Theatre North presents

The Visitors

Moogahlin Performing Arts & Sydney Theatre Company Production

Event Venue

Princess Theatre, Launceston

Event Dates & Times

Running Time

75 minutes


  • Full (Friends) - $59.00
  • Concession (Friends) - $52.00
  • Full - $64.00
  • Concession - $59.00
  • Group of 6 - $59.00 each
  • Full-time student - $34.00
  • Child (Under 16 years) - $34.00

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Infrequent coarse language

Themes of racial violence and intergenerational trauma

All tickets on Print Delay have now been emailed to patrons for this event.
Patrons can also collect tickets from the Princess Theatre Box Office.

School group pricing is available for the general public performances of this show:
Tuesday 30 July 7:30 pm

Contact the Ticketing Services Manager for booking enquiries and details.

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Theatre North presents

The Visitors

Moogahlin Performing Arts & Sydney Theatre Company Production

Visitors leave. Right?

by Jane Harrison
directed by Wesley Enoch

On a sweltering day in January 1788, seven clan leaders gather on a sandstone escarpment overlooking the harbour. The attendees, six of them Elders and one new initiate, catch-up, laugh together, share a meal and comparenotes. But beyond the friendly banter, protocols, and hospitality, a momentousdecision is waiting to be made.

A mysterious fleet of giant nawi is amassing in the harbour and as they creep closer, these seven representatives must choose unanimously: whether to send these strangers on their way or welcome them?

After its Sydney Theatre Award-winning premiere production at the 2020 Sydney Festival, Muruwari playwright Jane Harrison’s The Visitors is a brand new production directed by one of Australia’s most celebrated directors, Quandamooka man Wesley Enoch.

Co-produced by Moogahlin Performing Arts and Sydney Theatre Company, The Visitors is at once a riveting, deeply researched insight into one of the most impactful and painful days in Australia’s history, and a hugely entertaining study of how communities respond to change and the unknown.

★★★★★ “a powerful and contemplative performance that challenges the mind and moves the heart”
★★★★★ “An outstanding cast”
★★★★ “powerful, authentic First Nations storytelling”

Image by Rob Hooker

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creative credits

  • Playwright - Jane Harrison
  • Director - Wesley Enoch
  • Associate Director - Liza-Mare Syron
  • Cultural Liaison - Aunty Yvonne Simms
  • Set & Costume Design - Elizabeth Gadsby
  • Associate Designer - Shana O’Brien
  • Lighting Designer - Karen Norris
  • Composer & Sound Design - Brendon Boney
  • Associate Sound Designer - Amy Flannery
  • Senior Dharug & Dharawal Language Teacher - Corina Norman
  • Dharug & Dharawal Language Teacher - Jordan Ryan-Hennessey
  • Voice Coach - Charmian Gradwel
  • Videographer - Stephen Wilson-Barker
  • Fight Director - Nigel Poulton

show info

Access Seating:
Please contact the Box Office by email or call 6331 0052 to discuss seating options. Information on venue and performance accessibility is available here.

Processing Fee Info:
A processing fee of $6 applies to tickets purchased online.
This is a per transaction fee, not per ticket fee, which will be applied at checkout.