Strong performances are captured with Thornton's crisp cinematography in charming and simple snapshots of Australia. THE GUARDIAN (AUSTRALIA)
Ghost stories abound in Australia’s Indigenous culture, and The Darkside invites you fireside to hear these haunting perspectives on the afterlife. Director Warwick Thornton (Samson & Delilah) has assembled a collection of touching and absurd ghost tales from across the country, and by harnessing the story telling talents of some of Australia’s most cherished actors (including Aaron Pedersen, Deborah Mailman and Claudia Karvan), presents a mesmerising showcase of life-defining moments, that speak of family and how we cope with change.
Somerville: 24 Feb–2 March, 8pm, doors open 6pm
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Mon 24 Feb, 8pm
Tue 25 Feb, 8pm
Wed 26 Feb, 8pm
Thur 27 Feb, 8pm
Fri 28 Feb, 8pm
Sat 1 March, 8pm
Sun 2 March, 8pm
|FT Students (U30)||$12|
|Standard 12 Ticket Pack||$169.90|
|Friends 12 Ticket Pack||$159.90|
|6 Ticket Pack||$88.20|
|Lotto Players 6 Ticket Pack||$85.20|
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