Henrik Ibsen’s brutal portrayal of womanhood caused outrage when it was first performed in 1879. This bold new version reframes the drama in three different time periods. The fight for women’s suffrage, the Swinging Sixties, and the modern day intertwine in this urgent, poetic play that asks, ‘how far have we really come in the past hundred years?’

Event Access

Union Theatre is wheelchair accessible. There is a wheelchair lifter in the Union Theatre, and our Front of House Supervisor at the event will be able to assist you with the lifter.

The performance on Friday 29 April 7:30pm will be Audio Described by Vision Australia. Please select an Audio Description ticket when booking online or call (03) 8344 6975

The performance on Saturday 30 April 2:30pm will be a Relaxed Performance

We accept the Companion Card. Please email uht@union.unimelb.edu.au when you purchase your ticket and a second ticket will be issued for your companion at no charge.

Contact: uht@union.unimelb.edu.au | 8344 6975

Venue Access

Accessible Toilets
There are accessible toilets available in Union House – one on the ground floor (between the Union Theatre and UMSU Info Desk), and one on Level 1 opposite the lifts.

Drop-offs and Accessible Parking
You can drop off audience members and performers via Tin Alley, Gate 1 on Swanston Street. Drive down Tin Alley and Union House is halfway down on the left.

There are four accessible parking space available outside Union House.

We recommend that you plan to make a drop off in case both accessible parks are in use. If you park in an accessible park you need to purchase a ticket from the machine and display that alongside your disabled parking permit.

Event type

Other accessible and inclusive event

Find out more

For bookings and information on specific access and transport.

Erin Adams
Administration and Development Officer


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