The five heroes of our play stand triumphantly in pose, oblivious that there is a mushroom cloud erupting behind them
Two characters in situ - the super-spy in a tuxedo holding a pistol, and the radio operator wearing a pair of headphones
Three characters in situ- first Charles, the boss, holding a telephone. Then Margaret, the secretary, holding a clipboard. Then the Admiral, holding a pistol

Station J - An MI6 Comedy

Kingston, Jamaica; 1962. For Charles, Terrance, and Margaret - the humble public servants of Station J, a communication outpost of the British Secret Service - the new day brings a familiar routine: petty office politics, filing, and vast quantities of tea (milk, three sugars). But when a legendary Double-O agent bursts through their door, bearing tidings of dastardly deceptions and pernicious plots, the staff of Station J suddenly find themselves thrust centre-stage in the climax of a super-spy thriller. With the clock ticking inexorably down to doomsday, it’s up to Station J’s trio of would-be secret agents to untangle a web of international intrigue, engage in a game of high-stakes espionage… and save the ruddy world!

★★★★1/2 "Exciting, intriguing, and hysterical" Lilithia Reviews

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Comedy
Victoria • SA Premiere

Tue, 05 Mar - Sun, 10 Mar

60 min

The Arch at Holden Street Theatres

$24 to $30

M (4 Warnings)

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