Sea Wall by Simon Stephens - A photo of a person standing in the ocean. The sky is cloudy and overcast.

Sea Wall by Simon Stephens

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Performance
South Australia

A breathtaking modern tragedy. Alex loves his wife, his daughter and his job. Life seems almost too good to be true. But when you least expect it, life can crash into you and everything you thought dependable can be washed away in an instant. 

Originally written for Andrew Scott (TV series Flea Bag/Sherlock) in 2008, Sea Wall has been performed across the globe and become a critical sensation – most recently on Broadway starring Hollywood sensation Jake Gyllenhaal.  

This production of Sea Wall directed by David Mealor with Renato Musolino as Alex was originally presented in 2018 when it received fantastic reviews. It was nominated for numerous awards, winning the Adelaide Critic’s Circle Award for Outstanding Achievement by an Individual and Adelaide Theatre Guide Award for Best Actor.

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Mask wearing is mandatory for patrons aged 12 and over at ALL performances.

Patrons should arrive 10-15 minutes before the performance. The foyer will not open until 30 minutes before the show.

Foyer bars are closed.

Seating is general admission.

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Presented by: Flying Penguin Productions

Flying Penguin Productions (FFP) is a leading SA independent theatre company dedicated to producing unforgettable theatre experiences that provoke and amaze. Experiences underpinned by acting of the highest order.

The company was formed in 2005 by Artistic Director David Mealor to forge new opportunities for SA’s top actors and to create projects offering exceptional development opportunities for creative teams who work with the company. Its debut presentation "Translations" by Brian Friel was nominated for several awards and invited to tour to Melbourne’s Malthouse Theatre.

In the 15 years since, FFP has presented a further eight productions including Harold Pinter’s 'The Birthday Party', 'True West' by Sam Shepard and 'The Dark Room' by Angela Betzien – all winning Awards.

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