World Premiere

Rebekah hasn’t left her room, except for a quick Aldi run, in six days.

In an effort to stave off a life of social isolation, she writes a policy to improve the world and joins a political party. Still fettered with anxiety, and unable to participate in the present, she projects herself into an imagined future—a visionary contemporary Australia that is undivided and harmonious.

Outrageously cutting and comedic, Book Club for Reclusive Dance Hall Queens melds together stand-up comedy, traditional modes of Caribbean storytelling and poetry, all underscored by a thumping original queer dance hall soundtrack.

Cast & Creatives

Created and performed by Rebekah Robertson
Outside Eye Adrianne Daff, Fleur Kilpatrick

Performance Times

Friday 26 April 8.30pm
Saturday 27 April 8.30pm


Subscription Add On

Full, Concession $30
Young People (Under 26) $25

Single Tickets

Full $42
Concession $30
Young People (Under 26) $25
Family (2 Adults, 2 Children)* $120

*Price available for Soul Trading only

Single Tickets on sale from Monday 2 December (Family Values from Monday 4 November).
Transaction fees of $4 for online bookings and $6 for phone bookings apply.

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Blog Posts

5 Questions with Rebekah Robertson


Rebekah Robertson is the Writer and Performer of Book Club for Reclusive Dance Hall Queens, which is enjoying its World Premiere on the opening weekend of Batch Festival! Rebekah talked all things Book Club ahead of the show’s opening at the Stables....

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