Jane Turner (Kath & Kim) takes centre stage alongside musical theatre favourite Marina Prior and Brenna Harding (Puberty Blues) in this hilarious West End hit – a domestic comedy of frazzled hopes and parental anxiety.
Hitting mid-life isn’t the worst of it for Hilary. Nor is the feeling that life has passed her by, that her marriage is failing, and that her job is going nowhere. Oh no, the worst of it is her 15-year-old daughter Tilly; wayward, precocious and contrary, who insists on grabbing every freedom that passing time has denied her mother.
Jumpy is a funny and frank family drama that takes aim at the contemporary mother-daughter relationship with uncanny precision.
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Comic genius. A midlife crisis you can enjoy.
But if you live with teens, hold on to your seat because it’s a comical but uncomfortable ride.
Facilities for wheelchair access and seating that allows more room for the use of mobility aids are available in all theatres. Please make your requirements known when booking.
The Captioned performance for Jumpy will take place on Saturday 14 March at 4pm.
An FM hearing system is available for all performances in the Sumner, Playhouse and Fairfax Studio at no charge upon presentation of identification to theatre ushers. Audience members receive either a headset or neck loop enabling use of a hearing aid via the T-switch.
For more information, contact Southbank Theatre on 03 8688 0800 or the Arts Centre on 03 9281 8000 (TTY 03 9281 8441).
Vision Australia provides free audio description for people who are vision impaired, for specific performances. Simply call Vision Australia on 02 9334 3533 at least one week prior to your performance to reserve a small audio receiver, which can be collected upon arrival at the theatre. There are also tactile tours of the stage prior to the Saturday matinee audio-described performances
Tactile tours commence one hour before the designated performance. Guests are given a tour of the stage and invited to touch the sets, costumes and props while the Stage Manager, and often cast members, describe them.
Audio Described performances: Tuesday 3 March 6.30pm and Saturday 7 March 4pm
Tactile Tour: Saturday 7 March 3pm, for 4pm performance
Arts Access Victoria
Arts Access Victoria is the State’s leading arts and disability organisation. They are focused on building the capacity of the arts, disability, community and education sectors to increase the participation of people with a disability in arts and culture.
You can contact Arts Access directly on Voice: 9699 8299 or TTY: 9699 7636, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Companion Cards are issued to people with a significant, permanent disability, who can demonstrate that they are unable to access most community activities and venues without attendant care support. MTC offers Companion Card holders a free ticket for their companion to attend the performance and assist with their access needs. Learn more about Companion Card bookings.
Contains strong language, adult themes, some nudity, smoke effects, gunshots and the use of herbal cigarettes.
- FM Hearing Systems are available for this production
This production will be audio described on 3 March (6.30pm) and 7 March (4pm, with tactile tour at 3pm) and captioned on 14 March (4pm). To learn more about these performances, email email@example.com