graphic violence.

Written & Directed by Saro Lusty-Cavallari
Produced by Imogen Gardam
Production Design by Grace Deacon
Lighting Design by Sophie Pekbilimli
Dramaturgy by Christian Byers
Stage Manager Claire Ferguson
With Laura Djanegara, Jake Fryer-Hornsby and Lucinda Howes