$5.40 – $15.00
November 1975: the dismissal of the Whitlam government has rocked the nation. Liberal voters feel vindicated and Gough supporters, they're in kill mode.
Still reeling from his beloved Gough's downfall, Ron Cheney is in for a very bad night: his wife Isobel is on the verge of a major dummy spit, his only son is about to come out, and the new neighbours he invites to supper are fervent Fraser supporters.
Anna Lall's bitter-sweet comedy evokes a battle zone where two men joke and argue their way through their political grievances while two marriages are held up to intense scrutiny. A night both couples will never forget.
"Ron and Isobel is a must-see for lovers of politics, domestic disputes and arguments between neighbours." - Theatre Press
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