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A comedy of people who try and fail, try again, and fail better.

Four people on a boat. There’s Simon, an unemployed dreamer with dodgy hearing. Michael, with his grey suit, grey sandwiches and grey life, and his wife Ginny, frustrated and craving excitement. And there’s Claude. Claude. Think of the loudest, most annoying person you know, and triple it. That’s Claude.
And they are all stuck together on a boat, looking for an island that may or may not exist.

Simon’s Final Sound is an adult comedy by the prolific and
multi-award winning Australian playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer.

WRITER Finegan Kruckemeyer
DIRECTOR Robert Jarman
CAST Guy Hooper, Mel King, John Xintavelonis and Andrew Casey

LIGHTING DESIGNER Matthew Andrewartha
PRODUCER Blue Cow Theatre
A Tasmania Performs tour


Thursday 28 – Saturday 30 ~ Moonah Arts Centre


Thursday 21 July ~ Burnie Arts and Function Centre, Burnie
Thursday 11 – Saturday 13 August ~ The Q – Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre, Queanbeyan
Wednesday 17 August ~ Horsham Town Hall, Horsham
Friday 19 August ~ Wyndham Cultural Centre, Wyndham
Monday 22 August ~ Portland Arts Centre, Portland
Wednesday 24 August ~ Hamilton Performing Arts Centre, Hamilton
Friday 26 August ~ Riverlinks Venue, Shepparton
Tuesday 30 August ~ The Potato Shed, Drysdale
Thursday 1 September ~ Colac Otway Performing Arts and Cultural Centre, Colac
Saturday 3 September ~ Forge Theatre & Arts Hub, Bairnsdale
Tuesday 6 September ~ Tyers Hall, Traralgon
Friday 9  & Saturday 10 September ~ West Gipsland Arts Centre, Warragul
Tuesday 13 September ~ Frankston Arts Centre, Frankston
Friday 16 September ~ Mildura Arts Centre, Mildura

2 hours 20 minutes (including one interval)

“Some of the most riotously comic moments you are likely to experience in the theatre. … This is a finely produced and acted adult comedy with deliciously outrageous moments.”  – THE MERCURY

“Brilliantly crafted moments of perfect comedy have left my ribs aching.” – Ryk Goddard, ABC Radio