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Children of the Wolf

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This chilling, unusual play takes as its influence from the myth of Romulus and Remus.
Twins Robin and Linda were given up for adoption shortly after birth by their mother Helena. Years later, on their 21st birthday, they lure Helena to a derelict building on the pretext that she will be meeting her lover, Michael. The reality is rather different.

**Please be advised that this play contains adult themes as well as sexual and graphic violence. STAG advises that this production is not suitable for children under 16.

This offer is a two for the price of one. Normal double pass is $40. This offer is a double pass for $20. Must be purchased as a double.

Shows (Gold & Bronze Membership)
15/08/2019 8.00pm until 15/08/2019 10.00pm | Price $10.00 ea. | Book Tickets
16/08/2019 8.00pm until 16/08/2019 10.00pm | Price $10.00 ea. | Book Tickets
17/08/2019 8.00pm until 17/08/2019 10.00pm | Price $10.00 ea. | Book Tickets
18/08/2019 2.00pm until 18/08/2019 4.00pm | Price $10.00 ea. | Book Tickets

STAG
STAG
Corner of Loeman and Napier Sts
Strathmore, Victoria
3021
Australia

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