Theatre and Physical Theatre • Music
A party celebrates Johannes Brahms’ Violin Concerto’s first performance. His friends are all there – loyal Herzogenberg, embittered Clara Schumann, waspish critic Hanslick. The evening unfolds in a series of passionate recriminations and farcical misunderstandings until its moving climax.
Laughing through our tears we ask – what is the cost of art? Presented at the Bakehouse Theatre for Adelaide Fringe 2019.

★★★★★ “A superb evening of theatre” Broadway World
★★★★★ “Exceptional” Glam Adelaide
★★★★ “A theatrical pearl” Limelight Magazine
★★★★ “Brilliant performances” Adelaide Advertiser

Performed by an award-winning cast including Nicholas Collett (RSC, West End), Neil Salvage (RNT, Old Vic) and Ahram Min as The Violinist – directed by Amy Bonsall, designed by Maddy Sinclair.

Presented by: Oyster Creatives and Cabana Productions