Consent hits the Australian Stage at Seymour Centre

After a sell-out success at London’s National Theatre and a smash-hit West End run, Nina Raine’s acclaimed play, Consent, makes its Australian premiere.

It’s about two Barrister mates, Ed and Tim, and their opposing briefs in a rape case. This intricately constructed play pings the questions of sexual and personal consent. On the Seymour Centre stage, it kicks off on Thursday 1st June and plays till the 24th June. Consent director, Craig Baldwin chats with Danny Chifley on 2ser Breakfast.

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