Overview

On an empty stage, a house is conjured from nothing. You watch it fill room by room as generations of inhabitants move in, grow up, get old, argue, do laundry, fall in love, work and party.

HOME combines illusion, live music, home-spun engineering, and an inventive use of audience interaction. It turns into a house party of the greatest proportion.

From solitude to riotous party, these walls contain the stuff of life, telling the story of a house, and asking what it means to create a home.

Witty and wise, hearty and hilarious, lively and life-affirming, HOME is thrillingly immediate and full of wonder.


POST SHOW Q&A

A post show Q&A will follow the 7:30pm performance on Thursday, 13 September.


  • LOCKOUT PERIOD

    A lockout period applies for first 15 mins

  • Please note:

    As in life, actors taking showers in HOME will be naked. This performance contains the use of herbal cigarettes and haze. Suitable for audience 10+ years.

  • The Safest Way to Buy!

    QTIX is the official ticketing service for QPAC and Home. Selected packages are sold through authorised resellers only. Any tickets purchased through unauthorised sales channels may be seized or cancelled without refund or exchange and the bearer of the ticket may be denied admission. Unauthorised sales channels include Viagogo, eBay and Gumtree. Read more about purchasing tickets online.

Presented by Brisbane Festival


Pricing Guide

Admission Premium Adult $69 Youth^^ $47 A-Reserve Adult $65 Concession^ $57 Youth^^ $47 B-Reserve Adult $57 Concession^ $52 Youth^^ $47
Groups i Admission A-Reserve $57 B-Reserve $47
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^Concession: Full-time students, pension and senior card holders

^^30 years of age and under at the time of booking

A transaction fee of $7.20 applies per transaction. Selected ticket delivery methods may incur an additional charge. The minimum price listed may be available for selected performances only. Please see the event calendar when booking for the available date(s) and time(s) of this performance.


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