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    The Last Supper

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    Cipta Theatre Company is excited to present our semester one production for 2024: The Last Supper by Elizabeth Browne!


    T-minus 2 hours until the end of the world…

    Fire ravages the forests; unemployment rates and the cost of living soar; the air is becoming unbreathable. The world is - seemingly - beyond hope. 

    Amidst all this, the country has voted in a referendum to destroy itself via nuclear bomb. As Judy’s family share one last meal before ‘The End’, the world as they know it unravels with the ticking clock. Who deserves to live? Who deserves to die? 

    Time is running out…supper is about to be served.


    Viewers should be advised this performance contains loud noises, mild coarse language, raised voices, fake blood, banging, table slamming, depictions of violence and weapon use, graphic depictions of death on stage, and depictions of consumption of alcohol. 


    Thu 18 April 7.30-9.30pm 

    Fri 19 April 7.30-9.30pm (Auslan Interpretation)

    Sat 20 April 1.30-3.30pm (Relaxed Performance)

    Sat 20 April 7.30-9.30pm


    Run time: approx 90min + 20min interval


    Companion tickets are only applicable to people in a caretaker role accompanying a person with disability to the show. You must be able to provide a valid companion card in order to be admitted into the show. 

    Wheelchair access and seating

    Hearing assist system, infrared pendants are available and may be collected from Box Office prior to performance

    Elevators, escalators and staircases allow for various access paths to Level 2 theatres

    There are accessible toilets available in the Arts & Cultural Building on all levels

    All performances will be captioned


    Guild Theatre*, University of Melbourne Arts & Cultural Building, 761 Swanston St, Parkville VIC 3010

    *This is the NEW Guild Theatre which is in the new Arts & Cultural Building in a different area of Melbourne University to the Guilds' historical location in Union House.


    Cipta Theatre Company would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians where this show is being performed, the Wurundjeri Woi-worung peoples of the Kulin Nation. We pay respects to elders, past and present, as well as any Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders here with us today. We
    acknowledge that this is stolen land, sovereignty has never been ceded. We would also like to encourage those who would like to do more to look into organisations such as Pay The Rent. This always was and always will be Aboriginal land.

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