Home Thoughts - A photograph of the Adelaide CBD looking North from above Victoria Square. We look straight down King William Street towards the horizon

Home Thoughts

Theatre and Physical Theatre • New Writing
South Australia • World Premiere

Clara has returned to Adelaide. Sarah never left. When these sisters find themselves torn between remaining in the past and an uncertain future, they need to seriously question what “Home” means to them. An original play from James Watson (‘Triumph of Man’, ‘Empty Vanity’) filled with tough decisions, millennial anguish, and fruchocs.


Presented by: Famous Last Words

Famous Last Words is a new South Australian company established by James Watson

Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts

  • What does 'Home' really mean? This play is a fine example of the exciting young talent that is emerging in Adelaide's thriving arts scene. - Julia Wakefield, Weekend Notes

  • As South Aussie as Villi’s pies, Cooper’s Ale and FruChocs, this knockout new play explores the complexities of where is home - Craig Cook, The Advertiser

  • Anyone who has spent a portion of their 20s in Adelaide is immediately able place themselves in the scenes of 'Home Thoughts'. - Michelle Wakim, InReview

  • It’s successful in asking the questions about our origins, and why we think we can’t find what we need there. - Mark Wickett, Stage Whispers

  • Strong performances from the two main characters who exhibit authentic, genuine compassion for each other. Really quite touching. - Michael Coghlan, Clothesline