ELEVEN ELEVEN


Eleven Eleven explores three focal November the Elevenths in Australia's history—Ned Kelly's execution in 1880, the signing of the Armistice in 1918 and Gough Whitlam's dismissal in 1975.

Now, more than three decades on from the original production of Eleven Eleven the republican debate still waxes and wanes...

This version of the script has been shortened from the original three acts to two.

"It's fun; a thoroughly happy-go-lucky farce."—The Daily Telegraph

"This must be one of the funniest and most original plays seen on Sydney stage for some time, so long as farcical iconoclasm and humorous use of four-letter words doesn’t bother you."—North Shore Times

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