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A funny and tender play about a family in crisis

Harbour Theatre continues its successful 2019 season with The Kitchen Sink, by celebrated British playwright Tom Wells.

Upon its premiere at the Bush Theatre in London in 2011, The Kitchen Sink was met with critical and commercial success. Wells was also the recipient of the Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards and the George Devine Award.

The Kitchen Sink is an irresistibly funny and tender play about a family in crisis.

A story of the ups and downs of everyday life, this hilarious and touching comedy invites you into Martin and Kath's home in Withernsea, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, where things aren't going to plan!

Pieces are falling off Martin's milk float as quickly as he's losing customers, and something's up with Kath's kitchen sink.

Billy is pinning his hopes of a place at art college on a revealing portrait of Dolly Parton, whilst Sophie's dreams of becoming a ju-jitsu teacher might be disappearing down the plug hole.

Surely something has to give - but will it be Kath or the kitchen sink?

The Kitchen Sink is an earthy, heart-warming and laugh out loud production about big dreams and small changes, which was declared as "Outstanding…" by the Evening Standard and "One of the best new plays …" by The Telegraph.

Harbour Theatre is proud to stage The Kitchen Sink at Mosman Park Memorial Hall (Camelot Theatre) for a strictly limited season from May 24.

The talented cast includes Solonje Burns, Jarrod Buttery, Liam Crevola, Ann Speicher and Alec Suderer and the production is directed by Grace Hitchin.

Tickets are now on sale; choose from the following session times:

Evening @ 7:30pm

May 24, 25, 27, 29, 30, 31 & June 1


Matinees @ 2pm

May 26 & June 2


Bookings can be made by calling 08 9255 3336 or online at or

Tickets are priced as follows: $25.50 Full, $23.50 Concession and $20.50 Full-time Student/Child under 15 years.

For more information on the production and to purchase tickets, please visit

*Please note - this play contains adult themes and some strong language.

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When: May 24, 25, 27, 29, 30, 31 June 1 @ 7.30pm Matinees May 26 and June 2 @ 2.00pm
Where: Harbour Theatre, Mosman Park Memorial Hall, 16 Lochee Street, MOSMAN PARK WA 6012
Cost: $25.50/$23.50/$20.50
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