Blue Cow Theatre presents

Amy's Tattoo

By Alison Mann

Ticket sales coming soon

Event Venue

Princess Theatre

Event Dates & Times

  • Fri, Sep 30 2022 7:30pm
  • Sat, Oct 1 2022 1:30pm
  • Sat, Oct 1 2022 7:30pm


Contains strong language and sexual references.

Please refrain from attending this event if you are feeling unwell or are carrying respiratory symptoms.

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Amy's Tattoo

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General Public tickets on sale Wednesday 1 December.

Friends of Theatre North can purchase your ticket now.

Amy’s Tattoo is a gritty tale of attraction, love, friendship and family. It challenges social taboos, questions the paradox of nature and nurture and is unafraid of the space between the dark places.

Amy is a talented local tattoo artist, who’s world is changed by the entrance of John, a teenage champion swimmer conceived using one of her eggs donated anonymously 20 years ago. Alison Mann is a Tasmanian, a rising international playwriting talent and recently, Blue Cow Theatre’s Writer in Residence.

Supported by Blue Cow Theatre, Tasmanian Government and cor comms

Developed in Blue Cow Theatre’s Cowshed program and supported by Blue Cow Theatre’s 300 Club new Tasmanian theatre patron program.


  • $59 - Premium
  • $47 - Full
  • $37 - Concession
  • $42 - Friends Full
  • $32 - Friends Concession

Premium tickets include a glass of champagne on arrival

A Transaction fee of $6 applies to tickets purchased online. This is a per transaction fee, not per ticket fee, and will be applied at the end of your purchase.

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Creative Team

  • Playwright - Alison Mann
  • Dramaturg - Peter Matheson